Current Issue: Bodies
By Bailey Merlin Content advisory: Several pieces in this issue contain references to sexual...Read More
Like many other bisexuals, I never saw myself as part of a community. I was always an ally to my...Read More
By Gabryelle Iaconetti Rocking the boat, I fell into the sea The confinement of the vessel was suffocating me I move through spaces between one shore and another They boast soft sand but hidden beneath are sharp rocks Treading...Read More
Our Lady, Star of the Sea I, the derelict and the mother You, the faithful The oblation of my body is common thought And common law. All this hungry world does is affirm me, My breast buds, your eucharist; This immaculate heart...Read More
By Fiona Petras I have often lamented how difficult it is to look back on our lives and assess which life events were truly tell-tale signs of our sexual orientation. When it comes to looking back on our childhoods, things get...Read More
By Laura Berol Years ago, when I was a college student and a virgin, my favorite fantasy was of a...Read More
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