The trip highlight didn’t come from any of those physical adventures, but from a super deep and sappy, teary-eyed conversation with my girls.
Tony Liu and Lindsey Schuyler took Prada, and fashion itself, in a different direction. In 2014, Liu and Schuyler created Diet Prada, an instagram account of “ppl knocking each other off.” The account aims to expose designers for being copycats and expose the true feelings of designers, especially those who are anti-LGBTQ or racist.
But when it comes to, Love, capital ‘L’ and all, I cannot summon a thought concrete enough to write about.
I am a huge movie and TV buff. I grew up using movies and shows as a method of escapism when life seemed too much. Sitting down to become engrossed …
As you abide through the last of windy autumn with thick scarves and knit sweaters, finally breaking out the pea coats and down puffers at the turn of December— and …
How many times have you wished out loud that you had time to read for pleasure in your hectic daily life?
Sure, 140 characters and a trending hashtag is one nice-looking sentiment, but is it saving lives? Is it outlining a plan for reform? Is it petitioning legislature? While good at creating a platform for awareness, social media must do more than that. And if it’s not, if the line stops where the tweet ends, then it’s not enough.
Patriarchy got you down? If so, I’ve got just the show for you.
The article followed young female Republicans at UNC who felt ostracized and oppressed on campus, their “harsh reality”. The following is a look at the world these women do not live in: