From an anonymous reader “I started drinking and using drugs when I was about 16. At the time I didn’t really understand why – it just seemed a lot of fun. I drank until I blacked out from the very beginning, and was quickly doing harder drugs with older guys I met when I sneaked […]Read more "Substance Abuse #1: I didn't know I was a drug addict"
In the previous QuestionMark, I received many suggestions on how to make our community better. I felt though that these were not very actionable. This is why I came up with 10 ways that almost everyone can put them on their list for 2020. 1. Come out. To your family, friends, work and family minors. […]Read more "Make love to a fat fem Asian and 9 more tips for a better LGBTQ+ community."
QuestionMark is 1 years old! Here is the countdown with the best posts of 2019. Thank you! 10. Creating a Better LGBTQ+ Community (Part 1) 9. Stop Fighting Over the Pride Flag Colours 8. Coming Out Stories (Part 1) 7. Can The Pope Be An LGBTQ+ Ally? 6. Do Fetishes Have a Place in Our […]Read more "Best Posts of 2019"
Our community is being shattered by alcohol and drugs. Do you have a personal experience? Tell us about it.
We want to know your HIV story, your frustrations, what’s great and what as a community we can end the stigma.
All your answers from the recent survey are included below in the format: “Answer”- author Putting our money where our mouth is Giving money to LGBT causes can be of the highest importance for our community. I believe we can all understand how funding NGOs that protect our members and allies, provide shelter, professional support […]Read more "Creating a better LGBTQ+ community (Part 1)"
Reading The History of LGBT rights The American Gay Rights Movement Respect Your Trans Elders: Two Justice Warriors Who Paved the Way for Today’s Trans Movement Unbreakable Rainbow in Warsaw Instagram Irish Queer Archive LGBT History Video & Movies Queer UK 1900-1990 Pink Triangles Stonewall Riots Explained Beaten, Robbed & Left to Die (1982) The […]Read more "A library of LGBTQ history links (ever-expanding)"