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Marriage Equality - Two Years Later

When it comes to any issue a person has a stance on – where it be personal, social, political, etc. – there is always a “beginning moment”. 521 kata lagi



I think it was Natalie Portman who said, “I hate studying but I love learning.”

I imagine what she meant was that the idea of sitting at a desk with an open textbook and copying down notes and trying to absorb information was just too mundane. 575 kata lagi


Hellosie, it's Maisie. Straight girls. They take ages to seduce, they're hit and miss in bed – and then they go back to their boyfriends.

There may be a thousand reasons why lesbians love the thrill of a straight girl. Maybe women who chase women possess the same rabid ego we despise in straight men, the same ego that makes a person go giddy at the thought of being “the first” for the straight girl in question. 1.541 kata lagi

My Daughter is Gay and I'm Not Going to Stop Talking About it.

I have had more than one person say to me, about the fact that I talk about my daughter being LGBT publicly, that they don’t see why people need to “come out” or why it needs to be discussed publicly as sexuality is a private thing. 723 kata lagi

Social Issues

This looks like my next mistake.

If I was tired as we leant against each other in the backseat of the cab, it was mixed with the headiness I felt I shared with him. 317 kata lagi


An exploration of family through the lens of the only place we are truly every alone.


They hover over the bathtub. Three pairs of shoulders and curved spines, noses pointing down into the tub. 1.449 kata lagi

Why Didn't Gay Rights Cure Gay Loneliness?

Why Didn’t Gay Rights Cure Gay Loneliness?:

I’m sure many of you have already came across this piece, a lengthy, but solid read that addresses many of the issues we care about about at G3S and why we are committed to not only creating a safe space, but also a supportive community for queer Asians. 338 kata lagi