My world fell like a house of cards when I realized I was not happy. “Me? Not happy?” I thought. How could I be suffering so much when I had friends, lived a rather privileged life, and had experiences under my belt that some could only dream of? This was it – I was livingContinue reading “Love Does Not Always Feel Good”
In today’s day and age, the majority of countries around the world have a legal drinking age of eighteen while the legal drinking age in the United States is twenty-one. As someone who is three weeks shy of turning twenty-one and is a rising Senior in college, the drinking age is frustrating. My birthday isContinue reading “So What If I Want to Drink Wine at 20 Years Old?”
The Gender Spectrum is the range from male to female to other. I constantly hear people asking where all of the trans people had been hiding this whole time? Why come out now?
Hello, beautiful. I want to start off by saying that whatever you are going through, you are not alone. I promise you there are other people out there who have struggled with or are still struggling with some of the same things.
Let’s do the math. Say you go through two boxes of tampons a month, with boxes ranging from three to 25 dollars. With 12 months in a year, that already puts you at anywhere from 72 to 600 dollars a year for a general necessity that all women need to function when they are on their period.
Okay so I know some people were extremely unhappy with this new song that Lil Nas X released called MONTERO (Call Me By Your Name). As someone who isn’t an avid fan of this guy, I gave it a listen just because of all the push back I saw from people claiming this to be an outrageous affront to the “PG” rating he has had previously in his other songs.
I was never taught in school that Leonardo DaVinci was gay, but I did learn (at the young age of 9) that Mr. DaVinci was fond of grave robbing and taking body parts off of corpses to examine them. Freaky stuff it seems compared to just knowing that Leo liked dudes. That part is simply left out of history.
Promly interviews Divita Taduvayi, a high school senior who advocates for equity in the Computer Science field through her international 501(c)(3) non-profit, Girls Tech Together.
Promly speaks with Michael Kodsi, a high school senior and founder of SipsNow.com. The mission of SipsNow is to make high school internships accessible to all, regardless of background or personal connections.
Promly guest author Ava Romer gives her opinion on how best to approach life. “Just spin already,” my little brother says to me. We are sitting in the middle of my bedroom, on the floor, with the Game of Life laid out in front of us. It was my turn to go but I alreadyContinue reading “The Game of Life”