Admittedly, I have a queer agenda. Meaning, I help people interrogate normative assumptions regarding sex and relationships to create uniquely fulfilling and just intimacies.
Because I revel in contrariness and queerness, I understand the discomfort of not fitting in. Of feeling awkward, judged, afraid.
Regardless of how you identify—gender and sexually fluid, trans, gay, bi, pan, questioning, asexual, hetero—it is vital to be freed from cultural narratives regarding love and sexuality that are not freely chosen, but externally policed (by religion, family, friends, etc.,) especially when these socially constructed stories no longer serve you.
Contrarian and Queer. Educator, Therapist, Writer.