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Identity and Sexuality


Is sexuality fluid? Is it a choice? We tear down common fallacies and uncover the facts.

The Basics

The Basics

The Facts About Identity and Sexuality

How we define and categorize ourselves determines a lot about how we interact with the world.

How are you celebrating this year?

Having the same beauty standards can lead to comparison, but education and therapy help.

'Whenever you want to' is always the right time for coming out.


Understanding Identity

Understanding race, ethnicity, gender and more is important for your mental and physical health.

The fight for sexual liberation can include all, as long as we remember who we're fighting for.

Transitioning from female to male can be a long journey. Here's what you need to know.

Mutual attraction won't solve everything when it comes to trans sex: You have to talk it out.


Understanding Sexuality

Sexuality is about more than who you want to sleep with—it's about who you are.

A candid conversation about 'search machines,' suitors, pleasure and learning from experience.

Once we understood our mismatched needs, we were able to reframe and rebuild the relationship.

The two identities often come in conflict with one another at their points of intersection.

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