“All I want is to love and be loved.” That’s always been my bottom line. So, whenever my friends ask me about my relationship status, I say, “I’m Polyglamorous”. But what is polyamory? How does being in a polyamorous relationship work? Also, why is it not for everyone?
Once the chaos and the dust have settled, time to land that ship safely on the moon with this featured playlist. Sometimes, it would take a while, especially on congested landing strips but this will surely help you navigate through a stormy flight. So, calm yourself with some ultra-soft tunes to tickle your earbuds.
“I love sex like I love breathing”. I still get the occasional awkward silence cricket sound reaction whenever this statement escapes my mind. It’s been normalized by the people we idolize. Shows we watch. The music we listen to. Even the brands we support. But why is sex still a dirty word in some parts of the world? Why is something so good still taboo?
Being quarantined changed all that. Suddenly, we are served with a deep bowl of hours and a large collection of minute cutlery that’s left for us to figure out what to do.
We’ve all been trying to find ways to cope. As for me, I found cooking to be my utmost restoration.
Tall, short, black, white, straight, curls, or whatever you look like, we are all part of one race – the human race. Differences in our physical attributes should never be an indicator that one is superior to the other. Especially not our skin color. But it has come to a point that we have to create movements such as Black Lives Matter and stage protests just to get basic human rights.
I’ve been with the same person, happily, for over a decade. That’s to say I am very lucky to be with someone during a pandemic. This privileged position I’m in has often led me to think about those who are single and dating.
Across the globe, balconies have become a symbol of social spirit. Since shelter-in-place measures were mandated, many have taken to their balconies to ease the loneliness, express their gratitude, and find company from the safety of their homes.