If you’ve been following this blog from the start (or maybe you just found it and read posts from the past), you may remember that I wrote a piece listing LGBTQ+ resources. While over the years I’ve shared an abundance … Continue reading On Resources, Pt 2.
To start off the summer right, let’s talk about June. June is pride month. With all the history written on pride (see resources below), I thought I’d take a more visual approach to covering pride, by using photos. I’ll show … Continue reading Take a Look: On Pride
Let’s keep this gender expression thing going, yeah? The definition of masculinity is VERY hard to pin down as one thing, probably because it runs on spectrums of gender identities and expressions, and deals with both appearance and personalities. However, in … Continue reading On Masculinity
Queer identities are complex, filled with intersections and language that not everyone understands. It can be frustrating when someone doesn’t understand something that might be a big part of your identity, which is where the education comes in. Here are … Continue reading IMO: On Queer Misconceptions
When I first came out, I’m pretty sure pretty quickly I had a conversation on the best place to find other queer friend and/or lovers. It can be hard to do, especially if someone isn’t out and proud, in an … Continue reading But Jess I want to meet Queer Folks: On Finding Community
Hey there, remember me? Jess here! Blogging is radical and I miss it so I thought I’d start writing again. I’ve got a lot to say because the past few months have given me a lot to talk about. So … Continue reading I’m Back: On Bicoastal Queerness
Disclaimer: This is not only for parents. It is really just a how to be an ally post, but I wanted to bring in that specific audience because I think it’s really important. I hate telling people want to do … Continue reading On the Parents of Queer People