Writing by Caitlyn Grant // Photograph by Karolina Jackowska // Edited by Sarah Rowe // So let’s kill this taboo, because I’ve spent the last six years of my life in pain: isolated, feeling like this condition was specific to me and therefore not seeking help.Read More
Writing by Chloe Sewell // Illustration by Helena Ravenne // I remember the main universal Christian teaching, which is embedded across all Bible stories; across all Christian denominations; and it is the basis of all other monotheistic religions too: God loves everyone equally.Read More
Writing by Savannah Mullings-Johnson // Photograph by Karen Davis // Most importantly, women are more susceptible to contracting STDs than men. They are also less likely to show symptoms than men which puts them at further risk.Read More
Writing by Irene Shrader // Photograph by Anais Nannini // My first time wasn’t scary to me anymore by the time it happened. It was consensual, relaxing, and the chemistry was delightful. I did it with someone I love, but nothing about that specifically changed me as a person.Read More
Writing by Anonymous // Photograph by Dorine Damofli // For two years, I had not stopped to look at myself and question what I wanted, what was best for me, or what I was comfortable with, which inspired my decision for 2018: no sex at all.
Writing by Liza Cole // Photograph by Aleksandra Wiktoria // A lot of preparation and knowledge goes into have safe, consensual, responsible sex, but it’s 100% worth it. If you build these habits young, you’re on track to have a really healthy and pleasurable sex life.Read More
Writing by Toni Stanger // Photograph by Nadia Bautista // Every time I thought about it – which was every second of the day– let’s be honest – it made my heart race and struck me with immense panic. Could I be gay? I didn’t know if it was true. But I knew I didn’t want it to be.Read More
Writing by Sinead Simpkins // Photograph by Chiara Cappetta // My advice for those who are in a similar situation is that you need to be accepting of yourself. You’re the only one that can define what being a bisexual (or gay or straight) means to you.Read More