Jessinta Smith, Suffolk Community College
Despite the myth built around the college experience, not every semester can be one for the books.
It’s a little sad that we even had to make this list.
“A good bra is like a hug, in that it brings you intimacy without suffocation.”
They’re multiracial, trans-allies, family-oriented, sexually liberated, self-confident businesswomen, and what’s the argument against?
Body shaming goes both ways, and neither is pleasant.
Hell is other people, especially when it comes to sobriety.
Think of it as a different kind of abstinence-only education. One that works.
What is this testing? My memory? My time management? My coping abilities?
Mistakes will be made, due dates will be botched and frantic emails will go unanswered.
“When I put my hand in the air the professor stared at it, expecting a different color. ‘You’re Jessinta?’ she asked, incredulous.”
No matter how harmless your intentions are, asking about scars risks resurfacing past physical and emotional trauma.
Jessinta Smith, Suffolk Community College and Guest Contributor
A heartwarming story of perpetually sour grapes, a lifetime of terrible first impressions and, ultimately, begrudging acceptance.
With their questionable motives, crude humor and traumatic pasts, anti-heroes aren’t just hotter than heroes, they’re more relatable than them.
After getting sorted into Hogwart’s worst house, you might feel like your life’s over. It’s not. Or, maybe it’s not.
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