Happy Holidays from The Three! Continue reading Happy Holidays from The Three
I wasn’t sure I wanted to see it. What if it’s ugly? What if it looks weird? Continue reading I Had a Close Up Taken of my Vulva (and It Looks Ugly)
As I walk from room to room, I greet the paintings like old friends; Pollock and Rothko and the rest. Ducking into the second-last room, my exhibition-weary feet ready for the warm embrace of the shop, I’m suddenly stopped in my tracks. Canvases loom down from the walls. They are sparse, but they fill up … Continue reading Love at First Sight
The story goes that Gus courted her but she wasn’t interested – at least, not in his romantic advances. What she was interested in were his tattoos.
The pair struck a bargain: she would go on a date with him and he would give her tattoo lessons. Continue reading The First Female Tattooist
She is crying, they’re telling her it’s no big deal, she is covering her face with her hands. Continue reading The (Not-So) Hidden War on Women
A few months after my grandma’s funeral, I went back to my grandparents’ house. It smelt the same. My grandma was everywhere, even though she was absent. I felt like I would turn a corner and find her there—but she never was. No matter how many rooms I went into she didn’t appear. Continue reading The Physical Impossibility of Death
What the film captures so perfectly is the reality that sometimes, certainly more often in the past than now, the only way for a woman to decide her own fate is to break through the structures of the society that holds her bound. Continue reading The Thelma and Louise Playbook
It should be everyone’s right to stop an unwanted or unsafe pregnancy, especially if it puts their mental health at risk. It should be okay to control your own body, to make judgement-free choices. Continue reading I Had An Abortion. This is Why.
We need people to understand what we are losing. The question isn’t how do we preserve nature? But, why do humans see themselves as separate from it? Continue reading Fighting Extinction
By Jo Longley Please be aware, this article discusses violence, domestic abuse, and plot points from Joker. I didn’t want to write this. I had every hope that Joker would redefine the role. That this movie wasn’t what everyone feared it would be: a deep dive into the subconscious of a lonely, sad man. It … Continue reading Why Do Men Do This?