Category Archives: My Journey

What Heartbreak Is and Isn’t (For Me)

Heartbreak isn’t something I’ve historically understood when it comes to romantic love. Though other types of heartache I understood, romantic love felt hollow, so any loss of a romantic situation left me simply shrugging my shoulders and saying, “Whatever…” My … Continue reading

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Be Humble, Be Vulnerable

Humans are strange. No doubt about it. Overall, we deny our own needs out of pride or fear or shame or guilt, and we fill our lives with useless clutter instead. When I look at my dogs, they don’t do that … Continue reading

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F@#k More

These past few weeks have been hell. The one time when I can be sure my depression will come back is when I’m sick. And it did, as I knew it would. But this last bit of ick has also … Continue reading

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Consent is Sexy

Consent is vital to SinCyr’s mission. Not just consent, but informed and enthusiastic consent. As a company, we see a lot of stories–and real-life scenarios–that are okay with blurry communication, unclear context, implied consent, pressuring people to the point they … Continue reading

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Agency and Orgasms

Today, I asked D for something that even now, sounds a bit wonky even for me. And I was the one asking! But I’ve come to realize over these last fourish years that I know what I need to heal … Continue reading

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Loving to My Fullest Capacity

Death has been on mind a lot lately. No, I’m not dying. Not any more than the rest of you anyway. But I’ve had a lot of reminders lately about how precious life is. Not only have I learned that some … Continue reading

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Soul Food

Today, I went to a workshop where we focused on what we want to bring into our lives over the next year, then we created vision boards. I’ve done this sort of thing before, but this time it was different. … Continue reading

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