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 Anonymous // Photograph by Dorine Damofli // For two years, I had not stopped to look at myself and question what I wanted, what was best for me, or what I was comfortable with, which inspired my decision for 2018: no sex at all.
Writing by Toni Stanger // Photograph by Nadia Bautista // Every time I thought about it – which was every second of the day– let’s be honest – it made my heart race and struck me with immense panic. Could I be gay? I didn’t know if it was true. But I knew I didn’t want it to be.Read More
Writing by Kim Koelmeyer // Photograph by Nadia Bautista // Almost all of us will go through a breakup, and the first one can hit hard. But it’s also an opportunity for reflection, evaluation, and learning lessons that will stay with you forever, even if the person who broke your heart doesn’t.Read More
Writing by Adrienne Grey // Photograph by Toni Antonia // Just about everything he did was a trigger, and it was torturous… I would talk to my best friend about it, debate whether I should tell him or not. I didn’t want to seem like a victim or a poor, helpless girl. It wasn’t his fault. It wasn’t his burden to carry.
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Writing by Sophie Rose // Photograph by Paolo Barretta // I have no idea where it’s going, but for once, it doesn’t really matter. I’m getting the opportunity to get to know someone again, with a clean slate and also an existing degree of affection and familiarity.Read More
Writing by Haylee Penfold // Photograph by Paolo Barretta // As my interest in literature become more influential, I began to regain a respectful interest on the topic of love – it’s hard not to when you indulge in the creations of writers like Jane Austen.Read More
Writing by Sinead Simpkins // Photograph by Chiara Cappetta // My advice for those who are in a similar situation is that you need to be accepting of yourself. You’re the only one that can define what being a bisexual (or gay or straight) means to you.Read More