Acing It

Asexuality is a part of the LGBTQ+ community I don’t see talked about often, probably because it’s the easiest to hide and/or dismiss. I’d like to talk about it to try and make more people aware that it is a valid identity, partly because I am on the asexuality spectrum myself…

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Happy Pride!

In honor of Pride Month, let’s talk about queerness! As a white cisgender heterosexual female, I often find it hard to relate to or understand the LGBTQ+ community. I do not always feel that I have the authority to interfere or express my opinions or speak on their behalf, and yet I need to be an ally…

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When I Felt Bland and Invisible, Taylor Swift Made Me Feel Seen

Whether you love her, hate her, or are completely indifferent to her, Taylor Swift’s 14-year career has taken many turns both stylistically and personally, but throughout it all she’s seemed to always manage to persevere and rise above. As I was growing up, singing, playing guitar, and feeling like some unrelatable anomaly, Taylor was in the spotlight with her acoustic guitar and her (then) waist-length hair daring to be different, and that both inspired my younger self as well as made me feel validated…

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Other Battles in Activism

If you’re an activist, whether for Black Lives Matter or climate change, you are fighting for more than your cause. You are also fighting for your own motivation to keep going, and battling against fatigue. Sometimes we get into the mind space that what…

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Illegal Drip

Recently, the people living in the United States have been experiencing the ability to partake in a huge historical movement. There have been protests held nationwide for people to take their stance in uniting to support the Black Lives Matter…

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In a Nutshell

 I find myself spending a decent amount of my free time on YouTube, but more specifically on the channel “Kurzgesagt – In a Nutshell”. This fascinating channel is something that I accidentally stumbled upon, but could not be more thankful that I did…

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