Ask Each Other Anything: Celebrating Our Queer Community With A Q&A

June 8, 2023


This week, we’re dedicating an entire episode to our queer community! Inclusivity is one of our core company values, and while we try to make all of our content as inclusive as possible, we wanted to highlight and celebrate our queer community in this special episode.

It was important to us to center the queer experience, so we asked our queer community members to share questions they would love to ask to other queer people. We got questions like:

  • Best tips for navigating the coming out process?
  • How do I honor my bisexuality in a straight-facing relationship?
  • How do I navigate being queer but not feeling “queer enough”?

It was beautiful to witness our audience spread love and compassion to one another. (And to be honest, most of it’s good advice for ANY relationship, because love is love, no matter the gender or orientation.) So this episode is really a love letter from us, giving a voice to a group of people so often overlooked when it comes to content about love and relationships. We see you, we honor you, and we hope you leave this episode knowing you deserve happiness, you deserve to be comfortable in your own skin, and you are enough.

Here’s a glance at this episode:

[5:11] The “Coming Out” Process – your way

[8:01] Our most asked question by far

[10:50] A great reframe of how to honor mixed orientation relationships

[21:14] You’re worth more than being “tolerated”

[22:20] Ethical Non-Monogamy

[27:35] The First Time

[29:29] The pleasure you deserve

[31:09] “I’m not going to answer that, but Google probably will!”

[33:09] Flipping the script

[35:04] “Am I queer enough?”

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