There is no miracle cream for a deformed face and I’m just fine. I’m the girl at the end of the ad who got the date. Continue reading How I Was Told To Feel About My Scar
I think it’s such a waste not taking advantage of our linear perspective. Continue reading Time Isn’t Linear, We Are
When we talk about destroying the stigma surrounding mental illness, why is it only certain illnesses, and only for certain people? Continue reading If the Stigma Fits
The murder of George Floyd broke through the coronavirus clutter. Most of us still care deeply about both issues—so why is it so easy to let them slip out of view? Continue reading Keeping Constant Through COVID-19 and BLM Content Exhaustion
The thing with a systemic problem is: it takes more than a month of protest to change it. And we white folk who are new to the fight and armed solely with enthusiasm for the cause need to prepare ourselves for what this is actually going to be. Continue reading Celebrate Juneteenth: Get Your House in Order
“For years, I believed that I was broken inside. It seemed like the only logical explanation for the deep, enduring sadness I felt in my otherwise fortunate and happy life.” It’s Mental Health Awareness Week in the UK so Karly is sharing her experience with depression. If you are struggling with your mental health, you are not alone! Please seek help. Continue reading Unbroken
A month ago I became an essential worker. I don’t want to die, nor do, I think, any of my coworkers. Continue reading Back to Normal
As the trial against Harvey Weinstein progressed towards this week’s verdict, I’ve been thinking a lot about what protest movements mean and what they’re capable of accomplishing. Continue reading What Does the Weinstein Verdict Mean for #MeToo?
Society’s obsession with entertainment, our craving for comeback narratives, blinded us to the nature of C.K.’s problem. By making a triumphant return to the comedy scene the final stop in this story, we’re missing the underlying plot that’s been driving it. Continue reading Louis C.K.’s Return to the Stage: Does ‘Long Enough’ Exist?
“I bought violet mints
as some sort of offering, a single item shrine.
I don’t want to tell you how they taste…” Continue reading Violet Mints: An Interview with Poet Jo Longley