If you are anything like us, you woke up this morning to yet another twist from the Swerve Series saga: A new trailer for Season 3 was dropped and announced it's final season will air next month! Hooray! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4oLGwfSwL9I&feature=youtu.be The web series produced by SKG Films, starring Sharon Belle, Winny Clarke, and Conni… Continue reading Swerve Series: The Rollercoaster Ride to Season 3
Fact: Some people experience little to no sexual attraction to another human being. This is the basic definition of asexuality. Asexuality, like every other sexual orientation and gender identity, is a complex label given to a group of people who simply do not look at another person and have a desire to sleep with… Continue reading Pride Talks: Lets Talk About (A)Sex(uality), Baby!
If you have been following Queer Quality since January, you have seen us talk a great deal about the upcoming queer digital series called Kait & Nic. Six months later, the first two episodes of this four part mini series have finally been released on YouTube, making it's debut appropriately in the middle of Pride Month.… Continue reading Kait & Nic: The Queer Web Series You Didn’t Know You Needed
For far too long, topics like queer sexuality and mental health have been stigmatized in mainstream media. Often when our community has seen characters who identify as LGBTQ+, that also happen to have a backstory involving mental illness, the plot involving this character quickly becomes problematic. If a queer character exists with a past history… Continue reading Q & A: “Swerve” Series Talks Mental Health & Season 3
It's an alarming fact: Bisexual individuals have the worst mental health within the LGBTQ+ community. It has been reported that 40% of bisexual people have, at some point in their life, considered or attempted suicide. Furthermore, bisexual people tend to suffer from anxiety, depression and alcohol abuse at double the rate of non-bi identifying members… Continue reading Nicole Pacent: How Bi-Erasure Leads to Mental Health Trouble for the Bisexual Community