From the Bedroom to the Ballot Box


No one asked us but the answer is yes, you should be taking a daily multivitamin.

It’s no secret that we are all about empowering you with confidence in the bedroom and your daily life but we have something important to say. Vote now. Play later. That’s right everyone, we are hitting pause on play-time to say that your voice needs to be heard and your vote matters.

The 2020 election may be the most critical of our lifetimes in determining the future of our nation- and the future of our fight for full LGBTQ+ equality and acceptance in the United States and around the world.

Over the last two years, the Trump administration has repealed key protections for transgender students, appointed two new anti-equality justices to the US Supreme Court, banned transgender troops from serving openly in the military, and repeatedly pushed policies that would open the door to discrimination against LGBTQ people in healthcare, housing, public accommodations and other aspects of life under the guise of "religious liberty." This election will determine whether the Trump administration's attacks on LGBTQ rights are allowed to continue - or whether we begin the work of restoring our democracy. And while the stakes couldn't be higher, for LGBTQ people, in particular, there also could not be a greater opportunity to make a change. The time to take action is now so, we’ve put together these quick and easy tips to help you make a plan to vote.

Vote with Confidence

Get registered or make updates Need to register to vote? Need to make updates to your voter registration? It’s easy! Find Voter Registration Deadline by state or how to make the necessary changes.

Vote by mail

Many people choose to vote in-person on Election Day itself, but more and more people are opting to avoid in-person voting due to concerns about the coronavirus pandemic. You can now apply online to receive a mail-in ballot But, be careful. Voting by mail is safe and secure — and your ballot will be counted — but you must follow the guidelines and regulations set out for completing and submitting your mail-in ballot.

Vote early

If you don’t want to go through the process of requesting and submitting a mail-in ballot, you can vote in-person during early voting. In most years, early voting sites are less crowded with fewer people and shorter lines than on Election Day. Check your local Voting Registrars website for more information on dates, times, and location of voting centers.

Voting is self-care so get out there and let your voice be heard!

Until things start to pick up, make the most out of your open calendar by reconnecting with friends who you are typically too busy for.