[LOVE] Okcupid: A Double-Edged Sword of Empowerment & Sexual Perversity
Feminism / Sex & Love / Society & Culture

[LOVE] Okcupid: A Double-Edged Sword of Empowerment & Sexual Perversity

“Maybe you should try online dating.” Ten years ago, that was something you never wanted to hear. Now, it’s no big deal. These days, most people have tried online dating at least once. It’s simply another way people socialize; the internet has forever changed the way we interact. The world is no longer the one our … Continue reading

7 Things Every Woman Should Know About Sex (Or At Least Remind Herself)
Confessions / Feminism / Sex & Love

7 Things Every Woman Should Know About Sex (Or At Least Remind Herself)

A month or so ago, a Reddit thread asking commenters to share things about sex they wish they were told but weren’t went absolutely viral. Many women’s pubs ran with this idea tweaking it ever so slightly. I think that’s a great thing, because whether we know these things, or need a little reminding the … Continue reading

ARTIST SPOTLIGHT: Feminist Illustrator & DIY Grrrl Kelley99 Tells Us Like It Is
Art / Feminism / Happy / Lit

ARTIST SPOTLIGHT: Feminist Illustrator & DIY Grrrl Kelley99 Tells Us Like It Is

Kelley99 is a Seattle-based illustrator and “proud activist of the F-Word.” DIY badass with her own art tattooed all over her body, this punk princess is a full-time free spirit dreamer. Kelley sat down with Luna Luna to talk about art, Girl Power, and embracing the beautiful dichotomy that comes with being human. Continue reading

Holiday Poetry Picks for Those Special Times You Need to be Alone With a Book
Art / Lit / Staff Picks

Holiday Poetry Picks for Those Special Times You Need to be Alone With a Book

Happy holidays! Everyone’s doing lists and talking of shopping and getting together with family, they brave the crowds and wait in sweaty lines. I myself avoid it like the plague (and flu shots). For the past few years since the divorce, I’ve spent Christmas alone. My daughter goes to her dad’s since he’s Catholic and … Continue reading

<b>CONFESSION</b>: On Being An Orphan, Using Men For Comfort & Ending Codependency
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CONFESSION: On Being An Orphan, Using Men For Comfort & Ending Codependency

By Anonymous I was an orphan during my teen years—but you’d never know it.I kept it a secret to everyone—my high school, my friends, strangers. I never told anyone we were poor, or that my parents weren’t really parents, and I’d act nonchalant when class photos were taken because we couldn’t afford them.   “Oh, … Continue reading