Content note: reference to rape & PTSD
Welcome back to G4RL’s collaborative posts with ‘Sexual Confidence & Messy Minds’. Allow me to introduce Abigail, relationship development manager and commander of pub conversations on sexuality.
At G4RL, we want what your grandmother always wanted for you: a right, royal rogering. Regrettably, it’s come to our attention that some of you are having bang average sex. We need to open up a conversation about sexual confidence and your precious, chaotic minds.
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Immediately, you regret angrily throwing out the lingerie. Well-fitting lingerie might be as rare as enduring love.
Later, you’ll question ripping up your sketch of him too. You had drawn him from a photograph, smiling in serenity, resting topless in your lap. Those two objects signify who you truly are: sensitive, sensual and strong. Those qualities belong to you. They are yours to treasure and share with the world. These are your gifts, even if they were once viewed through someone else’s eyes.
The balance of perspective takes time.
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A tale as old as time and as true as it can be. Barely even friends, then somebody sends an Outlook calendar invitation to lunch at Pret A Manger.
We love workplace romances. They give us countless sit-com storylines. There you are, flirting by the water cooler and sharing Cats That Look Like Hitler.
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Nikki was interviewed for The Panoptic about G4RL. Finn McRedmond perfectly captured the values and aims of the movement. Her interview is a concise, thoughtful introduction to G4RL’s mission statement. So if you’ve ever wondered what the crackers this “realistic love” is and why we won’t shut up about it, read the full interview below.
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Content note: rape, emotional abuse, suicide, self-harm, eating disorders.
Welcome back to G4RL’s collaborative posts and ‘A Tale of Two Survivors’. Allow me to introduce a remarkable woman, Tess. She’s a User Experience Researcher by day and a Broadway musical star by night. You can find her over on Instagram, where she refuses to let the Inhaling Seagull meme die.
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Imagine life is a video game called Emotional Development. Sure, the title ain’t snappy, but the graphics are great. In this game, you play out romantic entanglements. You can only ‘level up’ when you’ve grown positively from your experiences. Think of G4RL as the online instruction manual. People refuse to read it and wonder why they’ve been left on read by Brad at Level Two.
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