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Perfume (Part I)

Graphic by Shay Suban   This is the way the story ends: Two girls, curled up together on a bed under black covers, eyes closed against the dim light reflecting off painted black walls. Smudges of pink lipstick kisses glow on a jutting collarbone. The room smells of bubblegum and cigarette smoke. Two girls, legs […]

Dungeon Do’s and Don’ts – A Guide to One’s First Foray Into Public Kink

If you’re looking to get into the world of kink, you’ve come to the right place. The BDSM scene can be overwhelming for those who are just starting out. While in some situations, it can be alright to go in without much prior knowledge, it’s important to understand that events which revolve around BDSM culture […]

Drag Race for Dummies: Episode 4, The View, but Gayer!!!!

Good Morning Bitches! Just kidding. It’s fucking 3PM already. But, on this past week’s episode of RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 9, the queens were tasked with the dreaded Group Acting Challenge, transforming into morning talkshow hosts. The 12 queens were divided into two groups with Aja and Trinity, the winners of last week’s lip sync […]

What You Don’t Know

Graphic by Shay Suban You’re not the girl of my dreams. You’re the girl of my just-before-falling-asleep, the girl of my trying thoughts on for size, the girl of my fingers resting carefully at the top of my leg and thinking about where else I could place my hands, when I’m sucking on a spoonful […]

Late Night Thoughts

Illustration by Sarah Jensen It’s a silent, exhausted kind of happy. The drunken current in your head making everything too dim to hear The clarity when you look up at her, the simplicity of “here she is, I love her.”   Her nose and cheeks are pink as roses, eyes bright from lacking sleep Soft […]

Review: ‘Sacred and Profane’ Wrestles with Religion and Sexuality

An interactive feature before ‘Sacred and Profane’ included artistically expressing ones’ own experiences with sexuality and religion. Sacred & Profane, a one-man show centering Tim Lewis’s personal experiences with Evangelical Christianity and homosexuality, opened in Los Angeles on February 16th. In the play, Lewis, who performed his own work, explores the limitations that religion places […]