Alley Hector is a writer based in Portland, Oregon where she has lived since the dawn of queer time. Past projects have included editing Just Out magazine and founding and editing local blog Qpdx.com.
Popular astrologer and psychic on why astrology is political and the dawning age of the queer astrologer.
By now you may have heard the drama surrounding the robot that is supposedly ushering in the future of female sexual health and pleasure. Called Osé and created by the woman-founded company Lora DiCarlo, the technologically advanced personal massager was bestowed the prestigious CES Innovation Award by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA, which owns and produces CES) last October. Less than a month later, that award was taken away.
Get to know Transthetics, a truly transformative company that didn't set out to change the world. Creator and CEO Alex is not your usual entrepreneur. The plain-spoken, self-described "...boring heterosexual guy..." just wants to have vanilla sex and relationships with women. He started Transthetics, penile prosthetics for transmasculine people, to serve this purpose.
No one can deny that astrology is experiencing a cultural moment right now that extends beyond the traditional weekly sun sign horoscopes in the back of the newspaper. From ones posting memes to ones giving daily readings, you don't need your own personal astrologer to get into the game.
Ample and AllGo want you to feel comfortable when you shop and eat out.
In Portland, Oregon where I live, I often work from a local laundromat and cafe. I love the place, but am always anxious to grab a specific spot at the sole bench against the wall as to avoid the inevitable bruises that come from the only other seating options: chairs that cut into my thighs, leaving indentations for a couple hours. Sitting in those uncomfortable chairs is a reminder of how I’ve failed to conform to the t...
Park City acts as a premier Memorial Day Weekend destination for travelers looking to experience thrilling mountain biking adventures, world-class golf courses, mountain culture, and delightful local cuisine. Our mild weather encourages outdoor activities on and off Historic Main Street, and the end of mud season means the return of many of our favorite restaurants.
Savor the Summit is Park City's largest outdoor dinner party in the state and returns Saturday, June 22! Each year, over 2,500 guests join us from every part of the globe at the “Grand Table” in the middle of Main Street to eat world-renowned cuisine and drinks made by the best Park City bars and restaurants. Complementing each inspiring menu are a host of excellent spirits, live music, and an eventful sunset courtesy of our beautiful area.
Park City restaurants and bars capture the spirit of Cinco de Mayo with flavorful plates and tasteful events celebrating Mexican culture.
Park City bars and restaurants work with local and national talent to pair artists with menus that take restaurant-goers through an array of musical and culinary palettes. Each setting offers excellent culinary experiences for every kind of foodie, accompanied with live music and creative performances that elevates the magic of any evening.
Park City restaurants are known for serving delectable brunch plates and early morning breakfasts to eager crowds looking for locally inspired cuisine. If you’re visiting our resort town for the first time, a frequent tourist here during the spring, or simply a local looking to try something new, join us at one of these special restaurants honoring 2019’s Rite of Spring with delectable dishes.
Park City has become a go-to destination for families on ski vacations, friends planning bachelorette parties, and crowds of all sizes celebrating special events. Fortunately, many of our restaurants offer comfortable family-style dining experiences for any occasion and group size - from epic fireside stations for six, to large four-star dining halls for professional meetings.
Social article for one of the longest running LGBT magazines
You may call them odd couples, but there can be a special bond between gay and straight mates. Whether they are holding hands in public, cohosting TV shows, or just goofing around, here are 10 dynamic duos that defy sexuality to be the best of friends.