Healthcare can affirm the experiences of nonbinary menstruators by degendering the cycle.
Gender-inclusive brands can help reduce dysphoria for some trans and nonbinary people.
While similar, these three identities differ on the spectrum of sexual orientation.
Not wanting to be touched sexually is a valid boundary worthy of respect.
An almost-complete primer of LGBTQIA+ slang and terminology.
If it's been proven both ineffective and harmful, why is it still in practice?
From 'lover' to 'daddy,' learn what they want to be called during sex.
HB25 forces children to compete on teams misaligned with their gender identity.
There's an internal dynamism to this identity that has been around a lot longer than you think.
Coming out is an achievement, but what kind of pressure does it place on a child?
People who feel they came out 'late' seem to have something in common.
Combat gender dysphoria while keeping your health in mind.
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.
It may represent entertainment for many, but for me, drag was a revelation.
They sound similar, and both deal with self-image, but don't get these two words confused.
How are you celebrating this year?
This warm, hazy glow of affirmation is easier to unlock than you think.
Having the same beauty standards can lead to comparison, but education and therapy help.
Despite being stereotyped as promiscuous, some LGBTQ people are embracing abstinence.
Millennials and Gen Z are acknowledging sexual fluidity in ways prior generations have not.
We change and grow over time, and even day to day. For some people, this includes gender.
While often confused for one another, the two sexual identities are distinct.
Gender-bending isn't just for trans people. Learn how to take your gender into your own hands.
Sometimes, exploring your desires can lead to questions about your sexuality—and that's OK.
Drag queens? Transgender people? Femboys? What's the difference?
I'd already come out. Did I have to come out again—as bisexual—and how would that be received?
If you're beginning a hormonal transition, you should know about genital changes.
Get comfortable talking about consent, sexual preferences and bodies with your companion.
Learning about new ideas is great, but there’s a right and a wrong way to do so.
Times and people change. The gentlemanly thing to do is to keep up.
As gender diversity increases, pronoun use has adapted. Find out how to be more inclusive.