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Today’s guest post is by Amy Norton. Amy (She/Her) is a sex blogger, journalist, and pleasure product aficionado. She runs Coffee & Kink and is the founder of Smutathon, an annual charity writing challenge. She lives in the UK with her nesting partner, Mr CK, and a frankly ridiculous collection of vibrators. For the first couple of years that I was writing my sex blog, Coffee & Kink, I firmly […]

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Charles Wallace is a PhD student studying insect systematics, as well as a writer, podcaster (@ASABpod), macro photographer, and amateur aerialist. He lives in the metro Phoenix area with his two cats. This is Part II in a two-part series on packing. Part I covered what is packing, types of packers, how to choose a packer, and how to care for them. Once you’ve got a packer, you need something […]

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Charles Wallace is a PhD student studying insect systematics, as well as a writer, podcaster (@ASABpod), macro photographer, and amateur aerialist. He lives in the metro Phoenix area with his two cats. For a long time, I didn’t bother packing. Most men’s pants aren’t especially tight in the crotch, and I didn’t find it a crucial aspect of my own gender expression. But then I got into the aerial arts, […]

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With increased attention in news and social media to corporate practices and the power of “voting with your dollar” to support companies that share your ethics, many companies find themselves needing to articulate and represent their values in more visible and vocal ways. Similarly, more visible attention to the rights of LGBTQIA+ folks has also brought attention to the buying power of the “pink dollar.” As a queer and genderqueer […]

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Today’s guest post is from Neptune Violet, who describes themselves as follows: “Professionally, I’m a journalist and freelance cultural creative. Often, personally, as Mrz. Neptune Violet, I bend gender and cultural expectations like a bag of soft pretzels. Moreover, as Nep, I’m a sociopolitically aware, and sex-positive, binary-shatterer. In final, my deepest-seated goal of late — in any form — is to become ‘America’s Next Thot Model.'” If looking for […]

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