SEXtember 2021: Accept and A-Peach-iate
Image graphic design credit: Tam Tran
Many of us thought 2020 would be the end of COVID-19. But, girl, weren’t we wrong. With us now well into the sixth lockdown in Victoria, tensions are rising, hate is brewing, and we often forget about the most important ingredients in life: love and acceptance.
That’s why this year’s SEXtember is a lot about learning, and a lot more about appreciating. You’ll read pieces about deep personal experiences, or which challenge views among the international student community. We’re also collaborating with the amazing team from 1800 My Options so be on the lookout for this during the coming weeks.
Want more to read in the meantime? Check out our past year’s SEXtember articles, including Faith’s discussion of international students’ experiences with consent, Jason’s list of boy and girl love series, and our important collaboration with Living Positive Victoria talking about international student Carlos who was diagnosed with HIV.
You can just search “Sextember” on our website and find yourself deep into the hole of Meld’s discussions about queerness, love, sex and identity. – Jason H
Stay Safe, Stay Home, and Happy Reading.
If you have a story or experience that you’d like to share with Meld (even if you wish to remain anonymous), please get in touch by sending an email to us at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject header ‘SEXtember 2021’. A Meld representative will be in touch with you if we want to feature your story!
Special thank you to Tam Tran for designing this year’s peachy logo!