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By Sofia Barrett-Ibarria illustrated by Lia Kantrowitz. For queer people, sex, dating, and relationships generally look and work differently than they do for straight couples. Polyamory, sexual fluidity, and other nontraditional romantic configurations are commonplace in many queer communities, and depending on where you live, queer social circles can be small and close-knit, changing the way relationships and breakups operate. Stereotypes about “U-Hauling” or L-Word -level relationship drama can be harmful and tend to pathologize same-sex partnerships between women as being overly emotional or codependent. Moving in with a partner you’ve just met probably isn’t a great move, but i... Full story

16 May