humanity

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

He's Not His Favorite Writer Anymore
If you don't know the man, then you should know the man. Maybe. Maybe not. Maybe fuck yourself. I'll leave that for you to decide. He's something out of another dimension. A distant, but familiar plac...
Loni Beach2 years ago
No-Father Father's Day
Father's Day is just around the corner and I'm sure you've all seen those posts about getting the perfect Father's Day present. But, what about those people who don't have a father to appreciate on Fa...
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Swara 2 years ago
Shadows
It feels as if a percussion band is playing inside my head. I try to force my eyes open. I can make out a faint silhouette looming over me, but can’t do much more than squint. The light is too bright....
Raven Aurora2 years ago
The Trouble With Not Respecting Womanhood
Let's face it: dating is hard. Since the advent of social media and instant gratification, however, finding a mate that stays interested in you for more than five minutes, much less for a lifetime, se...
Gabriella Grace2 years ago
Letters to the Me I Used to Be
Dear Me in 1984, I want you to know I am here and I love you. I am from the future and time travel is real but it is not what you might expect it to be, it is not like you see it in the movies. Each p...
Edward Anderson2 years ago
Don't Judge Me
June 26, 2015. The day that the Supreme Court ruled that marriage was a Constitutional right that should be afforded to all people, regardless of sexual orientation. It was a landmark day for gay righ...
Emily Mariscal2 years ago
The Game
“If you could change one moment, would you?” A common question asked in various ways with millions of answers. There were many moments I wanted to change if I could. My childhood was the best it could...
Amanda Kuhl2 years ago
Childless Mother
When I was a little girl people told me not to try and grow up so quick. That I should enjoy my childhood because one day I will look back and be thankful of those memories. I am so glad that I listen...
Ian Emoon2 years ago
What's Your Deal?
Pulling herself off the black leather sofa to greet the man walking through her front door, Beth was a nervous wreck. Being clumsy was taking its toll and becoming an inconvenience as she unfolded her...
Phoenix Roronoa2 years ago
To The Controlling Woman Who Raised My Boyfriend
You say you want what is best for your son? You say that you love him and you only want to see him happy? If that were true you would stay out of our relationship rather than living to make both your ...
Jane Smith2 years ago
Thoughts of a Person
Growing up people always said things to me, such as "Girl you got issues" or "There is something really wrong with that girl." Whether I was joking and being silly or being serious. Now after while th...
The Interpolated Girl
For a very large portion of my life, I've felt like I'm just kind of here. Just existing. I've had this feeling for a while, but more recently, it's been hitting harder. It's hard for me to feel this ...
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J.C. Marie2 years ago
Odd One Out
My family is very homogenous. They're Catholic's who go to Church every week. They love to watch football and baseball. They are all very extroverted and enjoy going to parties and seeing all of their...
Winnie Rugamba2 years ago
Sometimes Sharing Is Not Caring
When I finally decided to share my thoughts, well after being threatened by my best friend, I thought to myself maybe this is it, Winnie. You are now ready to open up, share your heart unapologeticall...
Damon Nailer2 years ago
The Wedding vs. the Marriage
It’s better to have a $30 wedding and a million dollar marriage than to have a million-dollar wedding and a $30 marriage. We see this all the time. Famous and wealthy people spend astronomical amounts...
Luke Windrow2 years ago
At the Breaking Point
At some point in our lives, we have all come across a point where we have felt low, alone, like you don't belong. Some of us go through our rough days, while others suffer daily. Medical statistics st...
Rich Monetti2 years ago
LGBT Community Seeks Acceptance in Katonah Lewisboro School System
As a High School Guidance Counselor at John Jay High School, Malerie Simon can assure that there’s a very accepting nature among the student body - especially in terms of those who may fall under the ...