Interviewer @pridematters1 Hello, Thanks for doing this interview with me. First of all, could you tell me a little about yourself and how you identify yourself – sexually and otherwise. Hello! My name is Kristopher and I am a 35 year old man from the state of Maine in northeast USA. I identify as a… Continue reading Interview with Kristopher, a bisexual male.
By @oddsocks2017 So, what is the importance of a label? A word? Why must we define ourselves, our lives, our sexual identities and behaviours? These are questions that many of us within the beautiful and diverse LGBTQ+ family have pondered, no doubt. What exactly is in a name? Of course, the answers to these questions… Continue reading What’s in a label?
By @patagoniabook Patagonia is at the bottom of the world. This land is shared by both Chile and Argentina, but was once ruled by the Mapuches, Selknam, and other various native groups. The “che” in Mapuche means person not Che Guevara, and the name Selknam means, “we are all equal.” Today, everyone in Patagonia is… Continue reading Walking in Patagonia.
We’ve been speaking to a producer who is working on an exciting new documentary series which will follow a number of transgender people as they transition over the course of 2-5 years. They are hoping to speak to people who are in the early stages of their transition. If you’re interested finding out a bit… Continue reading Take part in a Television series highlighting transitioning!
Interviewer @pridematters1 Hi thanks for doing this interview with me. Could you first tell me how you identify yourself? I’m more than happy to do it! Hello, I’m Roxy! I am an Aquarius, which I don’t get as I’m terrible at swimming! My Gender Is MTF Transgender, and I’m on my long laborious road to… Continue reading Interview with Roxy Clarke from the Roxy Report.
By @amyann2100 Everyone in the lgbtqia+ community knows that sometimes people think they can tell your sexuality or gender by how we look. This is not the case, but it doesn’t stop people from trying anyway. What does it mean to be told you don’t look lgbtqia+? It means you don’t look like the stereotypes… Continue reading Stereotyping and the LGBT community.
47 Asexual Stories, Love, Life and Sex,ACElebration of Asexual Diversity! Whilst all asexuals have one thing in common – the lack of sexual attraction towards a specific person, they are all different in their likes, needs, wants and dislikes. This can make fitting into the asexual spectrum and finding a suitable relationship difficult.Right now, there… Continue reading Asexual Perspectives