holisticsexualhealth:

Tips and Resources: Disabled People Need Sexual Health Care Too - SaferSex.Education | Brought to you by Lucky Bloke

Most safer sex guides take it for granted that all of us are going to have the manual dexterity (ability to move our hands) to unwrap and use a condom, that getting STI testing is as easy as booking (and keeping) an appointment at a free or low-cost sexual health clinic, and that communicating with a partner about safer sex is as easy as having a few face-to-face conversations about it. For those of us who have any sort of physical, cognitive, or psychological disability, these and other “basic” safer sex strategies may not be so easy.

It doesn’t help that disabled people are assumed to be nonsexual, or to have more important things to worry about than the “luxury” of sexual feelings or a sexual relationship, or any number of other myths about sex and disability all of which miss the mark in one way or another.

People with disabilities who are sexually active, or planning to be sexually active, need to practice safer sex, and get regular sexual healthcare, just like anyone else.

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transqueermediaexchange:

The Black queer community certainly has a lot to be proud of these days. From sports to television, from music to advocacy, there’s a growing number of Black queers who are making moves in their respective fields, while courageously living out loud. Here, we salute a few of the LGBT trailblazers who are doing the work of creating and redefining culture.

click the title to view the list on ebony.com

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pinklabeltv:

"My first thought when it was clear that the guy/girl scene was going to go immediately from kissing (sweet, expressive kissing that sets the mood like porn foreplay) to anal penetration of the male actor, I thought: “Okay, that might be a bit much for some straights. They’re going to lose a few people right there.” But, upon further consideration, I realized that for every straightboy viewer they lose, there’s at least one straightboy who just found something he’s been looking for forever."
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[StraightBoy] Gazing at Shine Louise Houston’s BED PARTY.
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crashpadseries:

pinklabeltv:

"My first thought when it was clear that the guy/girl scene was going to go immediately from kissing (sweet, expressive kissing that sets the mood like porn foreplay) to anal penetration of the male actor, I thought: “Okay, that might be a bit much for some straights. They’re going to lose a few people right there.” But, upon further consideration, I realized that for every straightboy viewer they lose, there’s at least one straightboy who just found something he’s been looking for forever."

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[StraightBoy] Gazing at Shine Louise Houston’s BED PARTY.