A Look Inside RESIST! The Illustrated Newspaper of The Women’s March

by Shae I heard of RESIST!, the (somewhat unofficial) newspaper of the Women’s March on Washington online.  It was from one of the many posts about the then impending march and stood out amongst the ready to rumble excitement as women and their allies were readying their shoes to walk all over President Trump’s xenophobia. To be exact, it was social media that alerted me of RESIST!, a special … Continue reading A Look Inside RESIST! The Illustrated Newspaper of The Women’s March

(Almost) Every Picture I Took From Women’s March Boston

I could pat myself on the back for attending the Women’s March today but far from it, I want to applaud the hundreds of Bostonians and Massachusians (so not a word) that showed out in record numbers and made some of the most hilariously smart and acerbic, and heartbreaking posters and illustrations I’ve seen in one setting for a movement. I’ve long admired the women, … Continue reading (Almost) Every Picture I Took From Women’s March Boston

The Sexist, Weird, SUITSUPPLY Ads That Went Over Your Head Last Year

by Shae Last year, around these months of January and February, a close friend of mine sent me a text messages and two images. I felt the urgency through my iPhone and the cosmic exchange epitomized that special lingua franca amongst those who regularly engage in gossip both salacious and political. I figured: this could be really good or really bad. I wish I could … Continue reading The Sexist, Weird, SUITSUPPLY Ads That Went Over Your Head Last Year