‘I’ve been waiting for you to gtfo my section’: Server shares how you’ll know when a server has been waiting for you to leave the restaurant
"'Whenever you’re ready no rush.'"
On Jan 3, 2023 by Lauren Castro
I’m a queer adult content creator ditching Patreon for good
Patreon is purging NSFW content. It's time to look for alternatives.
On Jun 28, 2019 by Ana Valens
Lyft’s in-app pronoun choices are rainbow capitalism at its worst
Many feel that it’s just another company trying to make money off queer folks.
On Jun 4, 2019 by Alex Dalbey
Stop shaming parents for giving their kids screen time
Sometimes 'Baby Shark' is less about the kids, and more about a three-minute parental breather.
On Apr 26, 2019 by Josh Katzowitz
I worked with the migrant caravan—and Trump is the cause of his national emergency
This is a humanitarian crisis of Trump's own making.
On Feb 19, 2019 by Prince Shakur
If there were no cis people in the world for 24 hours, here’s what I would do
Everyday life is difficult for trans women. I should know.
On Feb 4, 2019 by Ana Valens
How I learned about my Indian culture through YouTube cooking tutorials
Food connected me back to my roots—and my mother.
On Dec 21, 2018 by Akanksha Singh
The beauty in the in-between: Reclaiming my multi-dimensional identities
Because I'm 'passing,' my identities are at times privileged and at times oppressed.
On Dec 4, 2018
Tumblr gave me a safe space to come to terms with my asexuality
Scrolling through gray ace blogs, I suddenly felt less alone.
On Oct 25, 2018 by Victoria Collins
I am proof that anti-trans messaging can have real, disturbing consequences
Even if Trump's proposals don't happen, the damage has already been done.
On Oct 23, 2018 by Alex Dalbey
How a Facebook group helped me heal from religious trauma
I am Black, nonbinary, and queer—and the Jehovah's Witness community didn't want me.
On Oct 19, 2018 by Jonathan P. Higgins, Ed.D
‘Ear parties,’ luxury piercing, and the mothers yearning for control
When life feels chaotic, why not get your tragus pierced.
On Aug 31, 2018 by Jessica Wright Weinstock
Black church leaders betrayed the community long before they cozied up to Trump
We have come a long way from the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.
On Aug 9, 2018 by Tiffanie Drayton