So I recently saw another blogger discussing BDSM and how it helps them to process some of their previous trauma. This is something that I knew was possible because I have a similar experience. When I do a scene, I feel whole for a little while after. I feel more prepared for the world and … Continue reading Indigo Explores: BDSM in a Therapy Context
10 out of 10 Pairs nicely with a good draft beer. There's a huge amount of variety. Sometimes, it takes some getting used to the taste (especially in those microbreweries). And how long you nurse it depends on you. I want to start this post off by saying that I use the words "vanilla" and … Continue reading Indigo Explores: Kink Dynamics and Communication in Them!
This is another personal essay that I have poured some heart and soul into. These types of posts are common as I travel, because I'm often spending time by myself. These things are healthy for me to reflect on. By writing them (even in the throes of emotion), I hope to either open a dialogue, … Continue reading What Happens When Your Femininity Doesn’t Fit the Script?
Trigger warning: Talk of deep depression, brief mentions of fat-shaming. This article is a late-night musing. I hope that it gives you a new idea of how my brain works, and I hope you can use this idea to relate to others. If this model works for you, I highly encourage you to use it too. … Continue reading The DepressiOnion
10 out of 10 This pairs nicely with a good light beer. If you're trash like me, you use a domestic like Budweiser. But if you're classier (god I hope so), then any light craft beer will do nicely. It has that sneaking up on you, prolonged effect. Great for a day when you have … Continue reading Indigo Tries Edging!
Not a review! Op ed pieces don't have ratings from me! So I am currently post-break-up with my longest-term partner, and I'm in a lot of pain and self-reflection. In the middle of one long conversation late at night, I had a revelation about my life and the folx who come through as partners. My … Continue reading Being “Good For You” and “Good To You” are Different Things