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Day 22

I haven’t written in too long. 

I have been keeping myself extremely busy with friend dates and events and work. I barely have a minute to breathe. 511 more words

White Feminists Can Be Intersectional Feminists Too

So as anyone who has read my previous articles may know, I’m a bit of a feminist. I’d very much like to call myself a proper feminist – the term is intersectional feminist – but according to a high volume of articles, that’s seldom possible to be if you are White. 776 more words


Back Home

This is the first post I have made about being back home and naturally, I have lots to say.

My parents are very controlling. They like to micromanage my life and also my brothers life, allowing nearly next to nothing for self-expression. 916 more words

day twenty one: cat on a hot tin roof

Author: Tennessee Williams

Published: 1955

Synopsis: A family sweats around the unspoken in a plantation home in the Mississippi Delta. It’s Big Daddy’s birthday and he’s been given false hope about his terminal illness, his youngest son Brick is drinking himself to death, Brick’s wife Maggie is doing her best to make what she can of a loveless marriage, and the whole family are festering over who will inherit. 412 more words