January is National Stalking Awareness Month

By TJ Acena, PQ Monthly

While the actual definitions of stalking, legal or otherwise, vary the Stalking Resource Center defines it as “a course of conduct directed at a specific person that would cause a reasonable person to feel fear.” Some …

On the market…unattached and hunting?

The PQ New Year Singles Cover Contest 2016!

While winding down our 2015, PQ thought we would turn things back up by putting to vote the hottest singles? Winners will be featured in our January 2016 Edition.

Remember our mission at PQ …

The Conscious Approach to Lesbian Dating and Relationships

As lesbian dating and relationship coaches and the founder of Conscious Girlfriend (www.consciousgirlfriend.com), we aim to support all lesbians and queer women.

By Ruth L. Schwartz, Ph.D. & Michelle Murrain, Ph.D.
Courtesy of GLAPN

“Are you interested in a conscious approach to lesbian …

Racism and the Gay Scene

By TJ Acena, PQ Monthly

FS, a gay health and life magazine in the U.K., called on gay men to share their thoughts and experiences with racism within the gay scene and released two articles based on their answers. Unfortunately this …

How It Happens

Michael J. This Ends Badly

By Mike Schneider, PQ Monthly

This is how it happens: you look at Scruff one day, having been single for three years, single at 41. All of these faces scrolling by. Some familiar ones occasionally post new photos, where maybe they …

See Right Through You: The Case for Transparency

Michael J. This Ends Badly

By Michael James Schneider, PQ Monthly

Walking down Broadway, I shuffled along, staring at the sidewalk and musing on the possible titles of my inevitable, boring memoir: “My Cat Is The Handsomest: Thoughts On Dying Alone By Michael James Schneider.” “Sir, …

The Secret Life of Summer Seasons

Dating a Drag Queen is Serious Business

By Summer Lynne Seasons, PQ Monthly

When I first started doing drag, my drag mother would always say to me, “Everyone loves a drag queen, but nobody falls in love with them.” It seemed like …