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By Marquis Matson White Privilege Removed

I never thought I’d ever write a piece on White Privilege (with a capital W and P). Mostly, I had never really noticed it nor felt that I was given special privileges simply because (as you have probably already guessed) I am White. It’s…

By Jenny Prior Short Fiction Series: Workspouse

Workspouse: A relatable story about the curious, complex nature of relationships we can’t necessarily categorize yet sometimes encounter in our work lives.   Jake was a sleaze. Many colleagues liked to remind Flora of this fact. Like Claire from Stakeholder Relations, who kept trying to…

By Trish Bentley Why I Will Probably Never Look Like Kayla Itsines

As I scroll through Kayla Itsine’s Instagram feed, I am astonished by the number of women completely transforming their bodies. And I mean, complete and utter conversion. From what I’ve seen with regular Before and After pictures over the years (like the one shown…

By Natasha Kelly Nobody Chooses To Have A Mental Disorder

Three months is all it takes to walk from the realm of the living up onto the doorstep of death. Those months become blurred, out of focus. Hard to recall. Three months living on the bare minimum food intake is all it takes to…

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