This isn’t strictly queer-related, but hey, we’ve all go to deal with living in a queerphobic world, so who wouldn’t want some comfort food? When I’m down, I like to bake. Making something makes me happy, an having something delicious to eat makes me happy. I’ve made brownies, cookies, fudge, seven-layer bars…nothing cheers me up […]
Vigs (preferred pronouns ve/ver/vis) is a 22-year-old androgyne living in Maryland with vis girlfriend and her wife. Ve identifies as pansexual, polyamorous, genderqueer, trans, atheist, feminist, kinky, and nerdy, among other things. Ve writes a weekly column called GenderKnotty and a serial queer science fiction story called TransPlanetary at [url="http://therainbowhub.com"]The Rainbow Hub[/url].
When you’re trans and you’re just figuring out what to do about it, it’s sometimes hard to believe that anything will ever actually change for the better. If you suffer from physical
Like many people, I work in a job where I’m interacting directly with customers. Part of what that means is that I have to put up with things I otherwise wouldn’t. I don’t think my e
A lot of people talk about “coming out” as one single event, something that you do once and then are done with. But strangers and acquaintances aren’t going to know that you’re queer just because you told your friends and family. I always struggle with this, especially when I’m talking to a casual acquaintance. When […]
Hello, everyone! I’m new here. I hope to put up a better introductory post soon, but until then, hi! I’m Vigs. Since today is Independence Day here in the US, I thought it’d be a good time to ta