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Originally persecuted as a threat to Christendom — pop culture made witches into sexy, powerful and rebellious women, appealing to a whole new era of teenaged Tumblr aestheticists.
The hacktivist’s guide to style.
Now I can’t finish my cigarette, but as annoying as my newfound habit is—especially on uppers—, you smirk when I say it tastes like stale garlic hummus. “I think it’s cute you listen,” you tell me, “People rarely do.”
What if I decide I don’t want a “personal brand” anymore?
600 friends online and no one will return my texts.
“All of the young and affluent, from New England, from the West Coast, from Delaware — with degrees in social justice and peace politics — unable to have a conversation with the very demographic they spent hours defending in sociological capstone papers for well intentioned professors.”
We’re trading humanity for hatred, humanity for technology. Humanity’s a bitch.
Cambodia, Namibia, Greenland, groceries, laundry, and taxes.
The cold is comforting—it commands that we all wrap up in blankets and giant coats and sip black coffee all morning.
Somewhere in my controlled and easily embarrassed body, there is a desire to perform.