In an interview, Phil discusses what it's like living as a Black American and how people can be better allies during times of racial injustice.
Those of us who struggle with mental health have to go about self-care in an extra sensitive way. Here are 50 practices we can do while struggling.
Kit discusses her process transitioning, the sexism she now faces, the surprise it was to lose male privilege, and how we can be better allies and advocates to trans people.
I journey through healing from eating disorders and learning body positivity, self-acceptance, and compassion through feminism, Buddhism, and the 12 steps.
Seasonal affective disorder kicking your ass, too? Here are some ways that might help you self-soothe and gain some ground under your feet.
What enthusiastic consent is and what it is not, trauma and recurrent non consensual sex, and the greater context for all genders.
Diet culture is pervasive as fuck–here are 25 ways to stay body positive when the messages get to be too much.
Having a partner with mental health struggles is challenging. Here are 10 ways to support them while also taking care of yourself.
During my recent hospitalization, I made 28 pieces of art in 8 days while coming off a manic episode. Here they are!
I illustrate the heartbreaking, but beautiful journey that lead to me getting sober from drugs and alcohol through finding a spiritual solution to fill my God-sized hole.
I've curated a playlist of 100+ feminist songs to capture the energy of yesterday's march. Let's bring that energy into the next 4 years!
I address my concern with restriction and deprivation as a means of eating disorder recovery and share my featured letter from today's "Love, Food" podcast episode by Julie Duffy Dillon, registered dietician.
In the New Year, I'll be cultivating space and digging deeper with my writing and my life by continuing to stay.
Ever thought about packing up and making a big move? I interviewed Cameron to hear about her experience, fears, excitements, and advice about moving across the country!
In this interview, Haley talks about her experience reading tarot for herself and others as a means to connect to her intuition and learn to trust herself.
Are you as exhausted after the election as I am? When I'm re-traumatized or overwhelmed, my best choice is to "batten down the hatches."
Kwaku illustrates how he formed his identity and the role race and appearance plays in his life and workplace.
Lauren's visit to the obgyn (lady doctor) takes an unexpected turn when she's asked if she'd like to see her cervix.