By Hannah Harkness My Facebook feed lit up early last week with the familiar sight of my friends learning that their hero isn’t who they thought they were. This time around, it was Glenn Danzig. He defended Trump’s travel ban and said that Planned Parenthood shouldn’t be selling baby parts
Temperatures and hemlines are rising — which means it’s catcalling season. Days are longer, and tempers are shorter. Instead of taking all that frustration out on your loved ones, unload on someone that deserves it- like men who make women uncomfortable in public. If you’re a woman over thirteen you’ve
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
By Rebecca Rush If you have never been to a Trump protest with both sides rallying, I can sum the whole thing up for you in five words: Facebook comments come to life. If you’d like to know more, read on. New London is a magical place on the shoreline of
By Hannah Harkness I have always been mystified by horse cops. Until I wrote this article, it was just a stump topic I had for angry bar conversations about law enforcement overreach. I never understood them. I wondered how it could possibly be healthy for horses to do police work.
You met someone cute! And funny! And super open minded! But before you let yourself get attached you know you have to tell them that sometimes you have sex with other people, for money. Or maybe you don’t. Sex workers have been keeping these kinds of secrets for eons. It was easier
It’s an unavoidable topic. Turn on the news on any given day and there’s a questionable police shooting or police using excessive force. It seems as commonplace as the daily weather report. The first few times were shocking, but we are beginning to grow numb to the idea that the