Interview of Sammy Rae by Jessie Li // Be patient with yourself. Don’t give up. Work hard. Review what you’ve done and always strive to get better with every show. And lean on the people around you, especially if you’re starting a band. Don’t be afraid to ask for support.Read More
Interview and photographs of Hayley by Jessie Li // I grew up wanting to be a marine biologist (like half the kids in Florida honestly). I championed manatee rights as a fifth grader with little petitions I’d force my classmates to sign and started a Save the Manatee Club at my high school. So from the start, I’ve had this concern for the environment and for our oceans tapped into the front of my head.Read More
Interview of Gillian by Meredith Poirier // Exposing young girls to filtered bodies and faces gives them all these unrealistic expectations of beauty that aren’t just on billboards or in commercials, but now on their social media feed every day.Read More
Interview of Lauren Pazzano by Meredith Poirier // My grandma is probably my most notable inspiration. She’s honestly such a badass. She is so loving and thoughtful while also being such a hard worker that is so sure of herself, and wildly self-sufficient.Read More
Interview of Emilia by Amanda Attanayake // Being a teenager now is amazingly terrifying! There are so many things that concern me at the moment, women’s rights, climate change, inhumane immigration laws -the list goes on- but hopefully if we can rally all young people and educate them on the issues that face us todayRead More
Interview of Ishita by Amanda Attanayake // The majority of the women in my country are expected to leave jobs and work at home after getting married, and are often disrespected because their work seems to not add to the income. If women were paid for the care work and domestic labour that they do, they would make 39% of India’s GDP.Read More
Interview of Mayumi Leclerc by Naila Karim // Feminism to me is a way I can express myself and my beliefs that everyone, no matter where you are from or whatever your sexual orientation, should live in harmony.
Interview of Alexandra Chang by Savannah Mullings-Johnson // Photos by Little Drill // Women get to play dress up every day! Although there’s nothing wrong with men’s clothing, I feel like wearing a suit or a striped shirt every day would get very boring very quickly.Read More