A conversation about being raised by parents in a gendered world. Trying to mimic what we saw as well as what we saw being enforced on us. Alexandra: Let me take control of the narrative.On a peculiarly sunny autumn day, a young-looking man steps into the quirkiest bar in Amsterdam, holding the leftover posters he … More The Gendered Influence of Parents on Their Children
Content Warning: This article goes into war crimes, PTSD and abuse; if these subject matters would trigger some thoughts or feelings that you’d rather not deal with, please avoid this article and stay healthy. What do we feel when we feel hatred? Not just the ol’ “I’m throwing a tissue on the floor cause I’m … More It’s Not Your Fault You’re Self-Loathing
Just to make things clear, I’m writing a review of the Dutch play Freud, not the actual person. I think we can bicker all we want about whether if Freud was an asshole, or not as much of an asshole as you actually think, but one thing we can all agree on is that, especially … More ‘Freud’ Review
Shine on (you) crazy diamond, other than being a not so subtle reference to the magnificent music of Pink Floyd, is also the title for this series of articles hellbent on making you discover underrated artworks that have nothing but passion and a heaping amount of psychedelics in them. With that out of the way, … More Shine on (you) Crazy Diamond #1 : Xavier, Renegade Angel
Recently a fellow writer and anarchist coworker wrote a piece that quite tactfully introduced the ideology of anarchists. Ever since then we’ve had discussions about the praxis of anarchy. For those who have begun to feel pushed towards anarchy like someone in the midst of a metal mosh pit but have yet to read the … More Eating Healthy, Exercising and Shoplifting
“Just don’t drink it like alcohol.” “You mean too fast?” “Ye.”
The second batch of our new editorial board wants to introduce themselves to you. Meet our Final Editor Jeremy Bernard, and our Website Manager Eda Saridogan!