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Feminism is a movement that was started and led by women—and I have no desire or plan to change that. Things need to be done to change this sexist society, but I firmly believe that the feminist movement is not something for men to lead
Be inspired! interviewed B.G.U. members Yume and Makoto. Read the English translation here! Translated by Rebecca Edwards
Being in Beijing, I often get praised by people back in Spain for being able to live alone so far away from home…
Short story “My grandma always told me that girls had one job: to look pretty... “ Photography by Audrey Gretz
“My Fluidity” & “Being New in No Place”
A take on Japanese Shu-katsu (job hunting system)
“We are once grown and twice a child. “ A beautiful short story about senescence.
I always search “can’t do simple tasks” on the web. After every search, the top hit is an online ADHD test. I check off the qualities that apply to me. The result is the same as it always is: “possibility of ADHD: likely.”
Who said that our clothes define our sexuality or gender? Who said dressing feminine makes a woman “more womanly” or a man “less manly”? Read this piece about dismantling the notions of femininity and expressing ourselves freely through clothing.
I would be given a specific role to play. A type of gay to be. It was my socially understood position in queer society. Free of ambiguity; yet again stereotyped.
Short story of a vampire cocktail waitress and her struggles at her job.
In the middle of Tokyo walks a girl, her head held high, the sunlight reflecting off her pitch black shades matching her skirt, her boots, her hair.