lgbtqia

LGBTQIA issues are fundamentally aligned with feminist ones; gender heteronormativity is dead.

  • Sarah Beattie
    Published 7 days ago
    Top 20 Questions and Comments that I have heard after telling people I was Asexual.

    Top 20 Questions and Comments that I have heard after telling people I was Asexual.

    I loath telling people I am an Asexual or Ace for short because most people do not understand it or ask me really stupid questions or make stupid comments. So in honor of pride month, I have decided to write all the stupid things that people have said to me when I have told them that I am an Ace and my internal responses. My experiences and responses are in no way indicative of all Aces and many of these questions are actually very hurtful and invalidating. So lets begin with my least favorite and the rest are in no particular order.
  • Narleysia Nicolee
    Published 21 days ago
    She was The Reason, I Realized
  • Narleysia Nicolee
    Published 26 days ago
    Feminine Men Are Here To Stay

    Feminine Men Are Here To Stay

    Just to start things off I know you see the title …
  • Billie Gold
    Published 2 months ago
    Lockdown's a Drag
  • Treva Bowdoin
    Published 12 months ago
    Willow Smith and 30 Other Bisexual Female Celebrities

    Willow Smith and 30 Other Bisexual Female Celebrities

    Willow Smith recently came out as bisexual. The 18-year-old daughter of Hollywood power couple Will Smith and Jada Pinkett-Smith joins a growing list of young female celebrities who have opened up about having a non-heterosexual orientation, and she even revealed that her ideal relationship would be a polyfidelotous one with one woman and one man.
  • Skunk Uzeki
    Published about a year ago
    10 Surprising Facts About Vintage LGBTQ Culture

    10 Surprising Facts About Vintage LGBTQ Culture

    It's official, being gay is okay. LGBTQ rights are human rights according to the law, and it's a wonderful thing. We now have the right to marry, be open about our sexuality without worrying about job termination, and we can also adopt.
  • Elouise Oldfield
    Published about a year ago
    The Bi Life: Coming Out as Bisexual

    The Bi Life: Coming Out as Bisexual

    As a young teen I was very shy, that student in the class that would go bright red if her name was called, and the one that always knew what work we needed to do. I was quiet, awkward, and anxious, always had a head full of thoughts, but said barely any of it. That is far from who I am now.
  • Lonely Allie .
    Published about a year ago
    To the Pretty Girls Who Wear Bow Ties

    To the Pretty Girls Who Wear Bow Ties

    Masculinity in women isn’t the same as masculinity in men.
  • Nicola P. Young
    Published 2 years ago
    12 Holiday Gifts That Support LGBTQ Charities

    12 Holiday Gifts That Support LGBTQ Charities

    Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning or queer individuals have made a lot of headway in the fight for equality. Prejudice, on institutional and individual levels, is far from eradicated, and there is plenty of work left to be done. Luckily, LGBTQ charities abound to fight together for a better future for everyone. That's why holiday gifts that support LGBTQ charities are a great way to take advantage of the holiday season, showing your support to the members and allies in your life while supporting the very organizations that are working to improve these lives across the globe. Pride Month, in June, is not the only time we should be talking about and supporting these important movements.
  • Mimi Pegden
    Published 2 years ago
    Victoria’s Secret Is that She’s Transphobic

    Victoria’s Secret Is that She’s Transphobic

    It’s time to stop shopping at Victoria’s Secret.
  • Hannah Rose Pridgeon
    Published 2 years ago
    Life as a Trans Woman

    Life as a Trans Woman

    Everyone fits in somewhere, and it happens that I fit in with people who identify in similar ways to me (as transgender or non-binary for instance). It isn't easy being out as transgender, it can get tough at times with us having fewer rights than many would think in modern day Britain and with the casual and everyday transphobia that is so often experienced by many. To make this post somewhat easier to understand, I'm going to split it up into two parts. The first part will be focusing on the rights that we have currently under UK law and the rights that are yet to be won. Then the second part will focus on everyday transphobia that is experienced by my community.
  • . Valentine .
    Published 2 years ago
    Oh, She's What?

    Oh, She's What?

    Being Pansexual.