My Brother's Husband, a manga by Gengoroh Tagame, immediately pulled me in and never once made me feel like an outsider, as I often do when reading stories with gay male protagonists (reading as a cisgender lesbian). The story, although based on the love between two men, is really meant for everyone to read, regardless … Continue reading Book Review: My Brother’s Husband, by Gengoroh Tagame
Coming out happens in all sorts of ways - it can be one big hoorah type of celebration, it can be incremental over time, or some people don't have one "coming out" moment, and other times, we're outed or forced to come out before we're ready. No matter how you do or don't come out, … Continue reading Happy National Coming Out Day!
Today marks the last day of Bisexual Awareness week! Social media has been ablaze with the pink, purple, blue flag that represents the bisexual community all week. I wanted to do my part to help put an end to bierasure so I wrote an impromptu post! Let’s have a quick discussion on how we can … Continue reading 2018 Bisexuality Awareness Week (9/19 – 9/26)
The ABC’s of LGBT+, by Ashley Mardell Ash Hardell. The ABC’s has never been as easy as one, two, three when it comes to the LGBT+ alphabet. As our language continues to develop and change for the various genders and orientations all across the spectrum, it has become harder and more difficult to keep track … Continue reading Book Review: The ABC’s of LGBT+, by Ash Hardell.
I’m seeing a lot of “if you’re a man who has sex with men, it doesn’t automatically mean you’re gay!” headlines lately in my Facebook feed (in large part, I think, as a response to the 2016 Olympic “reporter” who used Grindr to out athletes). Congrats random article that I’m not bothering to read, you’re … Continue reading It’s Just Clam Jamming!