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10 Things Everyone Should Know About Poppers

10 Things Everyone Should Know About Poppers

If you are a queer person, sex can be pretty frightening because we aren’t taught about safe sexual practices during sex ed in school. Sex ed should be available in all schools and should be more inclusive in teaching the younger generation about safe practices.  Ah, poppers! Some of you use it from time to time for fun, some of you are addicted to it, and some of you can’t fuck without it. So, what is this liquid with a…

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4 Bookkeeping Books Everyone Should Read 

4 Bookkeeping Books Everyone Should Read 

Unless you studied finance in college, you don’t necessarily know the ins and outs of bookkeeping, and I’m not judging you for it. I have a master’s in Linguistics, and I know next to nothing about this, but my partner is well-versed in this matter, and the following are some of the books he recommends for anyone who wishes to get into the wasters bookkeeping. Bookkeeping is the act of storing, recording, and retrieving the financial affairs of an individual,…

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4 Things Everyone Should Know About Credit Scores

4 Things Everyone Should Know About Credit Scores

If you are like me, you’ve probably taken student loans to cover your college tuition fees, and this means that now you have raked about 100k of debts. And paying this back will be a real hassle, and this will usually worsen your credit score. Whatever people tell you, this is a big deal, and you need to be careful when it comes to spending money and using your credit card. If you live in the United States, then you…

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Teaching Kids About Sexuality And Gender Identity In 2022

Teaching Kids About Sexuality And Gender Identity In 2022

Sexuality is an integral part of our adult lives, but we are often uncomfortable talking about it with our young children. The vast majority of parents know that sex education is essential, but they don’t always know how to answer their children’s famous questions… Is there a specific way to go about it? How should we react when our children ask us questions? Should we anticipate the questions or let them come? So, without further ado, let’s dive into this…

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Top 5 More Queer Books Everyone Should Read At Least Once In Their Life 

Top 5 More Queer Books Everyone Should Read At Least Once In Their Life 

In part one of this blog series, we recommended some queer books that we believe everyone should read, and in this part, we will recommend some more books. This list is entirely subjective and is queer books that have changed my life and thinking, but here is the list of more books that I think everyone should read at least once.  Okay, I don’t want to be the only one, but I read for pleasure, and I can finish a book…

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Hinduism’s View on Gender and Sexuality (Part 1)

Hinduism’s View on Gender and Sexuality (Part 1)

Homosexuality and queerness are not ‘western creations’ and have been detailed in our holy scriptures for millennia. What is a western import is bigotry and hatred; homophobia has been brought to India alongside colonialism. Who could have thought that colonialism would have a lasting impact on all the countries it occupied. Well, color me surprised but not me; the root of most problems today is colonialism, and not enough of us want to speak about this. If I heard anyone…

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Top 4 Ways Social Media Can Affect Our Mental Health

Top 4 Ways Social Media Can Affect Our Mental Health

Our mental health is something that we need to take care of and now more than ever this is the case. If you are an older Gen Z like me, then you grew up with social media and the internet. Our lives are intertwined with our phones and how much time we spend on them. Social media have become a big part of all our lives, and it impacts how we interact with others and is also a way for…

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How Bullying Is Getting Worse…

How Bullying Is Getting Worse…

Bullying is a word that is unfortunately recurrent these times. Our children are being the victims of their classmates, and sometimes it seems to not bother the learning establishment, or at times it simply goes unnoticed (which is worse, I don’t have a clue). It is one of the worst things that students may have to endure during their school years, as it will have major consequences on their later lives. They can come out of the situation hurt, traumatized,…

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School Bullying; How Parents And Teachers Will Help To Battle Bullying

School Bullying; How Parents And Teachers Will Help To Battle Bullying

We have all seen the movie “Mean Girl” or at least heard about it once in our lives. My friends and I have seen the film a thousand times and every time we laugh at how stupid the characters sound, but once we thought about how the film could promote bullying. In the film, bullying seems to have no consequences, but in reality, it impacts the victim and their surrounding. Should students encounter bullying in movies like Mean Girl, which…

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Why are dress codes in schools problematic?

Why are dress codes in schools problematic?

I never understood the use of a dress code at school; yes, some pieces of clothing should be unauthorized, because unless you are going for dive, a bikini or swimsuit won’t be appropriate at school, but other than that, I believe that anyone should be able to dress however they want. As a young queer and non-binary teen, I wasn’t allowed to explore my gender identity at school because my school had a stick no nail polish policy for boys;…

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