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"I accept this world as my own, and I will accept every image I see. I will no longer feel bitter about not being able to have sex with art. I will look at this world with unconditional love. And when I see something outrageous or disturbing, I will see it as wonderful, and feel lucky I am witness and sibling to the strange madness of humans, and feel happy." - Vanessa Cuccia

True story: I am a fourth-generation November Scorpio. Yes, you read that right: my great-grandmother, grandmother, and mother were all Scorpios before me, and while I do not plan on having offspring of my own, you can believe that I would try my damn... Read More
It’s hard to believe that we’re entering our fourth consecutive month of social distancing. In March when COVID-19 was deemed a global pandemic, few of us could have predicted that we’d be spending our summer (and possibly our fall) seasons indoors. Although it’s frustrating... Read More
July is Minority Mental Health Month, which many are reclaiming as POC Mental Health Month. POC are facing a mental health care crisis in America. Mental disorders are among the most costly health conditions for adults between 18 and 64 years of age in the US, and POC often bear... Read More
“Sometimes we have to do the work even though we don’t yet see a glimmer on the horizon that it’s actually going to be possible.” – Angela Davis Social activism is work. Whether you’re pounding the pavement as a protestor, petitioning political representatives, donating... Read More
What is mutual aid?  Mutual aid is defined as the voluntary reciprocal exchange of resources and/or services for mutual benefit. Mutual aid is a form of political participation where people take responsibility for caring for one another and changing political conditions. Although not a substitute for necessary systemic change, mutual... Read More