Writing by Haylee Penfold // photograph by Marta Nørgaard // For a lot of people with chronic illnesses, telling the person you’re on a date with can be terrifying because you don’t want to be treated differently.Read More
Writing and artwork by Jessie Li // My flaws do not make me any less valuable or any less capable or any less worthy of love. I am so much more. I am proud of who I am, and I am grateful for my body.Read More
Writing by Maria Emrides // Illustration by Freya Bennett // Intimacy isn’t just skin to skin contact, it’s sharing part of yourself and your energy and all of those things deserve to be mirrored by someone who values connection in the same way you do. So take the time to define what it means to you first, and let it be worth waiting for.
Writing and artwork by Tatum Van Dam // The phrase “that’s not ladylike” became a recurring statement throughout my childhood, despite the fact that most of these not-so-lady-like actions came as derivatives from growing up in a household predominantly filled with boys.Read More
Writing by The Big Sister Experience // Practice Self-love – self-love means different things to different people. But to the Big Sisters, the concept of self-love means recognising you have a voice; differing values, opinions and desires to your peers, and having the strength to use this voice
Interview of Ella by Zadie McCracken // I learnt to embrace the certain stages in my cycle. For example, if I’m in “winter” and I just don’t want to see anyone, I’ll take some time to myself, make a tea and watch some Gilmore Girls.Read More
Writing by Claire Wastell edited by Sandy Hsu // Photograph by 林偉偉 // Despite our ever evolving and accepting society, people with disabilities are still not completely tolerated in our day and age.Read More
Writing by Andy Reyes // Photograph by Lais Azevedo // Abortion should not be illegal. It is a human right and the laws have to be thoroughly analyzed so that more women have that right to choose what to do with their own bodies.Read More