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Everyone in Alaska has a plane, at least that’s what it feels like as the skies fill up with single-engine floaters every weekend, leaving from watery runways in town and landing in lakes far from here, places without roads or … Continue reading
The Business of Blogging About Sex, an Online Course Taught by Epiphora and Me (Scholarships Available!)
My first blog post was on MySpace. Yes, MySpace. That’s how old I am. And that’s how far I’ve come as a blogger. QueerieBradshaw.com is celebrating its sixth year this year and in that time I’ve learned a hell of … Continue reading
Things I Learned About My Vagina at the Portland Academy of Sex Education’s Inaugural Workshop Featuring Kate McCombs and Louise Bourchier
Last week, I attended the very first workshop of the newly minted Portland Academy of Sex Education, and woah, did I learn a lot. The Academy of Sex Education was started to provide a space outside of retail establishments at which … Continue reading
As we all know, I friggin’ love me some strap-ons. I love them so much, I wrote a whole guide on how to choose one (it’s free over at FriskyFeminist.com). So, when Good Vibrations asked me to be a judge … Continue reading
The HuffPost Live had me back to speak once again about gay sex, this time talking particularly about the fear of being bad at sex and the role porn has on the pressure to perform. You can watch the clip below or, … Continue reading
Oh that little thing right there? That’s nothing, just a giant ball of something hanging out in my uterus. The doctors found it by sticking a tube into my cervix and filling my uterus up with fluid, then shoving a … Continue reading
Book Expo America (“BEA”) is the leading North American publishing event, bringing publishers, authors, distributors and readers together in one location, the force of which sets standards for the whole publishing industry. In an attempt to bring more readers to … Continue reading
Lately, I’ve found myself appalled at the derogatory language I use on a daily basis without even realizing it is derogatory. That movie was so lame. Woah, this line to Inn-N-Out is crazy. Her outfit is totally insane. I’m ashamed … Continue reading
Taxes are a pain in the ass, but like it or not, they’re due today for Americans. If you’re one of the lucky people who got tax refunds (I owe this year – being self-employed is not always sunshine and … Continue reading
Missed My Panels at Catalyst Con East? These Storify Threads Will Fill You in on All the Great Info!
Catalyst Con East was March 14-16 and, true to the theme of the conference, many conversations about sexuality were sparked. I spoke three times: once as a panelist on the opening keynote, once as a moderator presenter for the The … Continue reading