Writing by Rinny Power // Photograph by Arianna Ceccarelli // While this article has been a bit depressing, I hope that you can identify the privileges that you experience and act accordinglyRead More
Writing by Selena Vo // I am not an artist and you don’t have to be to draw. My passion doesn’t come from my talent, but it comes from deep inside of me, because I am doing what I love doing the most.
Writing by Nita // Illustration by Rupika Rangaswami // Although you may find many young Iranian women who are strong enough to gain her rights, she probably did not pass comfortably in her youth.Read More
Writing by Luize Scott // Illustration by Arielle Jennings // When did whitewashing become a consumable trend in dolls again? I thought we were past this. I still have my original doll with gorgeous dark caramel skin and that was from the 90’s. Why is whitewashing happening in 2018?Read More
Writing by Sophie Rose // Photography by Amin Sharifi // CW: Rape I think it’s the intimacy and the beauty and the pain and the joy that I associate with love. The trauma has dulled those emotions for me.
Writing by Rinny Power // Photograph by Catarina Inacio // So now we know that I think it’s fair to say gender roles suck, toxic masculinity is trash and these things impact society and individuals in truly horrific ways.Read More
Writing by Meggie Royer // Photograph by Julie Young // In October 1999, Maggie Wardle, a student at Kalamazoo College in Michigan, was shot and killed by a former boyfriend, Neenef Odah, a day after he learned that she attended their school’s homecoming dance with another man.
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 Zadie McCracken // Illustration by Sofie Birkin // The way we would hurt each other, accidentally or on purpose.We would make groups and cut each other out of them, spread rumours, scowling, whispering, teasing. It was fun, and intoxicating, and destructive, and dangerous.Read More