Monthly Archives: December 2013

6 Life Lessons You Should Learn The Hard Way

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Shutterstock   1. It’s better to have loved and lost than never loved at all. Humans were not made to be alone. As much as we like convincing ourselves that watching Netflix in the darkness…

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Having Sex Does Not Make Me A Sinner

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I remember being 13 and learning that abstinence was the only way. There was no talk of condoms. No talk of birth control. No talk of diaphragms (I didn’t even learn what those were until…

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I Accidentally Fell in Love With You

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Shutterstock I can’t tell you exactly when it happened. I can’t tell you why my feelings for you suddenly changed. I can’t tell you how we went from being casual acquaintances, to being this. What…

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A Letter From The Other Woman

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Ángelo González He will never leave you for me. And we both know it. All the cards have been laid and turned. We both put up the best fight of our lives: quiet but fierce…

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This Is How I Want You Today

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Gianni Cumbo Today, I want something comfortable. I want hugs and cuddles and drinking on the sofa while watching crappy TV. I want to lean into your body and to spring up to grab you…

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Don’t Give A Crap About Being Cool!

Originally posted on Thought Catalog:
Being ironic, being detached, in a word, being cool feels very important in our uber-fast tech-driven world of slick appearances and curated social media identities. But I’m here to tell you, my friends, paraphrasing what…

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What We Talk About When We Talk About Losing Our Virginity

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I take issue with the term “lose your virginity.” I take issue with the verb, with the idea of loss. Having sex for the first time isn’t a loss, it’s a gain. You gain an…

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