Morgan's popped the question in the photo album, Tiffany's answer was yes!

We got engaged!

The shower has always been a place of solitude and safety for me. The water, cascading down my back, and the soothing ambient sounds are always a welcome pick-me-up.  So when I woke up feeling a little under the weather, I decided a shower would be useful. Morgan turned over and protested, telling me to
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Updates and an Invitation to #CLPP2015 | Queerios + Milk

Updates and an Invitation to CLPP 2015

The last 6 months have held so many challenges and so much excitement, that it just made sense to put the blog on the back burner for a while. Here are some brief updates of the adventures we’ve had since our last post: Morgan’s name change and gender change finally went through! He now has a
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Coming Out Queer

In celebration of National Coming Out Day (#NCOD), we decided to answer some questions about our own identities and coming out stories. We recognize that it is not always safe for LGBT individuals to come out to their families or friends. Please join the #GetYrRights conversation on Twitter to discuss what LGBT people need to feel safe in their communities.
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A Simple Anniversary (with Margaritas and Farkel) | Queerios + Milk

A Simple Anniversary

As I sit listening to Case of You (sung by my beautiful sister) and reflecting on the past few days, I can’t help but feel incredibly content. Before Morgan and I first discussed our plans for the anniversary of our first date, I was a bit anxious. What were his expectations? Do we exchange gifts?
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Tenga Eggs for Giveaway! | Queerios + Milk

Tenga Egg Giveaway for #AdultSexEdMonth and #NYCPride!

Did you enjoy our Tenga Egg sex toy review? Though we were not paid for our review, when we asked, the lovely folks at Tenga provided us with two free Tenga Eggs to give to our readers in honor of #AdultSexEdMonth and #NYCPride!

You can win a Tenga Egg Thunder or a Tenga Egg Wavy!

Entering is easy, just leave a comment on this post! You must be 18+ to enter.
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Wonder Wheel at Coney Island NYC | Queerios + Milk

Kicking off NYC Pride Week with the Mermaid Parade

When I was little, I desperately wished I was a mermaid. Back then, I would pretend to be Ariel in the bathtub with my hair flailing out in the water. Needless to say, I don’t think it’s a big surprise that the prospect of going to the Mermaid Parade at Coney Island had me giddy with anticipation.

Normally, I am the queen of crafty, inexpensive costume creation, but I somehow neglected to think through my outfit until late Friday night. Initially I resigned to just wear my typical pirate outfit, but I made the poor decision of Instagram surfing #mermaidparade when I woke up Saturday morning. After viewing all the gorgeous get-ups other parade-goers were preparing, I decided I needed to be more creative…
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Support Trans* and Intersex Organizations for #GiveOUTDay | Queerios + Milk

Support Trans* and Intersex Organizations for #GiveOUTDay

Today is your last chance to give during the second annual #GiveOUTDay, a national campaign to promote giving to organizations that support the LGBTQ community.

Morgan and I strongly urge you to consider giving to organizations that put trans* and intersex issues at the forefront of their work. A recent study showed that most LGBTQ(I) organizations only add the T or the I as a symbolic gesture of acknowledgement and their programming often does not address the issues that trans* and intersex individuals face…
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Tilapia and Artichoke Hearts with Lemon Butter Caper Sauce | Queerios + Milk

Moving and Comfort Food: Tilapia and Artichoke Hearts with Lemon Butter Caper Sauce

Moving into a new apartment is unequivocally stressful. Especially when you are combining two people’s accumulated junk into a tiny one-bedroom in Brooklyn while accompanied by an anxiety-ridden dog. Tank reminds us a little too much of Helper Dog, especially when she whines and decides to lick all the things.

In order to keep us sane and less likely to scream at each other, we decided to take a week off from cooking at home. Here’s what we indulged in…
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