“Forming a relationship with a generation of people I will never meet.” Blaise Clotworthy explores their connection with our Queer forebears and the AIDS pandemic.
Werewolf? No, no, Pam is an Arewolf. Listen closely and they might have a little something to teach you about being in the present.
Through short story, Erin Ramsay touches on the corrosiveness of dysphoria, the decay of late capitalism, and the ambivalences of certain kinds of friendship.
Alphabet Book Club’s book master Chelsea reviews “Melissa,” a touching children’s book about a trans child struggling to be herself in the world.
Ōtautahi-based linguist-in-training Sidney reflects on expressions of Queer identity across languages.
Romance, West Auckland and Carly Rae Jepsen all wrapped up in a poem from kī anthony.
Somatic sex therapist Sarita Das is ready and willing to answer all your questions. Don’t be shy, ask away!
In a dream, you saw a way to survive, and you were filled with joy.
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