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Q & A With Web Comic Illustrator Olivia Stephens

Q & A With Web Comic Illustrator Olivia Stephens

“Art has always been important to me. As a child my brother and I entertained ourselves with nubs of crayon and printer paper. In the 8th grade I saved enough… Read more »

You Aren’t What You Eat

You Aren’t What You Eat

A couple months ago, I marched into my mother’s room holding a large head of lettuce. I raised it above my head and declared, “I AM GOING TO BE HEALTHY.”… Read more »

How to Make Friends in College!

How to Make Friends in College!

Like most people, I had grand plans for my first day of college: I would breeze into the school, my braids whipping in the wind, and I would stand in… Read more »

My Oily Skin Saga: A Day in the Life

My Oily Skin Saga: A Day in the Life

Oily Skin Chronicle- Diary Entry 1001 Can you identify with being in a public setting only to feel the oils accumulate on your face? You know that you’re glistening because… Read more »

Life as a Twenty-Five-Year-Old Divorcée

Life as a Twenty-Five-Year-Old Divorcée

When I said, “I do,” I planned on being married for the rest of my life. 2013 proved my plans wrong and I tried like hell to be with him… Read more »

The Fine Line Separating Exploitation and Empowerment

The Fine Line Separating Exploitation and Empowerment

Somewhere between the realms of extreme booty shaking and intense empowerment conferences, a very thin line exists. This barrier encourages women to ask the question: What is “exploitation” and what… Read more »

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