In our first episode, three of us discuss, what else, deeply embarrassing stories from our past.
Our summers aren’t for backyard pools or manicured lawns or days spent in air-conditioned basements. They are for screaming, running, falling. For skinned knees.
The history of these oversized baths in America is a history of socioeconomic divides, private and public spaces, and of course, bikinis.
The songs we danced to, the songs we cried to: Robyn, The Ramones, Sublime, Ella Fitzgerald, Cardi B, and, of course, Prince.
“It’s a lot more than a transaction of sex or a lap dance. People are also paying to feel a certain way, they’re paying to feel powerful, they’re paying to feel like their boss.”
For some women, losing their hair can mean losing a piece of who they are. I talked to a friend about how that feels.