All my life I’ve considered myself an outsider, which I myself relating to any character from Friends, or any Hogwarts house, or any pop culture fandom devotion for that matter; I envied anyone with a strong sense of identity. Attaching yourself to an archetype meant you had a strong sense of easier. It wasn’t that I didn’t have a barkada many friendships were out of circumstance rather than genuine draw friends of the same crowd, and for someone who moved around a lot in my youth, it meant drawing no one and everyone.
it was there that I found friends, some of whom I’ve met in real life. As time went on, these connections grew larger and more “professional” in scale, which meant communities through
lives, to the point that life online and “real life” are one and the IRL and online. I encountered the haunting, fantastic music internet. We captured various forms of tension and imagine them through ways of dress, and headed out to learn more and in real life.
at work and aiming for change may seem glamorous and feel of the stories we have in this issue are stories on women.