a queer-owned digital content agency

Larissa Farrell

My name is Larissa Farrell (she/her). I own and operate LCF Writing Services LLC and offer writing, graphic design, and photography services. 

writing services

As a writer, I am afforded immense and incredible opportunities for connection. I believe words can help create an affirming atmosphere and experience. 

It is my goal as a writer to inform and educate. Professionally, I have the privilege to speak with and learn from many different people. I hope to inspire sex-positive conversations that empower people to shed socially-acquired notions of shame, guilt, and judgment.

In tuning into the queerness of our local communities, I celebrate the incredible journeys of unique individuals, businesses, and organizations. I am energized by the passions of their work – what they care about, where they want to go, and how I may collaborate with them in that process.


design services

As a graphic production artist, I collaborate with you to communicate your message through custom-created visual concepts.

Adobe InDesign
Adobe Photoshop
Adobe Illustrator
Adobe Lightroom
Adobe Acrobat

Have you been meaning to turn that text document into a cohesive PDF? Need help polishing that presentation deck? Are you looking to create custom graphics, diagrams, and fillable forms?

culture and community

As a creative professional, I believe in creating a sex-positive culture that welcomes and supports individuals in the GSRD, LGBTQIA+, kink, BDSM, and polyam communities. I volunteer with the Center for Positive Sexuality along with a sexy team of superheroes fighting the good fight for human rights and social justice through their expansive research, education, outreach, and internship programs.

Here are a few of my posi-sexy portfolio pieces that have been featured in the CPS blog:

Women and Kink: Relationships, Reasons, and Stories
A female-forward book by Jennifer Rehor & Julia Schiffman, Women and Kink engages the powerful voices of individuals in kink to expose a glowing biodiversity of thriving kinksters. Revealing the hows and whys of those in Kink, the book takes a humanizing approach to demystify and unmute those who refuse to accept anything less than full love for themselves and others on our journeys to radical authenticity.
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Sex When You Don't Feel Like It
Sex When You Don't Feel Like It, written by Cyndi Darnell, encourages the reader to embody their physical sensuality & approach with playful curiosity to prioritize & support healthy sexual expression in our lives...Instead of framing our sexual framework within the context of function vs. dysfunction, we are encouraged to explore pleasure in its many facets on our journey to more meaningful, fulfilling lives, in & out of the the sheets.
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50 Years of Polyamory in America: A Guided Tour of a Growing Movement
Fifty Years of Polyamory in America: A Guided Tour of A Growing Movement, written by Glen W. Olson and Terry Lee Brussel-Rogers, is a beautiful homage to many of the early explorers of committed multiple relationships, also known as polyamory, and the many different expressions of this lifestyle choice. This book encourages the reader to reflect on the notions of giving and receiving love, joy, happiness, and connection as we venture through a historical summary of how polyamory has been explored by some of the early adventurers in this relationship style.
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Kinky in the Digital Age
Kinky in the Digital Age: Gay Men’s Subcultures and Social Identities, an insightful book by Liam Wignall, explores digital media and social networking technology as a tool to better develop social and sexual connections rooted in authentic expression with a special emphasis on pup play.
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Yoga as Social Justice: Equality and Equity in Self-Hood
Yoga offers us a universal path – what Patanjali, the grandfather of ashtanga yoga, referred to as sarvabhauma. Practiced outside of any specific religious or spiritual context, yoga is a path of inclusivity – available to everyone, regardless of...
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