Ed­i­tor’s Note

Scout - - IN THIS ISSUE - Lex Cel­era Ed­i­tor in Chief

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.

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