tips & tricks on how to make your website and social media accessible!
stop asking if mentally ill people eat “healthy” and rather ask if they eat at all.
“therapy shouldn’t be a luxury” has become somewhat of a signature quote of mine, but i’ve realized i’ve never fully explained what i really mean by saying it. let me fix that now!
in need of a feminist book fix? here you go!
there is no best, or hottest, or right or wrong technique for anything.
there is no ultimate sex tip, apart from: COMMUNICATE!
there is a lot of talk about consent in sex, which is great – but how do you actually establish consent during a sexual interaction?
hell yeah, i love orgasms. but i do think they’re incredibly overrated in our society, leading to uncomfortable situations during sex, stigma, shame, and a lot more.
due to the fact that the mental illness discussion has been frowned upon for so long, a lot of mystification surrounds how each mental illness actually influences those suffering from it.
how can you, as an individual, practice your queer and feminist beliefs and, so to say, get them out there? how to turn the theory into, at least some form of, activism?
a reflection on the reality of being a vegan.
instead of focusing on whether the sexual activity feels good, we focus on whether we are good at it, which takes out all of the fun off of it, doesn’t it?
while i usually focus on the negative sides of living with a mental illness, today i want to focus on the things those years of dealing with depression and anxiety taught me.
today, i want to talk about self-care in its purest form, its essential meaning – taking a step back and doing something that makes you feel good.
working, talking, capturing sexuality = having a lot of sex? oh come on!
love shouldn’t be about control or possession, but about compassion and mutual respect.
i’m sick of information being available only to those who are approved by the academic circle, which is why i’ve set up a lil online open queer library for anyone interested
hold on before you call out someone on how they phrased something or laugh about their accent. your language snobbery is oppressive and discriminating, so please stop.
you’re not better if you’ve never had one, you’re not worse if you’ve had.
i’ve talked about my love/hate relationship with menstrual cups over and over again but i’ve never really fully shared my personal experience with them, have i?