Dishing with Di: Sexuality

Never fear, pseudo-doctor Di Daniels is here! My diagnosis? You’re completely normal. Breathe a sigh of relief and relax. Almost everyone experiences something that makes them question their sexuality, if even for a moment.

Five things not to say to a bisexual person

Labels are often used to cope with the binary system we’ve created to view sexuality, so it’s most helpful to talk to your queer friends about what their sexuality means to them rather than making assumptions based on harmful stereotypes.

I’m asexual… and yes, I have sex

At the end of the day, dating as an ace is hard. A lot of people just don’t understand. But I find the best way to get past it is just take everything with a grain of salt and stay true to yourself. And lots of cake. That helps too.

Dear Di (memorable massage)

If you want to get in the mood, don’t underestimate the importance of ambience. Think dimmed lighting or candles, their favourite music in the background, and their choice of beverage.

Let them eat cake

U of O students talk about what it means to be asexual, and the challenges that come hand in hand with identifying with this misunderstood branch of human sexuality.