A dialogue between Natalie and Danielle in response to a portion of an open letter to girls, written by Danielle, sharing her insight on becoming a woman. Natalie read the letter and had some questions.
‘Call Me By Your Name’ is an extraordinary story showcasing genuine romance: fleeting and pure. The story brings the spontaneous essence of love to the light, despite unfavorable circumstances.
“Violence against women” looks into the way that society views and constantly normalizes all the struggles that women face.
Interested in taking a deep dive into one of my AMUSING personalities: Bluntness. I view the positive and negatives being a blunt person has had on my everyday life and interactions with people. This is a personal account. I didn’t intend to talk about this side of myself, but here I am sharing it with you…enjoy.
A linguistic perspective of the popular superhero dilemma: If you were a superhero and could have any superpower, which would you choose?
A look at the U.S. prison system through the eyes of someone who has lived through it.
A piece that has been waiting too long to say what needed to be said, out loud and to the world. Regardless of everything that has happened this year, I’m happy to be alive!
Love has been written about in thousands of ways across the short 4.5 billion years the earth has spun around the moon. Read the perspective of this young, hopeful romantic, navigating nature and the seasons of love.
2020 f*cked with us all, and no words can describe the pain and trauma people all over the world went through. This is a tribute to the people we lost, to the pain.
I was inspired to write this piece in December 2020 when I was absorbing the Christmas spirit in a shut-down New York City.
This article explores diversity in media and its effect on society and youth.
Amanda Gorman’s poem at the 2021 Inauguration inspired me to write my own piece about America’s values and ideals.
Ever wonder why the Mean Girl is so goddamn mean or the heroine is so annoyingly perfect? Wonder no more. She’s Just the… is a podcast-come-personal-reflection from trope super-nerds Yasmin Zayed and Aoife Sheridan.
I was inspired by a joke that Lin-Manuel Miranda made on Twitter, and I wanted to look more into the subject and other people’s opinions.