As a femme gay man, Corey Camperchioli was teased for his feminine traits. Now he wears femininity as a badge of honor.
Writer/actor Corey Camperchioli is pushing back against the idea that "being feminine or markedly queer is a bad thing."
This article was originally published on Unwritten. “Damn girl, you’re so pretty.” I sit alone wearing a cropped t-shirt
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Ericka Pittman in many ways is like a complicated melody -- there are layers to experience and the more you engage you'll hear various notes in different ways.
Allison Morris challenges the beauty rituals women have every right to partake in, but often feel pressured to use as a means of achieving perfection.
We often see freedom as one's ability to move freely. However, we should consider the true essence of FREEDOM! Living in a free society, I once thought that I was able to do as I pleased, live as I pleased and say what I pleased, as long as I did not infringe on others. I have come to the realization that true freedom, is the ability to live without fear.
Or just wear deodorant anyway. It's generally a good idea.
No matter what situation you might be going through, the most important thing to remember is that you define your narrative. You have the power to take an unfortunate situation and to learn from it, coming out better than ever.