My honest and unfiltered experience with religion and spirituality.
Our top picks of Outfest LA!
Tia Henricks on the year post-highschool. “You are simply discovering yourself in places you barely thought you’d ever go searching.”
For me, the dream world will continue to be a mystical, enjoyable escape from what we call ‘reality’.
Growing tired of these missed opportunities, I started spending days driving back over old routes and pulling over to take those photos.
I realized I was queer, beautiful, smart, funny and another million positive things. I started to feel accepted, and by extension, I accepted myself.
Liquor melts into your heart, starbursts on your tongue. Waking up to restless minds drowned, in memories.
It isn’t about where you’re going or what time it is, adventure is about who you’re with, and what you see, and how you feel.
My journey and advice for dealing with depression and mental illness.
Spinning around on rooftops, ducking through drains, cutting my hair over the sink, over-stuffed living rooms and wet hair in the city.
“My father’s tongue explains calculus in Arabic, but we get so carried away discussing American politics that the numbers before me dance off the paper.”
A 4am rambling on the moment I realised I was in love with the concept of change.