Interview of Mary Sarah by Savannah Mullings-Johnson // I’d say the most important things are knowing who you are, loving and truly knowing why you do what you do, and surrounding yourself with people who believe in you more than you believe in yourself!Read More
Interview of Jacinta Gonzalez by Alice Fairweather // I always think it’s so interesting because when I was young I rejected being a woman, because I wanted to be more like my brothers. But then when I got older I completely switched, and I just thought ‘I’m fucking awesome for being a woman and I’m going to embrace it’, and finally I have!Read More
Interview of Steph Tzanetis by Alice Fairweather // I believe that I’m a passionate person, that’s what I feel driving me behind everything I do, especially my work! I actually consider myself a bit of an introvert in many ways, maybe what you would call an outgoing introvert?
Interview of Thea Pettifer by Freya Bennett // I have always loved being part of movements and Ramona to me is a movement of culture and youth. Ramona presents itself as this platform where young girls and women can go to express themselves freely, without judgment and seek empowerment in their struggles and triumphs.Read More
Interview of Sid Marcos by Freya Bennett // I got this idea as a kid that being disabled meant that you should hate your body and yourself. But I didn’t feel that way—I didn’t hate my body, I didn’t hate myself, and, in fact, I really liked being disabled.Read More
Interview of Saniya Rohida by Richa Gupta // I am lucky enough to be friends with a few brilliant poets who are constantly and consistently addressing issues in their poetry that would be considered taboo in the Indian society. I have almost always written exclusively for myself, as a way of communicating with my mind, to have a conversation with myself.Read More
Interview of Gina Biver by Cecilia Nguyen // I would tell my younger self to be less afraid when asking questions, because that entails a whole lot of aspects in your life that could be made better, if you could just ask and not worry about having to know all the time. That would be my biggest thing, for sure.Read More
Interview of Jyotika Pruthi by Freya Bennett // Every individual has a creative side that needs to be explored as that helps to achieve improved levels of cognition. Our perspective gets broadened and self-confidence is added.Read More