She/her • 27 • Aspiring writer • Author of Fire & Blood, Fire & Fury
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Stop Abusing Your Kids
If this article is relevant to you, I ask only that you read it to the end. This is a subject that I'm incredibly passionate about, and I think it's important to educate people so that we can move forward and begin to implement much-needed reform.
Do YOU Hate Yourself?
I need to find the self-loathers on here. The people like me who look back on their lives and shriek internally. Trying to find an angle for the "(No) Regrets" Challenge has been a nightmare. Vocal asked me to go back and examine a lifetime of idiocy, humiliation, and mortifying mistakes. It's been a lot harder than I had expected.
My Miniature Hogwarts
My little sister became obsessed with Harry Potter last year. I mean obsessed. She'd never given the franchise much thought, but with the advent of 'DracoTok,' she became hooked, and she's spoken of little else ever since.
The Satanic Verses
Unless you've been living under a rock for the past two weeks, you've probably heard about the new music video for Lil Nas X's song "Montero (Call Me By Your Name)."
It's been one hell of a year for Taylor Swift. Since July of 2020, she's released two chart-topping albums, graced the cover of Rolling Stone with Paul McCartney, and won the coveted Grammy for Album of the Year. And tonight at midnight, her fans will begin our journey into the re-recordings of Swift’s first six albums. More on the reasoning behind that here.
My Zen Playlist
My average playlist isn't exactly what most would consider "calming." I love pop and hip hop, and I particularly enjoy tunes that allow me to blow off some steam (think the Marshall Mathers LP or Taylor Swift's reputation). Many of my favorite songs are fast-paced, rage-filled, or dramatic.
Thank You for Being a Friend
I know it hasn’t been your day, your week, your month, or even your year. And I’m not just talking about 2020. It’s hard to believe that it’s only been a year since Friends was taken off Netflix. That feel-good, laugh-out-loud, sense-of-family comfort show has always been the perfect remedy for when everything seems to be going wrong. But when the world needed it most, it was nowhere to be found.
Six Things to Watch if You Loved The Sixth Sense
Some stories follow predictable paths, while others throw us for a loop. Few on-screen endings have shocked viewers as much as director M. Night Shyamalan's 1999 thriller The Sixth Sense. Since audiences first learned that Bruce Willis was one of the dead people Haley Joel Osment was seeing, these surprise endings have continued to enthrall cinephiles and television watchers around the world.