First, I think we have to know what Fast Fashion is. Fast Fashion is essentially the mall industry of H&M, Forever 21, Zara, TopShop, and any other mass-produced mall brand catered to teens and twenty-somethings. Fast Fashion is also known as the throwaway industry. The cheap industry. The "Ugh, it's already ripped!" industry. It is… Continue reading Explaining the Concept of Slow Fashion
Every time I tell somebody just a snippet of my life story of being abused as a child they always give me the sympathy, "Oh I'm sorry" cards. I think I get their intentions, but honestly... to me it's really annoying! Why do I have to be reminded that there was something to be sympathetic… Continue reading 5 Good Things About Being Abused as a Child!
So, I have problems. Maybe that is weird to say. But I have problems. And actually, since twelve I knew I had problems. I sat at the computer through my adolescence studying all the types of problems. I went to WebMD for mental health problems. I went to Tumblr for my adolescent girl problems. Eventually… Continue reading The Personal is Political
I have not done any formal reading on the philosophy of crying. So I do not know if such a topic even exists. Crying is controversial. It is taboo. We turn away at others who cry in public. We hide the tears in public if they are our own. It is an intimate event, or… Continue reading Philosophy of Crying
After he did that shit to my body, or Hes (plural) I am kind of wondering how to go about living in it now since I am unsure who owns it... me or him? or Him? or Them. So I choose like no other. I choose and I choose. I choose to choose. When I… Continue reading Being on Your Period and Being a Hoe
I have always been a creative person. I have always been a mentally ill person. Since childhood I was filled with neurosis, counting the tiles and cracks on the sidewalk, cursing myself with superstitions for stepping on the wrong ones. I subjected myself to lots of shame and self inflicted painful mental habits, and ultimately… Continue reading Can Body Movement Offer Therapy for Mental Health Problems?