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Michelle Tea Gets The Tea From … Cristy C. Road

Michelle Tea

Michelle Tea is the author of several books including The Passionate Mistakes and Intricate Corruption of One Girl in America, ValenciaThe Chelsea Whistle, Rent Girl, How to Grow UpMermaid in Chelsea Creek and Girl at the Bottom of the Sea, Rose of No Man's LandBlack WaveModern Tarot, and Against Memoir.

How I Learned To Love My Lesbian Identity

Andrea Ngeleka

Andrea Ngeleka is a writer in Los Angeles.

Coming Out Can Be Lonely

Phillip Henry

Phillip Henry is a writer, comedian, advocate, and performer in New York City. His writing can be seen in various publications including Teen Vogue and Mic. He hosts a weekly LGBTQ comedy variety show The Tea Party in the Hell's Kitchen neighborhood of Manhattan.

Queer Abby: When You’ve Been Shunned

Nicole J. Georges

Nicole J. Georges is a writer, illustrator, podcaster, and professor from Portland, OR. 

Dearly Beloved, I’m Still Thinking About My Ex

Michael Arceneaux

Michael Arceneaux writes the “Dearly Beloved” advice column at INTO. He is the author of the forthcoming book I Can't Date Jesus from Atria Books/Simon & Schuster. His work has appeared in the New York Times, the Washington Post, Rolling Stone, Essence, The Guardian, Mic, and more.

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The Bedroom Series: Eli

Amos Mac

Amos Mac is a writer-artist-fusion living and working in Los Angeles. In 2009 he co-founded Original Plumbing, the seminal print magazine documenting the culture of trans men. He was a producer for the Emmy-nominated series Gaycation, has been honored on the OUT 100, TRANS 100, and featured in the HBO film The Trans List. The Original Plumbing Anthology, featuring the best of all 20 issues, will be published by the Feminist Press in 2019.

How I Found Hope on Indigenous Peoples’ Day

Lara Americo

As a TEDx speaker, voice of the ACLU’s Change.org campaign and contributor to The Washington PostNPRRolling Stone and Democracy Now!, Lara Americo talks about social justice for queer and trans people of color. She’s the founder of the nonprofit Comic Girl Coffee + Books, an inclusive safe space for queer and transgender people located in Charlotte, NC.

20 Queer Q’s with Robyn Kanner

Joe Rodriguez

Queer Abby: How To Find Love

Nicole J. Georges

Nicole J. Georges is a writer, illustrator, podcaster, and professor from Portland, OR.