BIO

Lindsay King-Miller’s writing has appeared in Glamour Magazine, Bitch Magazine, Cosmopolitan.com, Vice.com, and numerous other publications.  She lives in Denver with her partner, their daughter, and two very spoiled cats. She is the author of Ask A Queer Chick (Plume, 2016). You can follow her on Twitter @askaqueerchick.

Lindsay King-Miller's Articles

I have to reject self-loathing when it arrives in the guise of self-care, and that means I have to opt out of skin care culture.

Skin Care Talk Is The New Diet Talk (And I Hate It)

People talk about skin care like it’s fun — a way to relax. But for me, the very idea opens onto a black hole of self-loathing.
Lindsay King-Miller of Role Reboot    |   05.3.18 12am   |   SHARE
My hope is that by the time she actually starts her period, she’ll be very comfortable expressing her needs.

Normalizing Menstruation: Why I Talk About My Period To My 2-Year-Old Daughter

I just tell my daughter the truth about my period: I have PMS, my back is killing me, and we’re going to eat a lot of chocolate.
Lindsay King-Miller of Role Reboot    |   04.26.18 12am   |   SHARE
Sonya Renee Taylor

How Can We Make Body Love Radical Again?

Brands getting in on the body love game might be a positive sign, but in and of itself it is not radical. We need to make body love radical again!
Lindsay King-Miller    |   04.18.18 12am   |   SHARE
What will we say to our children about guns? I can’t stand to tell my daughter that the way we live now is the only way.

I Know How I’m Going To Talk To My Daughter About Sex, But Not About Guns

She will deal with the repercussions of other people’s dysfunctional relationship with guns, whether she chooses to or not.
Lindsay King-Miller of Role Reboot    |   01.26.18 12am   |   SHARE
It might seem frivolous to those who feel right at home being called "mom" or "dad," but many queer parents agonize over what their children will call them.

Not All Parents Are "Mom" Or "Dad" 

While it might seem frivolous to those who feel right at home in the titles "mom" or "dad," many queer parents agonize over what they want their children to call them.
Lindsay King-Miller    |   01.23.18 12am   |   SHARE