Interview of Shira Barzilai by Andy Reyes // My Instagram is a daily source of gratification, when I engage with my followers and other artists daily. Seeing the inspiration excites me. Knowing that there is a positive influence towards exploring creativity is exhilarating to me.Read More
Interview of Shivangi Singh by Rati Pandey // My relatives character-assassinated me when I was just a kid. They left no stone unturned to make my life miserable just because I was a girl who dared.Read More
Interview of Molly by Andy Reyes // When going into therapy, keep in mind that you are in charge of your therapy journey. You should feel comfortable yet challenged by your therapist. If you don’t like them, shop around. There are many types of therapists and we all have our own personal qualities that we bring into the room.Read More
Interview of Kimmy by Amanda Attanayake // After all these experiences, all I can say is that people who have the same skin particularity as me should just accept it and live peacefully with it.Read More
Interview of Tilly by Amanda Attanayake // The topics I like to explore in my art are Mother Nature, the human mind, political agendas and statements that we don’t truly know much about but still acknowledge that they’re present.Read More
Interview of Ramona Sharples by Freya Bennett // One of the things I treasure about my experience transitioning is that I had to learn how to make an enormous life change in the face of extraordinary pressure not to.
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 Noora Dastournezhad by Freya Bennett // What I love about being a girl and a woman is that no matter how long they’ve wanted to shut us down and tell us we don’t matter we keep fighting and anything we do becomes an act of rebellion.Read More
Interview of Meredith by Freya Bennett // In five years I hope that I am working for a magazine who’s main mission is to empower teenage girls. I hope to work for a magazine that does this through fashion, art, and activism.