She's curious, compassionate, and the author of seven best-selling books all about intimate relationships.
Raising a puppy is hard work, but as a dog mom I've become a better and more organized human because of it.
We don't get to choose much about our bodies, but tattoos are a way of claiming sovereignty over them.
Drag in Portland blends binary genders to produce something new and beautiful.
I can still remember the first time my grandma told me how she felt on one particularly anxious night. It was terrifying.
I'd always been so protective of my sister. Finding out she had to have brain surgery was not easy.
I had to learn that privilege was making me complicit.
Art is all I've ever wanted to do, but I kept stopping myself from going for it. My mom was there to help.
I had the potential to become pregnant. What was I supposed to do with that?
Feeling stuck in the middle kept me from owning my queer identity.
I feel as though I’ve lost a parent.
And, like, totally found yourself.