My name is Tessa Fox, and I’ve lived on this planet for over thirty years. In that time, I’ve accumulated a number of experiences, which have led to many opinions, and some vague sense of what it is to be a human on this planet–at least, what it is to be this human.
I started this blog to express my unique perspective as a queer, kinky, nerdy individual. My own sex life and experiences are unique, and I want to share what I’ve learned and why it brings me such joy. As a culture, we’ve spent a lot of time pretending sexuality doesn’t exist publicly while pursuing it, often to the detriment of ourselves and others, and I want to shed a little light on what sexuality can be. I find sexuality fascinating, and I believe it can be so much more diverse, transformative, and even revolutionary when we choose not to be ashamed of it.
While there are discussions here of science fiction, queer life, and other innocuous or non-explicit topics, this blog deals largely with sexuality and kink. If this is something that makes you uncomfortable, or if you’re under 18, then this may not be the earthling blog for you.
I have a BA in literature and writing, and have had my work featured on Offbeat Home. I’m passionately fond of science fiction and fantasy, especially Star Trek, and these things have in turned influenced both my writing and my life.
I identify as a pansexual cis-woman, using she/her pronouns, as well as a full-time submissive. My partner and dominant is a feminine-leaning non-binary person who also uses she/her pronouns. I have a formal diagnosis of depression and anxiety, and an informal diagnosis of autism, all of which has impacted my sexuality and life in ways I probably don’t even realize.