At the same time, while it's good to finally be on TikTok, I'm always aware that the platform could ban us at any time.
We live in a world in which information about how to love, care for, and pleasure ourselves is shunned from many online media spaces.
In my work with Cute Little Fuckers, I've always been focused on creating a space where information about sexuality is accessible to everyone. Unfortunately, that sometimes necessitates pushing back against the boundaries our culture has created.
And yes, it's tough, and it's sad that those constraints exist.
But I've always felt strongly that it's worth it.
Claiming space on TikTok feels like a necessary continuation of that work.
And it doesn't hurt that it's also fun.
While I play around on the platform, I want to emphasize that every time you engage with our stuff on TikTok—whether by liking, commenting, or sharing—you send the message that content like ours is wanted and needed.
I look forward to a future where the type of content we create is normalized and praised and safe from censorship.
I believe that, together, we're already creating that future.