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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Tenga Eggs: Not What Your Mama Made For Breakfast | Queerios + Milk

Tenga Eggs: Not What Your Mama Made for Breakfast

It’s #AdultSexEdMonth and #NYCPride week, so we’re kicking this fabulous last week of June off with a sex toy review!

Tenga Eggs are a lesser known toy for sexual pleasure, though much like normal eggs, they are quite the powerhouse for a small package. They are soft, stretchy, plastic egg-shaped sex toys with a smooth exterior and a textured interior (there are over a dozen different textures available at this time)…
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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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Do I still need a pap smear if I am trans* or genderqueer and on T? | Queerios + Milk

Do I still need a pap smear if I am trans* or genderqueer and on T?

While on Tumblr, Morgan and I came across a great question that I think many young trans* people are curious about.

Should I still go to the gyno if I’ve never been (I’m only 16) and have been on T for nearly 9 months now?

Such a good question and I understand why theotheropinion‚Äč might not necessarily recommend gynecological exams to trans* individuals (I’m inferring) due to potential discrimination within the clinical setting. However, I believe that it is important to advocate for better LGBTQ health care in order to ensure the future of medicine includes competent care for our community members…
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