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Robin Zabiegalski

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Robin Zabiegalski (they/them) is a queer, non-binary writer and movement instructor. They are currently a Health and Wellness Features Writer for Static Media, and their writing has been published on xoJane, Heavy.com, Health Digest, Glam, Kinkly, The Establishment, Sexual Being, The Tempest, and other digital media publications.

When Robin isn't writing they can be found practicing or teaching yoga, training or teaching Muay Thai and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, playing Fortnite with their partner or chasing their rambunctious preschooler.

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ARTICLES BY ROBIN ZABIEGALSKI

We often think of sex work as exchanging sex or sexual content for money. It's actually so much more.

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Ever wondered which states are the kinkiest? You might be surprised by who comes out on top.

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Despite the overturning of Roe v. Wade in 2022, the number of people accessing abortion has continued to rise. We dig into why.

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Respecting people's pronouns matters, but it doesn't amount to truly respecting their gender identity.

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Ethical porn companies are leading the way when it comes to safer sex practices that all of us can learn from.

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The Sweet Spot burlesque show aims to educate and empower through their sexy shows.

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Having separate words can allow queer folks to feel like they fit. This writer explains how they found their own labels and what that meant.

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Having a trans-friendly experience at the gynecologist isn't a given - these tips can help.

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Your sex life will change after starting testosterone therapy. Here are a few things that might happen.

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There's no denying that queer people need queer spaces but sometimes those spaces can be hard to navigate for people who don't look the part.

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Consent is an important concept. Here's how to talk to your kids about giving and obtaining consent.

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Americans tend to believe that physicality should be reserved for only the closest relationships: family and partners. That can leave some people starved for touch.

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Birth control side effects taught me how to take charge, ask questions and ensure that I get a prescription that works for me.

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Is all porn ... porn? Sure, but feminist porn is still different.

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There are so many things I wish I'd known before those early sexual encounters with my girlfriends. Here's what I learned the hard way.

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