How could I, a hijabi, not feel proud of this girl for her statement?
The first thought that came to mind was that I was the only non-white person being described.
You already know it: when I’m watching soccer on the weekend in my PJs and greasy hair, I have no goal in sight but the attention of men.
He wasn’t even really being “punished,” because nobody knew he was gone.
I'm tired of hearing that women can't do this or that, just because of their gender.
Dear world, let's step up our game.
So stop looking at her/ Start seeing her/ Start listening to her/ She’s screaming and they’re screaming/ One cause but a hundred voices
To myself, and to “the people who can't say no”:
Before this, I had barely kissed or held hands with someone, let alone done anything remotely sexual.
This year, I was pushed to forgive some of the most painful acts ever done to me.
Ghosting sucks — here's how to deal.