Category: 2015 Spring: Intersection: Age, Pt. 2
By Sara McCormick To myself at the age of thirteen (and to other young women like me): It’s been ten years. You’re imagining me pretty decently, and I think you might even recognize me if you saw me. Surely some things would...Read More
Interview by Robyn Ochs Luigia Sasso is the bisexual chairwoman of Lieviti, the only Bisexual,...Read More
By Lila Hartelius When I was six years old, my dad sat down with me and walked me through the creation of an age-contingent “life goals” document. “Age 16: Learn to drive . . . Age 18: Become an adult [whatever that means] . . ....Read More
By Emma Love I told my mom that my breasts don’t belong to me. She laughed. The news came on and you smiled at the miles between us. And all I could think That’s what a woman looks like Poised. Feminine. Beautiful. I told my...Read More
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