Happy Pride Month! Don’t Forget to Support Queer Creators!

It's that wonderful time of the year again. Pride month celebrates not only LGBT+ history, but also to the people who live within the community. As with every year that I celebrate Pride Month, I want to also celebrate the queer creators who makes Pride Month all that more creative. Today, I chose to shout …

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A Study in Kink: Wax Play

Note from Eliza: Hello readers! This is a part of a new series that I'm working on that highlights the physiology, psychology, history, and insights into various sexual kinks. Think of this as an in-depth look into the kinky side of life. 😉 If I happen to know of a few good erotic stories that …

Warm Like Honey

Lay down your desire, Love. Spread it out like warm honey on blushing skin. Tell me the things that make you shudder. Show me the delicate intricacies of your body. Peel away the tiny pearl buttons, and remove the soft silk that's still warm from your body. I ache to know. Do you want me …

Knights of the Gay Table: Or How the Brothermant Claus Allowed Gay Knights Access to Civil Unions in the Medieval Era.

For anyone who has ever read high fantasy or history books, one might have run into the concept of knights. Their glistening armor, their prowess in battle, their role within society, the wars they fought, are typically the focus of many readers, but one of the things that have not been thoroughly explored is affrerement, …

Boston Marriages: Or How it was Perfectly Acceptable for Women to Cohabitate with Each Other in the Victorian Era

When people think of the Victorian Era, they don't typically imagine an LGBT friendly place, and for the most part, they would be right. However, that era did have a few caveats that allowed LGBT people to live with their chosen partner. In this case, we'll explore the role of Boston Marriages and how they …