Category Archive: – Elise

Crocheting, Cake, and Queerness: On Asexuality

By Elise Nagy Lately I’ve been thinking about how much I’d like to be able to join a club for asexuals. I know that might sound a little odd. You might wonder what… Continue reading

Redefining Body Image: An Interview With Haley Cue

By Elise Nagy Last weekend I had the chance to sit down for a cup of tea and a (Facebook) chat with the babeliest of babes, Detroit-based graphic designer and body positive activist… Continue reading

Editor’s Note: On Grief, Forgiveness, and Healing

Some of our lovely writers proposed the series we’re introducing this week. We want to write and talk about grieving, about forgiveness, about healing, and about how those are all rather murky waters… Continue reading

Editor’s Note: Back to School

Now that it’s officially October, even the most optimistic of us have to admit that summer’s really over… The series we’re introducing this week is “Back to School.” In their essays and book… Continue reading

Self Care: Self Indulgence & Survival

By Elise Nagy Sometimes self care looks like the unremarkable motions of life. Sometimes self care looks like a small and inexplicable deviation from those motions, an impulsive change in direction: a brisk… Continue reading

Editor’s Note: A Series on Self Care

Lately I’ve been thinking a lot about self care: what it means, how we do it, why we need to, why we sometimes can’t, and why nobody talks about it. To kick things… Continue reading