One-off stories that defy categorization.
Marlo navigates what a bathroom bill means for her and her transgender daughter.
“Oh I do miss my husband,” she wailed, “Where is he? Why do all sweethearts cuddle tonight except me?”
Rhonda spends their entire day relishing the sensation of going down on their girl.
Sharon receives love letters from Harry, a not-so-secret admirer.
Dedicated to Samara Breger’s grandmother Helen, who shared stories of her first and last kiss with her husband of 30 years.
When I was younger, someone took a knife to my clitoris and cut out a small, but significant part of me.
A widow learns to grieve by dating her worst match.
A conversation between mother, Sophie Townsend and daughter, Anna about Mr. Fix-it, husband and father.