How to Stay In
If you're polyamorous, social distancing probably means fewer in-person hookups – but, as with anything else in an open relationship, communication will keep things sexy.
It can be hard to know the best response when jokes and cries for help sound so similar.
Now that masks are widely available, it's reasonable to want to know which ones are actually protective.
If you’re struggling to detach yourself from your various devices during this pandemic, here are some tips.
Go skating. Provide community aid. Tell each other the stories of your lives.
More online and IRL marketplaces are selling them – but how effective are they, and are they comparable to N95s?
If your loved ones seem to need more from you right now, there are plenty of ways to be there for them and be good to yourself, too.
If you're in isolation with relatives who don't support you – or just not ready to tell each and every person in your life that you're LGBT2Q – here are some ways to honour the occasion and keep yourself safe.
Stop TELLING ME what to DO about my LIFE, well-meaning workout class instructor!
In a choice between working out in a heavy-breathing crowd where everyone’s mask is dangling from one ear and working out at home: Good equipment is not worth people’s lives.
As they swing between fear and boredom, people are turning to hand-poked tattoos for a creative (and cool-looking) distraction from their day-to-day realities.
It's difficult to believe that people are insisting it's fine to attend their in-person celebration because "everyone will be wearing masks"—and to talk to them about why you won't be there.