Justin is a rainbow silicone dildo by Addiction that has the amazing “squish” factor of a dual-density toy at an affordable price. This body-safe option is not only great for those looking to display some LGBT pride, but anyone who loves a nice thick, plush toy.
This week, SF and Jen discuss the fluidity of gender and their experiences questioning gender. Because gender is a huge topic that cannot be properly covered in a single episode, this episode focuses on some non-binary identities and general “gender-wonkiness.”
SF and Jen share their coming out stories in honor of National Coming Out Day (October 11th) and discuss what the experience is like. Coming out isn’t always a one-step process and that’s okay. Whether you’re already out, coming out on this special occasion, or still figuring things out, PPT is here to show their love and support for the LGBT community.
Alex is a traditional dildo by BS Atelier that features a gorgeous rainbow design. It runs on the small size and doesn’t offer many frills but it’s a hell of a beginner’s toy for anyone looking to show off a little LGBT pride.
When I started dating my first transgender partner, I had a lot of questions I wasn’t sure how to ask. Thankfully, my partner was very open and taught me a lot about what it means to love someone who is trans. If you are new to dating a transgender person, here are some guidelines to help.
What defines our sexual orientation? Does it go beyond simply “gay” or “straight?” Within sexual sub-cultures, we may see several identities take shape to define us. Read about how the “who” is only part of what makes up our orientation.
The Leather Man is an interesting sex shop in the West Village of New York. As you can likely gather from its name, it has a large gay male clientele. Still, that didn’t stop me and four friends (none of which are gay men) from checking it out on a day in the city.
While the concept of polyamory is becoming more popular, a lot of misconceptions are also being thrown around. One increasingly common issue is the “one penis policy.” Read about the OPP and why it should be challenged.
There are lots of great LGBT resources for those seeking information, assistance, or support. The following are some of the larger LGBT organizations in the United States, but be sure to look up local organizations in your hometown for more help.