DNA doesn’t care who lives and who dies.
What makes a good story? How do you keep yourself from boring the absolute hell out of everyone around you, or being (rightfully) ignored?
43. Find a trait in a person that drives you wild. A trait you love, something completely different from their overall appearance. Love the way a person blinks, or laughs, or cries. Love them for the tiny things.
He kissed her. She kissed him.
I hated receiving degrading and sexual messages from dozens of men a day, being inundated with barely-literate online cat calls that somehow considered themselves compliments.
Is there a way out?
How taking my clothes off for a Madam and the story that followed landed me a stalker, media scorn and ultimately taught me the value of privacy.
Hello, Internet. I’m here to give you some advice.
Someone I know today could be a distant memory tomorrow and that is the nature of a storied life.
If I had a horse, I would not give it a name. Instead, I would just call the horse “Horse,” for horse alone seems like a noble enough name for a stead.