A Letter: My Brief Life as a Sex Coach

Content Note: this article discusses topics of abuse, suicide, and sexual subject matter. Call of the Quean is just over a year old. She was birthed March 5 of last year. My life has since been a revolving door for people to come and ask relationship or sexuality questions, seek advice on shame-ridden messages they've [...]

Picking Up the Pieces

CONTENT NOTE: This article covers topics of body image, emotional trauma, mental health and eating disorders. If you’ve been following my posts, be it on COTQ or social media, you know that my mental health has been a little haywire lately. Anyone who’s susceptible to emotional lows, as I am, can understand the impact it [...]

RAF – Minx: A Memoir, Pt. III/III

   Before we dive into the final segment of this interview, I want to virtually applaud Minx for her strength, courage and vulnerability. Her truth has shed light on topics that most people are too afraid or ashamed to speak openly about. The female experience of abuse and heart ache is not something to be [...]

RAF – Minx: A Memoir, Part II/III

 If you missed Part I of this RAF Series, you can find it here. CONTENT NOTE: This series covers topics of domestic/sexual abuse and abortion, sometimes in explicit detail. You can find helpful resources regarding these two topics at the bottom of the article.  Minx left off by sharing with the readers that in her [...]

RAF – Minx: A Memoir, Pt. I/III

 This Month’s RAF Series features an old friend of mine. We have 23 years of herstory together, having met in kindergarten at the age of 4. CONTENT NOTE: This series covers topics of domestic abuse, sexual assault and relationships between a minor and an adult. Through her confessions and telling, I believe women of all ages [...]

RAF: Beating Bulimia, Pt. I

My Personal Tribute to Mental Health Month  Below are personal accounts of my own journey to recovery from bulimia nervosa. I am not a medical expert, and this is not a guide to recovery. Mental illness varies, and requires different approaches by different medical practitioners. My journey may not reflect the needs of someone else’s. [...]