“But they don’t look like that,” they say. And isn’t that sentence ironic. They… Unfortunately, there are people out there who refuse to accept preferred pronouns. They conjure up biological arguments so they can conserve their right to ignore change. Because they feel it is right to adhere to genitals when referring to boys and girls. But aren’t we more than just genitals? Of course, … Continue reading It’s Silly To Refuse Preferred Pronouns
Warning: contains distressing content The pink triangle represents the agonizing struggle for freedom during a time of unfathomable evil. Also known as the Holocaust. Indeed, antisemitism has become so synonymous with the concentration camps of Nazi Germany that we forget the other outcasts who stood (and died) alongside them. The gypsies, the political prisoners, the immigrants, the Mormons, the anti-socials… They each had their own … Continue reading What Is The Pink Triangle?
Simply navigating a closed relationship is hard enough, but sometimes you gotta shake things up to make it work. Jack and Peter* are totally in love with each other, but that doesn’t stop them sleeping around with other guys. And they’ve been doing it for most of their relationship. “Early in our relationship we went on an overseas holiday together but had slightly different itineraries,” … Continue reading Promiscuous Love: Mastering Open Relationships
I’m quite lucky that I’ve never cared about what people think of me. Even at a young age. If someone has a problem with me, that’s their problem, not mine. And thanks to this, I’ve allowed myself to fool around with both men and women. Gotta try before you buy, right? Following all this experimentation I’ve come to the reasonable conclusion that men are more … Continue reading Gays Can Have Straight Sex, But They Can’t “Cure” Their Sexuality