Accept and Acclimate: A Blog Entry by B. Osten (March 5, 2013)
"My partner and myself are literally 'polar' opposites. ... Because of this strange phenomenon our worlds were turned upside down. In order for our relationship to survive this new dawn, we had to learn to coexist, so to speak."
Discovering Me: A Blog Entry by Tree Alexander (February 1, 2013)
"I'm a nonconformist to the core. A cisgender pansexual polyamorous individual. ... It all comes down to becoming comfortable in my own skin, with my own beliefs, without feeling like I have to appeal to others' ideas of identity and relationships."
Studying, Not Fuckin ...: A Blog Entry by Rae Lewis-Thornton (August 28, 2012)
"I wasn't at school to fuck anyway, I was there to learn. I had decided that I didn't need the lovin to be extra good, cause I just might not get any work done. But I was still in that phase where I was lookin for someone to love me."
Who Stays ... Who Goes ...: A Blog Entry by Rae Lewis-Thornton (August 21, 2012)
"It's amazing how resilient women are; we take that licking and keep right on ticking. We bounce back and bounce back and bounce back, but I wonder what part of us we lose when the ball goes down before it comes back up?"
The End of a Relationship (Video) (Posted: August 2012)
"It's Day 209 of my HIV journey. In this video I discuss my recent breakup with my boyfriend and how HIV factored into the equation. I admit that this is an area where I am still growing and have lots of room to grow."
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