Rupi Kaur’s “Milk & Honey” Collection Soars In Its Pain & Triumph To Freedom

I first described Rupi Kaur‘s book of poetry Milk & Honey as “heartbreaking.” But the use of that word seemed obvious, almost trivial. A majority of the circumstances crystallized through her beautiful descriptions were absolutely heartbreaking in narration. And that word is often a go-to because of how it quickly it blankets moments or feelings that while somber, have a level of whimsy, sugar, or nostalgia. … Continue reading Rupi Kaur’s “Milk & Honey” Collection Soars In Its Pain & Triumph To Freedom

Instagram Got Rid Of a Period Pic, But Has No Problem Promoting Sweatshirts That Depict Rape Culture

This post is not in support of this brand or their disgusting item. It’s to raise awareness that the glamorization and depiction of rape, or as the media has labelled the epidemic as “rape culture”, still continues in our most prominent means of information and influence, popular culture. And undoubtedly this includes the presence of fashion whether it be low, street, or high-end. So the image … Continue reading Instagram Got Rid Of a Period Pic, But Has No Problem Promoting Sweatshirts That Depict Rape Culture