In, but Out: In this series, we will discuss the idea of being part of a particular community (African Americans, Female, Disability, Latinos, Christians, LGBT, and any other self-identifying group), but still feel like an outsider. There is an assumption that

Editor's Note: This post was previously published in The (Mis-)Adventures of Kittu Pannu.  Dear President-elect Donald J. Trump, You’ve done the unthinkable. You’ve convinced a little more than half of the country that you’re the right man for the highest office of

It was tantamount to a Friday afternoon “news dump.” On Monday, December 21, 2015—amidst the final build-up to Christmas and the related travel and time off—the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced that it was changing its obsolete

OLEK’s art explores sexuality, feminist ideals and the evolution of communication through colors, conceptual exploration and meticulous detail. OLEK consistently pushes the boundaries between fashion, art, craft and public art, fluidly combining the sculptural and the fanciful. With the old

Through fashion and dressing people communicate to the world who they are and how they want to be perceived. In essence, this is the way we present our identity.  Additionally, individuals’ clothing choices and style influence the notions of gender and

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