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In the least sociopathic way possible, I have several notecards with scribbled thoughts and unfinished theories displayed around my room. In fact, I considered equipping my walls with chalkboard paint and sleeping with chalk next to me for those pitch ideas that are fleeting but vital. In lieu of this desire, I utilize the notes on my phone - 859 and growing! [continue reading]
The very thing you hold in your hands rests in an ideology that posits the words of journalistically bound individuals as not only vital but worthy of defense. [continue reading]
As I frightfully look around at the seemingly ever present hate of this globe, I can’t help but try to find the root; the root of Charlottesville, the transgender military ban, sexual assault, gun violence, hate speech, and white supremacy. I aspire so innately to identify a cornerstone to this treacherous system of events we know, unfortunately, too well. [continue reading]
Due to antiquated statutes, there is currently a law in place called the Goldwater Rule. This states that it is, according to the American Psychiatric Association, “unethical for psychiatrists to give a professional opinion about public figures they have not examined in person, and from whom they have not obtained consent to discuss their mental health in public statements.” [continue reading]