Clementine Morrigan considers the healing power of BDSM and how the process of surrendering power in a controlled, consensual, chosen situation can be an act of reclaiming power after a lifetime of not having a choice.
After Kaley Kennedy's miscarriage, she decides to swim 100 times in 2017. In the water and out, she reflects on queer family-making, increasing the terrain of kinship, and using your body to show up, even when it's hard.
Quill Christie-Peters writes about how, as an Anishinaabekwe, masturbation is a revolutionary process of falling in love: with her body and her homelands.
Following a depressive episode, Anne Theriault grew plants, and it forced her to rethink tenderness, failure and self-care.
"You have to work hard in this city if you want to see the land": eyos reports on living in the city as an Indigenous person, creating new worlds through old relations
Thinking about consent and digital bodies, Lorraine C asks how the stories and images we share online, often with hopes of building community, affect us and the people we love.
Grounded in personal experience, Samantha Marie Nock considers the economics of care alongside the prioritization of romantic relationships above all other relationships.