Scars, disabilities, and tattoos. Photos and reflections on things that showed up on people during their life.
Reality TV doesn’t dictate how someone acts in real life but it does give viewers opportunities to judge us as if this is the first impression.
This was a really dumb idea. You would think going up to people and talking to them would be easy. It’s not.
My cousins pushed me into closets and shut the doors, called me countless names, and even sucked up my last baby tooth in the vacuum cleaner.
I looked at my dad and asked in a small voice, “We can’t help her?”
We definitely shared in the experience of stealing and hiding that from our parents as kids. What parent wouldn’t be upset about that? But as some of us have gotten older, relationships changed.
This visual piece is a part of Lit Mag: The UNTOLD Issue. Austin Lai is a freshmen currently attending Oakland Technical…
This visual piece is a part of Lit Mag: The UNTOLD Issue. Taijon Spain is an 10th grader at Kipp King Collegiate…
I sat down with my mom and my great grandma to talk about feminism not knowing how much race plays into being a feminist or not being one.