Gender Invites Comment

Gender invites comments, questions, and suspicion. Gender invites opinion. Gender is individual, yes, but it is also social. Gender has been forced upon me, and gender has been withheld from me. I’ve been free to explore my gender, and at the same time, it has imprisoned me. I have a complicated relationship with gender. IContinue reading “Gender Invites Comment”

The Wild (Mis)Adventures of a Queer Kinkster

Today, I am releasing a brand new zine! Details are below. The Wild (Mis)Adventures of a Queer Kinkster is a zine about kink. Volume One is my not-so-subtle way of coming out. I’ve been writing about kink, largely privately, for years. For the most part, I’ve kept this writing to myself for fear of publicContinue reading “The Wild (Mis)Adventures of a Queer Kinkster”

Queer4Queer

I am Queer4Queer. I’m a queer person. I identify as queer. If you want to get technical about it, I’m bisexual. I am attracted to people of all genders. At this point in my life, I am prioritizing sexual and romantic connections with women and non-binary people. Though I am attracted to them, I haveContinue reading “Queer4Queer”

Everything Will Be All Right

I said goodbye to my home when I was fourteen. As I sat within its walls for the last time, I received a message. The magic of that place spoke up and told my scared and broken heart that everything would be all right. I left my home and have carried its message with meContinue reading “Everything Will Be All Right”

What to Cry Over: A Letter to Myself

Content note: this piece contains discussion of heteronormativity and references to trauma. Sometimes people come into your life when you need them and then leave when you don’t. You might feel like you still need them. Perhaps they created the illusion of need. But you don’t. If they left, it’s because the lesson has beenContinue reading “What to Cry Over: A Letter to Myself”