The problem with AfterEllen, and why we still need queer spaces online
Erica Lenti

Thank you for this. Our stories are not tokens to be cashed in for cheap clicks and superficial, hyper-sexualized excitement. It’s more important than ever to support those queer spaces who are committed to telling our realities; that includes showing financial support if one is able.

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