Some of these writers barreled headfirst into lives of opulence and indulgence, while others wound up in prisons and insane asylums. In either case, we're thankful they did. It's made for great reading.
Relationship issues, divorce, family problems, toxic environments, job search difficulties, and questionable friendships are just some factors that contribute to this generation’s overwhelming experience of shame, depression, confusion, anxiety, and deep sadness.
Amanda De Cadenet—founder of GirlGaze, host of her own talk show The Conversation, and author of It’s Messy: on Boys, Boobs, and Badass Women—tells Beyond The Interview what parents of today need to be aware of, and how both men and women can move forward in a post-#MeToo world.
First there were deprivation of basic human rights. Next, there were boycotts. Then, forced business closures, and then they were forced to wear symbols to label them. After, there were curfews, then deportations to ghettos. And finally. concentration camps and gas chambers. And that's just the simplified version.
“Aside from the ‘connotations’ of the lower back placement, I think it perfectly suits the curves of my body. Besides, if there is any part of my body should express sexual willingness it should be my mouth, with my words.”