VOLUME THREE AVAILABLE NOW

Isa is an American teen living in Christ Church, she dreams of living in Europe and making music. Her life is an adventure and there is always the option for, “Just one more,”.

Posts contributed to by Isa Denney Strother

ME TOO

Writing by Various Contributors // Illustration by Helena Ravenne

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I Am Not Your Argument

Writing by Isa Denney Strother // Photograph by Lais Azevedo // Even if it doesn’t directly affect you, remember that your opinions and choices relating to gender (and sexuality!) can directly affect and influence those around you.

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Why We Need Positive First Time Stories

Writing by Isa Denney Strother // Photographs by Irena Munteanu // First times can be enlightening. A moment when you feel the closest to your partner, like you’re a part of them and they’re a part of you.

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Taking Care of Yourself is Hard

Writing by Isa Strother // Photograph by Ida A // Taking care of yourself is hard work. It’s hard to remember that you’re just as important as the people around you, and that you need to come first sometimes.

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To My Gentle Being, My Careful Friend

Writing by Isa Denney Strother // Photograph by Sara Lorusso // I am 16 and I think I’ve been in love. It’s not something that I need, it’s not something that I wanted; it’s something that’s just happened and now it’s here, I don’t want to let it go again. To love my gentle being; love my careful friend.

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The Ins and Outs of Peer Pressure

Writing by Isa Denney Strother // Photograph by Ira Limon //It’s always okay to be comfortable with yourself and your choices and peer pressure shouldn’t ever put you in a place where you feel you can’t say no.

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Include LGBTQIA Kids in Education

Writing by Isa Denney Strother // Photograph by Fanny Ashkenazi // Far too often, LGBTQ+ kids are forgotten in our education system; they are excluded in the lessons we are trying to impart on our kids.

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Tips to Ease Stress

Writing by Isa Denney Strother // Illustrations by Jordyn McGeachin // Stress is a strangling feeling for me. It’s a choking, gurgling, bleeding feeling. It’s a lost in a crowd and pained feeling.

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Dear Anxiety

Writing by Isa Denney Strother // Photograph by Del Santana // Anxiety, please, just let me grow up and learn from my mistakes. You cannot keep me safe from everything! Sometime, I’ll just have to trip and fall down a hill, or get a little too close to the edge and give myself a fright, but I’ll trust I’ll be alright.

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On Being Sad

Writing by Isa Denney Strother // Photograph by Chiara Baldassarri // I know what it’s like to be sad, to feel hopeless and lost (after all, I’m a teenager. No one get’s upset like teenagers do). I don’t know what I’m doing in this world, but I do know that I’m going to do something.

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16

Writing by Isa Denney Strother // Photograph by Sofy Brinister 

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Skin, Blood, and Bones

Writing by Isa Denney Strother // Photograph by Tiziana Gualano // A body is a soul holder, a brain machine, an automobile for your thoughts, a printing press for your mind. Each body has infinite potential; it starts as a blank canvas and later can portray your whole aesthetic.

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Movies From Another Time

Writing by Isa Strother // I can relate to the characters from other times just as much, if not more, than the ones from movies released only months ago.

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