Glitterati Omega, book 2 in the Omega on Top series, explores how gender works in this world--and should make us question our own.
Socialite omega Rupert Cullinan dreams of happy ever after, but Winston Ndoni isn't going to make it easy for him. Preview Glitterati Omega!
Laws banning discussion of sexual orientation and gender identity are front-page news. But they seem to be overreaching on a lot of fronts.
Some folks like to go around threatening to sue over copyright when people "steal" ideas. So, how does copyright work? (Hint: not like that.)
I was recently asked to simply hand out a 5-star rating for a book. No need to read it beforehand! That ... seems pretty shady, imo!
The fox holds a special place in lore around the world, often as a magical or "trickster" character. Why are foxes so darn appealing?
You'd think a guy getting pregnant circumvents the biological essentialist standpoint. But mpreg often has a lot of bio-essentialist stances.
Some people think gender and biological sex are linked. In reality, we kind of made up everything about what makes a man or a woman.
Second wave feminism tried to dismantle more than the first wave. But 50 years on, we're still fixing what the 1960s and '70s got wrong.
We all know the stereotypical omegaverse alpha character: growly, possessive, jealous, and so on. Do all alphas have to be like that though?