Every year Rachel promised Emma they would spend the holidays in New York with Ross, but something with work always came up, and this time was no different. It’s not like Rachel didn’t miss New York or her friends. Sometimes she missed home so much that she questioned her decision … Continue Reading
As a little girl, the concept of death was both frightening and alien. The first loss I experienced was of my grandfather (Dadu) at the age of ten, and for months I couldn’t come to terms with the fact that I won’t see him in the morning with his newspaper … Continue Reading
It’s both a vague but also scarily real term that needs to be talked about. Before you ask why, before you dismiss me as a ‘whiny feminazi’, you should know something: many girls, including myself, have had to live through it.
Imagine this (any millennial can) – You … Continue Reading
Right down from the labeling of AIDS as GRID, or Gay-Related Immune Deficiency, this community has historically faced rampant discrimination and stereotyping at the hands of their own family, friends, employers, healthcare providers, and government.
“Many LGBT people are too shy to go to health centers to get services … Continue Reading
Certain places evoke certain emotions.
The Airport brought me relief.
Relief of being back to where I belong
My hometown hugged me with comfort, all the trees flashing in the back drop of my car on the way home.
Home, filled me up with a childlike joy of eating … Continue Reading