The newest Disney movie, Encanto, is widely accepted in the community for being a representation of transgenerational trauma. And while that core concept is as evident in the movie as […]
A lot of folks out there want to have their own “happily ever after.” That’s why a lot of media ends with a “happily ever after,” or at least some form of it so that the audience can live vicariously through the character to get some form of satisfaction.
I had this drafted from last year but the sentiment still stands. What the hell is up with those “satisfying” videos?
People, like the characters that we write about, follow similar rules. That’s the foundation of storytelling, we base them on things we already know.
You might have heard of the saying about how we humans are born storytellers. It doesn’t matter where we are and who we are with, we’re always spinning some kind of tale. Some of them live on in history and become legendary folktales, while others are just told to pass […]
I always thought that staying in your lane is something everyone can and have always been doing, but I’ve been proven wrong time and time again.
2019. It feels like it is a repeat of 2018 but instead of feeling like it launched itself away from the linear timeline, it feels like it is dragging on and occupying the space that 2018 didn’t spend any time occupying.
Dear Number Seven,
Has anyone ever felt like their name is not their own name? I’ve been feeling this disassociation for a while now. I’m not even sure if I can confidently tell you my name anymore because it almost feels like I don’t have a name. I just am.