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Queer Life

As lesbian and bisexual women, we know we come in all shapes and sizes. We embody different habits, quirks, and idiosyncrasies. And because we know there’s no “right” way to live, we’ve learned to accept ourselves for exactly who we are.

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Polyamory comes in all shapes and sizes. Some people treat polyamory like an open relationship with a “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy, while other …

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As queer women, we know the importance of safe spaces – spaces where we can escape the homophobia, misogyny and all-around unpleasantness of the …

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As we’ve talked about before, intersectional feminism is crucial. Intersectional feminism expands the tight boundaries of traditional feminism, which often overlooks the realities of …

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Coming out is hard. Your parents might disown you. Your friends might shun you. Your priest might send you to reparative therapy. And, of …

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Vanessa Newman wrote internationally-acclaimed poetry, started a groundbreaking company, and now runs a dating curation studio – and she’s only 22. How did someone …

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When you think polyamory, what do you picture? Do you think it’s three people in one relationship? Do you think it’s two people cheating …

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When was the last time you went for a hike? Maybe it was last week. Maybe it was last year. Maybe you’ve never been. …

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The Haggadah, which is read during the Jewish holiday Passover, is a guide to performing a ritual called Seder. The Haggadah lays out the …

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Feminism has problems. A lot of problems. One of the biggest problems is that the broader American feminist movement is largely focused on the …

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In an ideal world, queer spaces would be all-inclusive. In an ideal world, queer spaces would welcome people of all colors, nationalities, physical abilities, …