Hero of the week. Robin Lambird

May 5, 2016

19-year-old Robyn Lambird from Perth is one of the collaborators in a fascinating series on YouTube now about being queer and living with a disability. “I think there’s still a misperception in society that people with disabilities are pure, virginal, asexual and almost child-like – and obviously that is not the case. People with disabilities are sexual beings just like most other people,” she explains. Click here to read the full article…


Gay 101. Getting over a big weekend.

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April 27, 2016

Soooooo last weekend was a big one and when I say it was a big one I mean BIG. I don’t drink often or a lot. It’s just not something I do so when I went out on Saturday night for a mates birthday I let the night and the drink get away from me in a big way This train wreck resulted in a little bit of making out…


Heroes of the week Ari and Mark.

April 25, 2016

  Coming out can be scary, coming out at school can be even more daunting but when Ari asked Mark to go to the prom with him in front of his class the reaction is beautiful. I’ll let the boys speak for themselves. Have a great prom! Blog this! Recommend on Facebook Share via MySpace share via Reddit Tumblr it Tweet about it Subscribe to the comments on this post


Gay 101. Caring for yourself is not always something that comes naturally.

April 24, 2016

Something that I have learned about myself during my lowest periods is that caring for myself is not something that always comes naturally. For a very long time I looked after myself, ate well, didn’t drink or smoke, went to the gym and stayed away from drugs. I never really thought about it, I just did it, it was easy to say no and I felt fantastic. How well I cared…


Gay 101. The bad day survival guide.

April 19, 2016

We all have rotten days. But how do we survive them? How you react when things don’t quite go to plan or when they just go plain wrong is important because not only could you be blinded to other opportunities but you could also be causing yourself needless stress and heart ache. There is no doubt that some things just can’t be smiled away or brushed of easily but learning not…


Same sex gender diverse formal update.

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April 11, 2016

    Previously I wrote about the Same sex gender diverse formal being held in Melbourne and efforts to sabotage it by religious zealots with nothing better to do with their time than bully Queer Kids. Well the public responded by donating 600 tickets meaning it was free for everybody to attend. The event was a huge success and great proof to Young LGBT people all around the country that…


Why I’m a writer not a youtuber.

April 7, 2016

  When I first started blogging I used to do a video once a week on Youtube. A lot of readers still ask me in their emails why I don’t do more videos? I have always thought of myself more as a writer ( I use the term loosely ) than a youtuber and I enjoy being able to sit down and flesh out an article and then come back…


Gay 101. Buttcentric; Always falling butt first in to trouble.

March 23, 2016

Buttcentric Adjective (Focussing on the butt or ass) Buttcentric behavior Buttcentric clothes Synonyms and related words. Bottom, power bottom, bottom boy, ass man, Aussie Space Time Traveller There is no doubt that although on occasion I can be Versatile I am at heart a Bottom boy, you only need to look at my Instagram to figure that out. I’ve been buttcentric nearly all of my life and while I love smashing…


Reader Question. How do you deal with a flakey date?

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March 2, 2016

Dear Aussie Space Time Traveller, I recently went out with a guy 4 times and on our last date we had sex. Since then he hasn’t really talked to me. We didn’t talk much through text in-between our dates, but now it seems that he has mostly disappeared. I’ve texted him 2 or 3 times and have received flakey responses. I don’t want to message him too much and scare…