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01 Jun 2017

Republican Figureheads Who Resemble Your High School Bully

By Kate Harveston High school bullies have it tough these days. What used to be considered a simple fact of life or even a coming-of-age, character-building modern-day gauntlet for teens has actually become a favorite target of the progressive movement. Nonetheless, efforts to improve quality of life for high schoolers have

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31 May 2017

Fight Hunger with Negroni Week and SF-Marin Food Bank

Written by the fine folks at the SF-Marin Food Bank At the SF-Marin Food Bank, summer is in full swing and we’re delivering a bounty of colorful produce to neighbors in need. Summer is also when one of our more colorful campaigns rolls out: Negroni Week. Hosted by our good

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31 May 2017

Chemistry NYC: A Sex Party for the Solo Female Traveler

By Rebecca Rush Picture this: first, you’re a woman. That’s pretty important to this scenario. Once you do that, picture this: you’re naked in a dojo in Bushwick on a Saturday night with 150 others. You came alone, you’ll cum together, and then you will leave blissfully alone. You aren’t

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30 May 2017

How to Live Cheap & Still Have Fun in San Francisco

By Robert Lanterman San Francisco is a lot of things, but cheap isn’t one of them. For instance, as of 2015 the rent for a one bedroom apartment was over three times what I paid for a two bedroom duplex around the same time in Boise, ID. Being new to the

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30 May 2017

A Beginner’s Guide to The Rocky Horror Picture Show

By Hannah Harkness I first found the Rocky Horror Picture Show the same way a lot of people in my generation found it. When I was a teenager, I was flipping through channels around Halloween and paused momentarily on VH1. Something came on the screen and I said: “Wow…this is

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26 May 2017

3 Awkward Responses People Have When You Mention Your Eating Disorder

By Katie Barbaro May is Mental Health Awareness Month—AKA a great excuse to write a light-hearted article about my eating disorder. Let’s dive into the heavy background-y stuff first, shall we? I’ve had an unhealthy relationship with food for as long as I can remember. When I was 8, I

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26 May 2017

Awesome Urban Gardening in Detroit

By Kelly Lett Thanks to the spread of ruin porn there is this pervasive belief that Detroit is nothing but a burnt out, dirty, dystopian death world. I mean, sure parts of it look like that, but the truth is Detroit is fucking beautiful. Recognizing the richness of the soil

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