1. (Source: qpadvice, via trash-gender)

  2. penicillium-pusher:

    Simple definition posters for some of the aromantic spectrum

    (via fuckyeahsexeducation)

  3. ****We are currently recruiting TEACH volunteers****** 

    application deadline is Oct 20- get in touch with us at teach@ppt.on.ca for more info, or download the application form here: http://ppt.tcninternet.ca/newsite/get-involved/volunteer/peer-facilitators-with-t-e-a-c-h-ages-16-23/


  4. Anonymous said: hello, who is monitoring this? I didn't know this was a feature on the QSE site. - Cheryl

    It’s a combination of Carly and Dom. :) 


  5. teenhealthsource:

    Bisexuality is the “B” in the LGBTQ acronym. It’s a sexual orientation with which many celebrities have identified publicly. It’s got its own visibility day!

    But what is bisexuality, and why is today so important?


    Because the topic is so difficult to understand, there are many…

  6. straylightjay:

    10 questions to never ask a transgender person by Laura Jane Grace

    (via fromthefirefalls)

  7. lanepatriquin:

    embroidery april 2014

    quote from Ollie Renee Schminkey

    (via trash-gender)

  8. fuckyeahbiguys:

    "I’m sick of how bisexuality is erased in LGBT spaces. I get really nervous before any LGBT event, especially Pride. I feel incredibly sad and hopeless when gay and lesbian people call me insulting names. If gay and lesbian people don’t understand me – Continue reading Prejudice at Pride at Empathize This

    (via queerkenosis)


  9. mentally-illectric:

    things i needed to hear in health class:

    • puberty might make you squishier and its ok
    • vaginas have a smell and it’s a ok
    • all kinds of people with all kinds of bodies have gr8 sex
    • genitals do not all look the same and variety is rad
    • people have stretch marks sometimes
    • people have pimples on their butts sometimes
    • people have cellulite sometimes
    • gender =/= sex
    • sex =/= scary danger FEAR
    • bodies aren’t scary or gross or sacred 
    • everything is ok

    (via queerkenosis)

  10. gendeer-queer:



    Clothes don’t have a gender.

    ok but “male” and “female” pronouns = cissexist

    pronouns, like clothing, have no gender

    example on how to say what pronouns you use “I want to be referred to with he/him/his pronouns.” or “I want to be referred to with she/her/hers pronouns.”

    (via queerkenosis)