Savannah Mullings-Johnson is a bubbly nineteen year old who advocates feminism, reading and equality for the LGBT community. Savannah is a lover of Country music, bands, reading, the smell of lemons, comic books and fluffy puppies. She is an avid reader, blogger and journalist who believes that every girl should defy the norm and aspire to be whatever their heart desires. You can often find her on her blog, or twitter @itssavvyyy6.
Posts contributed to by Savannah Mullings-Johnson
Writing by Savannah Mullings-Johnson // Photograph by Karen Davis // Most importantly, women are more susceptible to contracting STDs than men. They are also less likely to show symptoms than men which puts them at further risk.Read More
Interview of Abi by Savannah Mullings-Johnson // Born and raised in Texas, moved to California at the age of 11, and now living in Nashville! I grew up listening to country and doing a bunch of musical theatre, so performing and singing country became second nature and my biggest passion at a young age.Read More
Writing by Savannah Mullings-Johnson // Now for those of you wondering if Crazy Rich Asians is based on a true story, well the simplest answer is no, and yes. Although there is no real life Rachel & Nick, the film is based around author Kevin Kwan’s life.Read More
Writing by Savannah Mullings-Johnson // Photograph by Arianna Ceccareli // You should know that I am an intersectional feminist but let’s be honest, if we got married, so are you. Being a feminist does not mean that I hate men, I mean seriously?Read More
Writing by Savannah Mullings-Johnson // Illustration by Helena Ravenne // Thousands of slaves attempted to escape their torment, in fact there were a minimum of 250 American slave rebellions between 1619-when the first set of enslaved Africans were brought to America and 1865.Read More
Writing by Savannah Mullings-Johnson // Photograph by Tina Negara // I’ve spent the last few days really evaluating my self and my future. Where do I go from here? I gave my entire being to my job and my apprenticeship, and now I feel like I have nothing. I knew losing a job would happen to me eventually, just not right at the start of my career.Read More
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
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 Prima J by Savannah Mullings-Johnson // We actually love knowing young girls look up to us! We’re definitely not perfect, but I think the biggest message we try to convey is to be yourself! Love yourself!
Review by Savannah Mullings-Johnson // Accompanied by a stunning, cinematic video, Legends tells the story of a couple who fall in love, get married, have a child *you know the whole fairy-tale* until one day their happy ending comes to an abrupt finish.Read More
Writing by Savannah Mullings-Johnson // Photograph by Toni Antonia // Young black girls began to claim they too wanted to be gymnasts and swimmers. It was quite beautiful to watch blossom and see all these little faces light up; they finally had someone to look up to who looked like them.Read More
Writing by Savannah Mullings-Johnson // Photograph by Chiara Baldassarri // Individuality = the quality or character of a particular person or thing that distinguishes them from others of the same kind, especially when strongly marked.Read More
Writing by Savannah Mullings-Johnson // Photograph by Ira Limon // Every morning when I wake up, I think of all the different things I can do during the day that can help me become a better version of the person I was yesterday.Read More
Writing by Savannah Mullings-Johnson // Photograph by Agus Cabaleiro // It wasn’t until I turned 16 that I finally had my clichéd light bulb moment and realised I was strong and had no reason to not be proud of who I am.Read More