Why can’t we Talk about sex?

Introducing our #FirstPerson series, featuring a range of voices sharing their firsthand experiences with sexuality.


written by Liz Goldwyn

 
 
 
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 A body in transition catalyzes a pen into motion; Juliana Huxtable’s journey toward confirming her own gender (chemically and conceptually) realizes this collection of essay-style prose and digital-era poetry. Rich in the Tumblr generation's linguistic codings, it chronicles the boundlessly heroic work of self-definition.

A body in transition catalyzes a pen into motion; Juliana Huxtable’s journey toward confirming her own gender (chemically and conceptually) realizes this collection of essay-style prose and digital-era poetry. Rich in the Tumblr generation's linguistic codings, it chronicles the boundlessly heroic work of self-definition.

Mucus in My Pineal Gland by Juliana Huxtable
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 Tucked away within Harlem's early-twentieth century creative revolution was a burgeoning community of Queer artists, writing, painting, singing, dancing, and living outside of society's strict mores. Here, a location of not only their expressive cultural contributions but a study of the contexts in which those occurred illuminates the ever resilient nature of the artistic spirit. 

Tucked away within Harlem's early-twentieth century creative revolution was a burgeoning community of Queer artists, writing, painting, singing, dancing, and living outside of society's strict mores. Here, a location of not only their expressive cultural contributions but a study of the contexts in which those occurred illuminates the ever resilient nature of the artistic spirit. 

Gay Voices of the Harlem Renaissance by A.B. Christa Schwarz
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 Until relatively recently, the journey to gender affirmation remained a largely uncharted path for many. In this memoir, Rain Hill recounts how early childhood gender dysphoria lead to multiple attempts at taking her own life, before she realized her authentic self deserved and could have an opportunity to not only live...but thrive!

Until relatively recently, the journey to gender affirmation remained a largely uncharted path for many. In this memoir, Rain Hill recounts how early childhood gender dysphoria lead to multiple attempts at taking her own life, before she realized her authentic self deserved and could have an opportunity to not only live...but thrive!

Rethinking Normal: A Memoir in Transition by Katie Rain Hill
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Founder Liz Goldwyn sits down with Girlboss and journalist Tierney Finster to talk about sex, health and consciousness.

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A sex positive discussion at The HAMMER Museum with Liz Goldwyn, Nina Hartley and Dita Von Teese.

 

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