“I feel you in me / My insides do not twist / like they did when / I felt him …”
“I was a love-ridden fool. I thought he would never do it again. I was wrong. But I did not leave. The good times were too good to leave.”
“I claim you like a pebble on a beach. You are a smooth weight in my hand carried for a period of pleasure then forgotten, captive in a dusty bottom drawer.”
“I think the demagorgon possessing Will in season two of Stranger Things may be a metaphor for a migraine. But like for Will, it can be hard to get people to take the condition seriously, so here is a brief intro for the uninitiated.”
“Then, I see your face and I no longer have any desire to fight for my next breath. Your touch burns my skin. I feel your fist against my cheekbone.”
Spirits Homecoming tackles an issue that has been silenced by the governments of two countries, telling the heartbreaking story of the young Korean girls who lived and died in comfort stations littered across the Japanese occupied territories during the Second World War.
“Wrecked women / Screaming at us, in pain / And fear / But men sway to their hurt …”
Hello, and welcome to the Government Startup Wizard. This article will guide you through establishing, building and ultimately collapsing your executive system.
“In a miraculous display of generosity, white cinema-goers are single-handedly combating the prevalence of racism.”
“‘Corporate Feminism’ or ‘Neoliberal Feminism’ are misnomers because the movements are fundamentally incompatible.”