Queer Living

In this section, I’ll explore queer identity and politics, as well as spotlighting my favorite queer creatives!

I don't know if it's just a Utah thing, but throughout the year there are various "Parade of Homes" taking place across the state. Park City Parade of Homes, Salt Lake Parade of Homes, Utah Valley Parade of Homes, all the way down I-15,...
This is kind of embarrassing to admit, but I listen to the same songs over and over and over again. I recently asked for song recommendations over on my Facebook page, because I find looking for new music kind of stressful, TBQH.
Welcome to a new series on The Huntswoman, where I interview and spotlight some of my favorite LGBT creators. Be they musicians, models, photographers, dancers, composers, artists or some combination of the above, my goal is to share magical people with you! Kicking...
I recently shared a few blog posts about preparing for a boudoir photography shoot and a recent session I did in Salt Lake City, and I so appreciate the overwhelmingly positive response I received to these posts! As the DMs poured in on instagram,...
I am QUITE the advocate for boudoir photo sessions, because I know that boudoir photography can be an incredibly empowering experience. I recently wrote a post about how to find and prepare for a boudoir session here, and today I'm going to share my photos with...
There's a joke in the LGBTQ+ community, that dating after you come out is like going through junior high again. Growing up, the non-LGBTQ folks got their awkward dating jitters out in junior high and high school. Freak outs over texting, awkward crush confessionals,...
. CW: Discussion of weight, weight loss, body image, etc. I like to host "Ask Me Anything" sessions on my Instagram every once and a while, and recently a reader asked, "Do you wear Spanx?" I got that...
We all know mental healthcare in the US sucks, and this blog post is all about how I fought the system. Below, I've shared the backstory on how I was diagnosed, as well as a whole timeline on why it took me a year to get...
I've been debating about sharing this post, mostly because I worry about coming across as snobbish when it comes to my goals. But then, I figure if folks don't like my goals they can go hang out with another blogger on the internet. ...
WHEW! 2019 was quite a year for me. Before I get into creating a vision board for the coming year or planning/sharing my goals, I go back through the previous year. Section One: Step-By-Step Guide to Reviewing the Year
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