A pretty young afab person with round glasses and full lips wears a rainbow turban and a red shirt. They are smiling against a white wall. Photo.

When they go low, we monetise our pain. I said it a friend back in November: when they go low, we invest in ourselves and get paid to write about the things they hate about us. I meant it as a joke, but for all else 2020 has been it’s been the year when I stepped into my trans identity and I’m really fucking proud of that.Read More →

A black afab person in dungarees, a stripy top and glasses grins at the camera with their eyes closed. Photo.

Last week I wrote about how exhausting it is to be a trans person right now. I wrote about fear and anger and sadness and burn out and feeling numb. I’m really glad I wrote that post, but writing it – and some of the conversations that writing it sparked – reminded me that I can’t explain my gender in one word, or even in a simple sentence. My gender identity is changing all the time as I explore it, and I love that.Read More →

An afab person with their legs open, wearing blue knickers with the wings of a period pad showing. Writing on their body says 'spank my boyhole' and 'tease my dick'. Photo.

Periods aren’t gross, but I still don’t feel sexy when I’m wearing period pads. I don’t avoid period sex because I get super horny when I’m menstruating, but I do find it much harder to get out of my own head. As Lingerie is for Everyone is all about embracing your body and your underwear, today I’m going to talk about fucking while wearing period pads.Read More →