My first trip to New York City was a religious one. I’ve always been drawn to New York — I don’t know if it was my love for ballet and theatre or a natural desire for chaos, but I’ve always felt one with New York, like I know it, even though I’d never been before… Read More one girl, one city, six hours
Writer’s block has completely engulfed me these last few weeks. I don’t know if I’ve slowed down due to the holidays or if my creative juice just isn’t flowing at the moment (as it so often ebbs back and forth), but I’ve been struggling to come up with blog post ideas and then actually write them… Read More Making Our Own Magic
I don’t know how much of a surprise this might be for people, especially since I’ve written about it before, but I’ve decided to discuss it more in-depth here. For more clarity — here’s why I don’t want children.
Imagine yourself lying peacefully in your bed in the middle of the night when you hear a sharp scraping sound outside your window. You ignore it at first, but your attention is sparked when you hear it get louder and then stop suddenly. The creaking sounds of the floorboards of your house fill your ears… Read More Rape: “Women are Asking for It”