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8 Ways to Develop a Positive Bisexual Identity

The term bisexual encompasses a vast umbrella of sexual identities and preferences. People who identify as bisexual have been put in a unique position that is both challenging and freeing. A bisexual identity has a lot of strengths, the trick is to tap into these strengths. Bisexual Defined…by not really defining it. The easy answer […]

Experience the Excitement

  [thanks! Selina of selinaloper] Hiya clam-jammers! What’s happening? It’s a perfect mid-June evening, and I’m sitting here typing this with all the windows open. My hair is air-drying from a bath I took a little while ago, and I have peach iced tea and a bowl full of green grapes and a bunny who […]

Top 10 Reasons Why Being Single Is NOT Pathetic or even Bad

I’ve only been single a short while compared to the years I’ve been in committed relationships. Fortunately, I’m way over the depressing “boohoo I’m alone and lonely” phase and very much into the “hey, this ain’t so bad” part. I’m not saying that one is better than the other. All I’m suggesting is that one […]

The 6 Steps to Coming Out

By Kristen Baker 1) Know who you are. At least the truth of who you know yourself to be today. Your knowledge of yourself is going to CONSTANTLY evolve. Constantly. Don’t be afraid of that, lean into it. Just trust who you know yourself to be today. And challenge yourself to keep peeling back the […]

How To Maintain A Happy And Healthy Bike-riding Vagina

By Jennifer Kernes As the weather starts to warm up, we hibernating lesbians start to come out. Soon you will see us at backyard BBQs, or on Montrose beach playing sand volleyball, or even sipping mojitos on Lake Michigan. But, before we start stripping down and tanning up, we need to get back into shape. […]

Red Flags Part Deux–First Date Faux Pas

So, you’ve met a girl (at one of our events…naturally). You cautiously looked out for the red flags we mentioned before. Now that you’ve moved past the meet and greet phase, its time for the first date. Keep your ears on alert, just in case she says any of the following off-the-wall, First Date Red […]

Back your shit up

How many times have you heard a version of this story? You have carefully catalogued your digital photos over the last 5 years, including many important points in your life: your trip abroad, your niece’s first steps, that thesis you’ve been working on for 2 years. One night, you are gesturing rather emphatically to your […]

She Reminded Me To Dance

Guz Viewz – The perspective from our Senior Editor and word wrangler, Kathy Guzman. Every step we take brings us closer to the end of all things that we know. Every glimpse we grab generates new foundations and possible expectations for what is yet to be. We live for today and hope for tomorrow and […]

“Leaning In” as a Lesbian

By Mallorie DeRiggi What does it mean to “Lean In”? That’s been the buzz this past week, when Sheryl Sandberg, the COO of Facebook came out with her new book “Lean In: Women, Work and the Will to Lead.” Her message summed up in one word, empowerment. Women have slowly but surely been excelling over […]

Boxes Of All Sizes

How’s it goin’, clit whisperers? Everything is lovely here. So calm. As I write this, I have a roast going in the Crock-Pot, almond milk yogurt going in the yogurt maker (yes! I am that dyke!), and a bunneh quietly nibbling tiiiiiny little cabbage wraps stuffed with parsley and cilantro. My apartment is clean. There […]