Valentines Poetry #2 – 19

As part of Valentine’s examination on modern love, Motley has delved into the world of bad dates, personal essays and poetry. Our second in a poetry series, an anonymous poet lets us in on the inner workings of their heart.    19   This feeling will be the one we chase for the rest  of […]

The Happiest Season: A Christmas Story of the Ghosts in our Closets

Resident Grinch and seasonally-tragic homosexual Alana Daly Mulligan reviews a Christmas movie about the struggles of coming out and coming to terms with yourself.   Christmas sucks balls, or baubles rather, and for many queer folks, it’s that most wonderful time of additional pressures. Maybe you’re bringing home a partner, planning on coming out, or […]

Bisexuality: Best of both worlds or the Pariah of the Queer Community?

As part of a special series of poems, essays and articles dedicated to St. Valentine’s, Mary De Martino lets us in on the tricky journey to figuring it all out.    When I was a child I always knew I was “different”. I always knew that I was attracted to boys, but also to girls, […]