A Queer’s View on Halloween

by Sarah Weinstock I hated Halloween growing up. I never wanted to be the traditional “girly things,” like a princess, cheerleader, fairy, etc. But I did, so I did not stick out. I was anxious and thought everyone was judging me, so I tried to conform in every way possible. As I was trying to “fit in,” I always felt uncomfortable. I was jealous of … Continue reading A Queer’s View on Halloween

to be a (white)(cis)(ablebodied)(college graduate & graduate student) broke & bipolar lesbian

by sidney wegener (she/they) 10/8/20(7:47am) did i forget to eat again (audre lorde wrote) rage sits in my stomachi want to taste iti want my body to want to eat. audre lorde wrote, when you are hungry / learn to eat / whatever sustains you until morning i wonder if something is eating me from the inside outi wonder if it’s hand stitched barbie clothesi … Continue reading to be a (white)(cis)(ablebodied)(college graduate & graduate student) broke & bipolar lesbian