As a culture of side hustles and online perfection demands more and more from us, it’s important to devote some of our time just for fun. The things that bring us joy should be appreciated for what they are, not for where they lead.
When times are tough, we often fall back on community: on the kindness and strength of those within our neighbourhoods, networks and families. We look at what it feels like to be part of a wider community that’s making a difference through mutual aid.
The way we identify ourselves can change over time, along with the language we use to name it.
The binary of “real life” versus “online” is full of grey areas and far more fluid than we think. Do we need to reconsider the weight and authenticity of our online interactions and reframe what we consider “real”? We take a look.
Navigating multi-partnered relationships is, at the best of times, like herding cats. For Rae White, a non-binary transgender poet and writer, the global pandemic has added an extra challenge to their polyamorous way of life.
Rae White, a non-binary transgender poet and writer, shares how they found freedom of gender expression through gaming.