When it comes to Western media, romantic love takes precedence. But what of platonic love? Can we even separate the two of them?
Every now and then, we get into a debate about who can or should be writing m/m romance. A lot of cishet women right it, and not a few gay men feel pushed out by this trend. How can we balance this? The answer probably isn't more gatekeeping.
Lions Will Tame Leopards, Book 5 of the Zodiac series, features a polyamorous lion pride. Here's why that was fun to explore.
Love it or hate it, there's no denying ABO or "omegaverse" has made a splash in PNR and fanfic. Why the heck is it so popular?
Some parts of the queer community reject asexuality as "queer enough." Yet asexuality is actually more of a threat to the heteronormative order than most would care to admit.
Why are bi and pansexual people so misunderstood or told to "pick a side"? It has a lot to do with the balance of power in our society.
Someone said romance doesn't belong in science fiction. But sci-fi and romance are more tangled up than most would like to admit.
It's easy to think of mpreg as a kind of modern invention, related to scientific advance and scifi writers. As it turns out, it's probably a lot older.
Content warnings are a topic of serious debate. Are they spoilers? Do they coddle our readers? I think they show that we care.
One of the reasons I wanted to make Ferr a Black-presenting character in The Bull by His Horns was to address the cultural myth that all cowboys were white. Over time, the history of people of color working as cowboys in America’s Wild West has been lost, erased. It was replaced with the myth of a white cowboy. Why and how did this happen? At the root, we know exactly why it occurred: racism...