@Bonditos

About how they’re doing and what they’re doing about it, but also longer pieces with questions sent in by users or by us to the community.

The first queer book festival: proud, diverse and original

“I always forgot who brought it up first, but one of us brought up the…

To Every Touch, There is a Meaning:

Our personal codes make sending touches more fun and useful Me and my boyfriend, Francisco,…

Pride During COVID: the Queer Community asks itself if it stays inside or goes out?

This past March, the United States passed its one-year anniversary with the coronavirus pandemic, mask…

Modern Love Languages and Examples from the Bondito Community

Oh, the languages of love. Known traditionally as touch, quality time, affirming words, gifts, and…

Dungeons and Dragons and Friends

How playing a weekly game can form and strengthen. Even if you and your friends…

Love in A Bell Jar: Why We All Need The One That Got Away

Ironically, perhaps, the one that got away has always been there for me. This is the story of how we met, how I let her go, and why she matters.

Quarantine Confessions from our Bonditos: Being Okay with it All

Our Bondito’s Quarantine Secrets  Quarantine was bound to be a little bit messy. Even the…

From the Bottom of Our Heart: Bonditos Share Their Best Life & Love Advice

This past year has been a lot. And when we log on Instagram, it seems like everyone around us is coping better than we are: getting fit, getting married or just getting really great at baking.

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The ZOOM Class of 2020

The Life of a University Student During the 2020 Pandemic. ZOOM, socializing and how the distance manifested in the community.

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Is Sex and the City Still Relatable to Gen Zs?

As a ​Sex and the City revival was announced, I couldn’t help but wonder how the show would land in 2021. Would Gen Zs find it as relatable as Millenials? I put my investigator coat on and started my search.