Butt Stuff: Pleasure and Safety for Anal Play

Let’s talk about butt sex, baby! If you’re having anal sex or any kind of anal play, it’s important to know health and safety information, as well as how to make it an enjoyable experience. This will be a safe, confidential environment, where no question is stupid. Our goal is to make sure everyone canContinue reading “Butt Stuff: Pleasure and Safety for Anal Play”

Feb. 15: Inclusive Sex Ed at Every Age

Are you the parent or guardian of a child or work with children? Do you have a niece, nephew, grandchild, or other kid in your life? Or are you simply interested in learning about best practices for providing sexuality education to kids in all stages of life? All interested are welcome to this discussion spaceContinue reading “Feb. 15: Inclusive Sex Ed at Every Age”

LGBTQ+ Suicide Prevention Resources

In a mental health emergency, LGBTQ+ folks need resources that understand. Below are some resources you can use if you or a friend are experiencing suicidal ideation. 988 is the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. This dialing code is available to everyone in the United States. The Trevor Project provides talk, text, or chat support toContinue reading “LGBTQ+ Suicide Prevention Resources”

HGLHC GAYme Night: Fiasco!

Time for another RPG GAYme night! Join HGLHC for a game of FIASCO! From the website:“Fiasco is an award-winning designed to be played in a few hours with no preparation. During a game you engineer and play out stupid, disastrous situations, usually at the intersection of greed, fear, and lust. It’s like making your ownContinue reading “HGLHC GAYme Night: Fiasco!”

Meningitis: Know the Symptoms

A bacterial meningitis outbreak has been detected in Florida. Meningitis is a serious infection that affects the brain and spinal cord. SYMPTOMS This outbreak is primarily affecting men who have sex with men. Meningitis CAN be spread sexually! If you experience any of the symptoms of meningitis, go to the emergency room IMMEDIATELY. It isContinue reading “Meningitis: Know the Symptoms”