Entertainment and Voyeurism: Our Obsession with True Crime, and the Lines We're Eager to Blur

These tragedies are dragged out, rehashed like a piece of meat that remains juicy and delicious, no matter how long we’ve been chewing it.

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Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix Was The Therapist I Needed as a Child

I found more solace and understanding in the pages of these books than I did looking up at people who didn’t always get me, or want to deal with me — understandably. 

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Closing the Gap that Nearly Pulled Me Apart

I became fixated on achieving a gap between my thighs, the way one would become infatuated with the idea of dying their hair a wild color. That it was a destructive ideal to aspire to did not once cross my mind.

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A Year of Saying Yes, A Year of Saying No

I have finally understood that I don’t need to justify myself to people: I am simply finding different ways of saying ‘yes’ to myself, by saying ‘no’ to others. 

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