She’s Back

I deeply miss being alone in a room full of people. Walking through a crowded train station in a city where I know no one, an indistinguishable face amongst many at the cinema, a supporter whose noise has been subsumed by the crowd.

Recently, I was sitting with some friends outside at the pub talking about the impending possibility of happiness. A lot of our joy comes from situations where we lose ourselves or become someone else for a while. Dancing, celebrating, being in nature—all of these involve surrendering part of ourselves to something bigger. But recently, we’ve had to be ourselves for so long. Literally staring at our faces, having our every move reflected back at us.

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Women Own the Void

By Hannah Tyler Spoiler alert for a whole lot of space movies. Over the past few weeks I’ve been having what I insist on calling Space Lady Season: watching films that involve female scientists in space (or near aliens).  I managed to get through Arrival, Interstellar, Contact, and Proxima before I decided to ruin something … Continue reading Women Own the Void

All the Times I’ve Cried in Exercise Class — Pt. 2: Kundalini Yoga

By Alison Vincitore Today The Three Magazine is excited to feature the second part in an essay series by guest contributor Alison. To read Part 1, click here. As I’m sure you can imagine if you read Part 1 of this series, I’ve always been a crier. Even in public. I wouldn’t be surprised if … Continue reading All the Times I’ve Cried in Exercise Class — Pt. 2: Kundalini Yoga