3.4 Let a Little Air in

Sometimes, after spending what feels like an eternity contorting yourself into uncomfortable positions and poses, it’s important to find a way to let a little air in, and then slowly let it out. Let us listen for the collective out breath. I am of course talking about the important psychological work it takes to reflect on the internalized homophobia that can continue to exist in our lives long after we come out. What did you think I was talking about? This is queer content, Q-U-E-E… (read more).

Annie Krabbenschmidt