“Solidarity and real equity comes from giving up space, paying artists and elevating communities that have historically been marginalized.”
“Like many, I learned a lot in college. I learned that I didn’t like sociology and that it was pretty easy to finish a minor. I learned that I matter and that toxic people aren’t worth my time. And slowly over the course of those years, I learned that I was bi.”
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The author talks about not being able to drink and what it’s meant for her relationships.
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In 2009, the author spent five days in a psych hospital in Westchester County. Ten years later, she wrote about it.
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