If asexual people can’t identify as queer, where should they go when they feel broken?
Working through bipolar disorder was not what I expected - but I'm grateful for what I learned.
These are the resources that queer folks rely on each and every day.
I am so, so proud of you for the work that you do, day in and day out, to keep going.
My blog turned one year old and I have SO MANY FEELINGS.
Illustration by Jessica Krcmarik. This might as well be part two, because quite a while back, I wrote a pretty exhaustive list of things that newly-diagnosed folks with bipolar might want to know. This might just be an ongoing series where readers have the privilege of learning from my mistakes, because I’ve made more than [...]
Let's Queer Things Up! is proud to present its very first guest post, written by Melissa Monier. -- Black, White, Transfeminine, Queer. I live in a world where two movements are happening simultaneously. And I am told, as the future of my marriage waits on the line, that I need to be on the “right [...]
Coming out as genderqueer and non-binary was this big, beautiful, scary thing for me. I didn’t know what exactly I was moving towards – I only sensed that I was moving in the right direction. Navigating something as complicated as gender with just my intuition was like running through a corn maze at night. There [...]
From the moment I stepped onto the bus, there was something about me that didn’t sit right with you. You couldn’t put your finger on it, but I knew what it was from the start, from the way that you looked at me. You heard my voice as I greeted the driver. As you eyed [...]
[The image features a metal case, presumably a first aid kit, with the words "SELF CARE" on top.] Holy anxiety, batman. If there's one thing readers want to hear more about, it's my experiences with anxiety -- namely, how I cope with it. It seems like a lot of us are still trying to [...]