humanity

For better or for worse, relationships reveal the core of the human condition.

  • Cori Melton
    Published 8 days ago
    Another one free

    Another one free

    Week Six
  • Melanie Guajardo
    Published 9 days ago
    Apartment 413

    Apartment 413

    October 15th, 2020
  • Sheryn Kelderhouse
    Published 9 days ago
    Game Shows, Gumption, and Grace.

    Game Shows, Gumption, and Grace.

    As children, we usually have dreams of what our life will look like. We have big dreams and goals, and feel good about the possibility of those dreams coming true. Then as we grow up and gain responsibilities of life, such as, college, bills, finding our own place to live, relationships outside of our immediate family, that’s when things can seem to get tricky, right?
  • STEPHANIE K MURO
    Published 9 days ago
    Safer in the Nude than in a Swimsuit

    Safer in the Nude than in a Swimsuit

    Last year my husband and I were discussing nudist beaches in Europe, and although I had never been to one, I felt that nudist beaches harbored a different perspective on bodies. My husband insisted that he wouldn't feel comfortable at a nudist beach because he thought people would stare at his parts and coming from a Christian background, also insisted that private matters were only to be seen by his spouse. I insisted that when people are voluntarily nude, they are not there to leer as they too are naked and exposed, and am sure would resort to another avenue if they were looking for an orgy.
  • Andrea
    Published 9 days ago
    Introductions & Pandemics

    Introductions & Pandemics

    Hello everyone! My name is Andrea, I’m 25 years old, and live in Nevada! This is my first post on Vocal and am super excited to be able to write to my hearts desire and see if I can relate to the masses out there! Im a really laid back girl who just wants to see if she can change the world, and I’m starting here!
  • Creativity Risk
    Published 9 days ago
    TRUMP, SOCIAL MEDIA, AND MORAL SUPERIORITY
  • Creativity Risk
    Published 9 days ago
    The D.I.D. Club

    The D.I.D. Club

    “My name is Naomi.”
  • Alexandra Nazario
    Published 9 days ago
    Why speak?

    Why speak?

    I remember as a child, the world seemed peaceful and hopeful. The only thing I worried about was the next exploration my imagination would take me. As I got older, real life sank in. I realized the life I explored as a child, wasn’t the life I was expected to live. Growing up in New York City wasn’t easy. Being bullied in elementary school, to dealing with racism and being called SPIC (derogitory word for hispanics) to being raised by a single mom, struggling with five kids-- as a result of domestic violence and its treacherous cycle.
  • Hazel Butterfield
    Published 10 days ago
    What is happening with men at the moment?
  • Jon Williams
    Published 10 days ago
    Homelessness

    Homelessness

    Gandhi said the true measure of a society is how it treats the lowest among them. Our society has failed miserably. The homeless that line the streets are not all strung out on drugs. Many fell down on their luck and never got the hand they needed to get back up.
  • Alex Barbu
    Published 10 days ago
    Just Vibe.

    Just Vibe.

    “The nerve in this guy…” He muttered under his breath. “If I’ve ever seen anybody with some nerve, it’s this damn guy.”
  • Acrylicartsy
    Published 10 days ago
    Long awaited comfort

    Long awaited comfort

    prompt: include the following quotes into an original short story, must be under 3k words