I don’t see me. For who can find a phantom? I am nothing. I am hollow. I am dust. I’m fat and Latina. I belong to a phantom culture; a society that solely exists as a result of colonialism and where women were born in their mother’s beds to midwives.
Souls of Society visionary, Dijon Bowden, first caught our attention back in 2011, when he started walking the streets of San Francisco documenting the cultural Fabric of the Bay Area through portrait photography and storytelling. Now he has teamed up with Annie Anton and Craig Wenaweser, aka “Keys”, chronicling what can only be
It’s hard to buy gifts for people. You sit there and think, “if only there was a way I could lock into the cannibal that resides within us all…but with sugary icing.” Well, now you can. And with plenty of time before the holiday season really kicks into gear and
“Only I could get stood up by a man who has eight cats. Yep. Eight.” My hilarious dating life has been the subject of not only one insane book Hope You Have An Amazing Birthday…And Get Raped By A Bear, but also a dating column, two very sassy blogs, and loads
In less than three months, the election will be here. With all the focus on who will become the next president of the United States, we have a bigger focus on the local elections. While the presidents speak about policies and Black Lives Matter, they do not have the power to
If you don’t know the story of Korryn Gaines, 23, the black woman murdered by Baltimore Police Department there is a reason why. It could be because your life doesn’t depend on knowing how the state responds to your existence. This is most likely because your life and ability to
Since the 2009 announcement of the XXXI Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, over 22,000 families–upwards of 77,000 humans–have been relocated out of their communities in the name of redevelopment and good ole’ fashioned competition. Communities were torn down to build Olympic Village, but after the excitement of the Olympics