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Bad Friend Art

Colin Farrell’s friend breakup in ‘The Banshees of Inisherin’ is eerily similar to my own. His is just more cinematic.

Feb 2, 2023
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Mourning In and Out of Our Clothes

Where does my style begin and his taste end? My suitcase is overflowing with meaning I can’t handle anymore.

Jan 17, 2023
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As a queer person, I’d had no role models growing up, had to stumble through every relationship, learning how to love as best I could. Dog fostering was a kind of parallel crash course.

May 31, 2022
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For Queer Girls, Simping Is a Love Language

I’m embracing the label, with all its yearning, try-hard connotations, because desire shouldn’t be embarrassing and love does require trying hard.

May 2, 2022
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Finding Love When You’re Forty and Happily Single

My identity is tied up in my singleness, my childlessness, and I’m not sure I want to let that go.

Apr 6, 2022
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Unlearning My Immigrant Mother’s Ideas of Beauty

Like many immigrant daughters, I’m of a lineage of women who didn’t put themselves first.

Mar 31, 2022
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After My Divorce, I Found Comfort in Cohousing

I’m not sure I want to be vulnerable or join a community. I’m not sure I even remember how.

Mar 30, 2022
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Group Chats Don’t Replace Friendship—They Can Keep It Alive

The group chat is a means, not an end. Not what our friendship is, but what keeps it alive.

Mar 8, 2022
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Embracing My Queerness in the Wake of Grief

I wondered how I would confront what I thought was my worst: my sexuality.

Sep 23, 2021
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To Get Through My Divorce, I Raised the Golem

It was an acrimonious divorce. I wanted justice. I settled for truth.

Sep 16, 2021