Queerness is intersectional. It converges with and embraces aspects of your identity that are too often left out of “gay and lesbian” conversations.
Let’s meet at the intersection of queer and the rest of our whole selves. We can celebrate our own and each other's multi-faceted identities, races, genders, kinks, religions, physical bodies and monogamy altneratives, to name but a few.
Here are just 10 facets of our lives that come with the LGBTQ package more often than not, all which we can and should embrace and try to understand in each other.
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