Being in a violent relationship is not something to be ashamed of. I want to write that over and over. I want write it on billboards. It is something you can grow from. It can, with time, lead you down a path of self-discovery.
“Is my relationship lacking romance, or am I just too consumed with my BF’s Instagram feed and with “likes” to notice it standing right in front of me?” Evie Bear poses the question, is romance dead or has social media made her blind?
Sex and social media are gripping their hands even tighter around popular culture. When things become this prevalent, it’s natural for brands to want to get into the conversation. Case in point, Calvin Klein Jean’s latest #mycalvins ad campaign.
I’ve been thinking a lot about what it means to love yourself and what it takes to lose the detrimental internal dialogue that hinders us from loving ourselves. Maybe the key to self-love isn’t as unattainable as we think.
There’s been a lot of noise on the internet lately about eating ass. Guys claiming they’re all about doing it, girls exclaiming they want it done. But there’s something crucial missing in the conversation.