There’s something seductive about anonymity. It’s mysterious and alluring – a secret begging to be found. But what if it’s just a way to let the art itself take control?
When it comes to body positivity, there are various schools of thought. Check out this interview for Meghan Trainor’s thoughts behind her break-out hit, “All About That Bass.”
An interview with slam poet Melissa May, the writer and performer of “Dear Ursula” and the author of “SparkleFat.”
In high school, I began to consider getting a breast reduction. For years, I had struggled with back pain and ill-fitting clothes, and, with no end in sight, I knew it was time to take action. Surgery felt like the best option, but the prospect terrified me. It was so foreign and scary – I…
My interview with Holly Van Voast, the woman behind the infamous “moustache and tits” of Harvey Van Toast, New York City’s “Topless Paparazzo.”
For the past little while, I’ve gotten the chance to have a virtual dialogue with Colleen Clark, self-proclaimed “illustrator and comic-maker.” Inspired by her comic “You Have Body Issues,” I knew I had to talk to her directly. Be sure to check out her illustrated Guest Post.
For six years, GoTopless has been fighting for equal topless rights: either everyone can go topless, or none at all. The movement began in 2007 after Phoenix Feeley, a topless protester, was paid $29,000 for being wrongfully arrested for going topless in New York City. That’s right, wrongfully. In the state of New York, women are allowed…