Writing and Illustrations by Tara Presnell // As society, it’s becoming more and more clear that we need to change to the way we think about plastic. There needs to be a greater push for in-depth investigation into the health risks. Exactly what concentrations of chemicals are safe for human consumption – is this different for children?Read More
Writing by Sinead Simpkins // Photograph by Chiara Cappetta // While the negative experiences of being a woman participating in politics can be horrible, I do try and look at the positives. I believe in the importance of participation in politics.
Writing by Wen Hsiao // Taiwan has always been traditional in the past, where sexual behaviors prior to marriage, or even the act of dating in high school was shunned heavily; Nowadays, the dark cloud of conservancy has finally cleared up, and the youth has been able to see the world in a different light.Read More
Writing by Haylee Penfold // I’ve always had an admiration for tattoos and this increased after I got my own. After the significant meaning I had connected to the small ink on my body, I wonder what story hides behind other people’s tattoos.Read More
Writing by Elena Mitchell // Illustration by Justine Sarlat // The Victorian Highlands are currently being logged. Wondrous flowering trees that stand taller than any other are being sacrificed to allow for a minority tree-harvesting industry to stay afloat.Read More
Writing by Freya Bennett // Photograph by Mara Saiz // I want to talk about the other side of loss. The side that is okay. The side that isn’t often talked about because we are meant to remain sad, devastated victims.Read More