Glamour reached out for advice on how to bring up that you have an STI with a new partner. Catch my answer here!
My emotional journey since HSV2 diagnosis
Cambyo is a platform that fosters learning about sexuality through (amongst other things) publishing real life stories from real life people. Last month, they invited me to look back on my emotional journey since learning I […]
My first podcast interview
I had the pleasure to be interviewed for the Future of Sex, a podcast by Bryony Cole which explores how tech will shape the future of the one thing we all love to have but […]
Update: My YouTube channel debut
Hi! Long time no see… I have not been idle these past few months and have certainly not given up on my dedication to fighting herpes stigma. I just changed weapon. I started this blog […]
The One Good Thing About Genital Herpes
Valentine’s Day doesn’t celebrate love anymore. Quite the opposite: it is wrecking it. It’s a day couples pretend everything is alright, when in fact it may not. A day they buy expensive presents or a fancy […]
CAN I ASK YOU A QUESTION PART II
In less than 15 min, grasp how herpes and its stigma can impact sexual intentions and relationships. Spoiler alert: this podcast is full on dedicated to herpes positives, while still being for everyone! We […]
CAN I ASK YOU A QUESTION? part I
Answers from over a hundred people, distilled in a 12 min podcast.
I WANT TO KNOW WHAT SEX IS – Interview with Rita Anderson
Sex is arousing. It was arousing when you hadn’t experienced it first hand and will likely remain so no matter how many intimate interactions you’ll accrue over time. Porn lets us gander at people’s wildest […]
In Medio Stat Virtus – Thoughts on gender fluidity
My very exciting plan for the past weekend was to finish the third season of Orange is the New Black and guess what? This post hijacked my attention instead! The show can certainly be praised for […]
A little vulnerability goes a long way
So much is shared publicly nowadays. Promises and moments of affection between lovers, glimpses of babies’ lives from overjoyed parents, radical opinions of those to whom humanity has little left to thrive on, etc. You name it. We all know what it feels like to press “enter” after we’ve shared a piece of something that makes us a tad more vulnerable, yet very proud. And just a month ago, I felt it like never before after publicly disclosing that I have genital herpes.