If I were fifteen years younger, I’d identify as nonbinary. Gender has been the biggest weapon of the beaten path.
We do not have a consensus on what love, commitment, sex or identity mean. Maybe we don’t need to agree. What do we owe each other then?
I’ve heard of asexuality, aromanticism and polyamory. Then a friend sent me this video talking about AMATONORMATIVITY. Well-meaning friends have gently (or bluntly) told me that my experiences of abuse turned me against men/marriage. There may be some truth to that. The very thought of weddings – invitations, over-the-top engagement…
An old post for a new prompt uncovered the purity of my emotion & unabashed sensuality before I met moral policing. But I still like a good peach.
If you were in drag, what would you be like? And where does the drag stop and where begins your identity?
When a group of people say Stop erasing us, they are saying that they exist, they are not abnormal, not deserving of less.
I’m currently watching the TV series, Masters of Sex. It was the first show I began on Netflix when I first subscribed. I had to stop and move to other things that were easier. I’ve tried to come back several times and I think this time I’ll manage to finish…
This is a writing experiment. The model in the featured image is my friend Anmol Karnik.
I called rainbowwashing in pride month. Alex Strangelove is narcissistic and an insulting representation of queer people.
Last month, SXonomics met the Stance Podcast team. Stance Podcast is an independent arts, culture and current affairs podcast exploring diverse, global perspectives. Presented as a transatlantic conversation between broadcasters, Chrystal Genesis in London and Heta Fell in San Francisco, Stance aims to inform, entertain and inspire action. We met…