For this to be a rant, I'd have to be angry, impassioned, red in the face, but instead, I'm just exhausted, emotionally and physically. Every week, I visit the local YMCA's pool with my grandma for an hour or so of water aerobics, just about the only exercise I can handle as a Dysautonomic with... Continue Reading →
Yknow when you're apologizing because you got called out for being questionable and you're stumbling through all embarrassed with something along the lines of "I'm sorry if I hurt you"? Yeah, well it's time to never say that again. In 2019, we are taking responsibility for our actions. In 2019, we are replacing "if" with... Continue Reading →
Just a few minutes ago, I came to the realization that while I will always fight for you, I can't fight for you anymore. Adrian, I love you, but I can't emotionally afford to like you. Time and time again, you've suffocated me, hanged me, blinded me with red flags and I have ignored them,... Continue Reading →
Listen: Audio report on the role of public education, especially high schools, in the US, and how they are not efficiently preparing their students for the futures. TL;DR: It's loathsome!
March on the NRA Written and edited by: Laur Baird On August 4th, Fairfax, Virginia, I protested against the NRA. It was overall a very motivational and inspiring movement, aside from all of the sadness and heartbreak that took place as well. I was there from around 11 in the morning, to around 3 in... Continue Reading →
Hi! I'm a high school girl in the U.S. and I'm part of the National Die-In organization. That's not very specific, but it's the best I can give you. I'll be writing for this website anonymously to respect my parents' wishes. Remember you can always find a way to make your voice heard. Social medias:... Continue Reading →
It's not easy. Especially if you're an LGBTQ+ teenager; especially if your identities are constantly invalidated not only outside of the LGBTQ+ community but inside it as well. I am 17 years old and have identified as bisexual for approximately three years. About one month ago, I started identifying as nonbinary as well. It is... Continue Reading →
Daelian Noelle Growing up in the era of the first black president, the stock market crash of ’08, and, most importantly, the era of connectivity through the media, I’ve been inundated with politics for as long as I can remember. Whereas now I feel lucky that I was exposed to and therefore began understanding political... Continue Reading →