Impressions 89

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It must be peak feminist to get the period on March 8.

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The Unexpected Interview: A Perspective on the World from an Unsuspected Source

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My dear readers, your keen journalist has taken up another intriguing task. This time, I’ve decided to look behind the curtain of a personality that has intrigued so many, the political figure that has stirred the rather stale slumbered surface of the public. She is the unexpected candidate in this year’s presidential campaign, and she has gained a lot of popularity and support from usually inactive parts of the voting body.

In this exclusive interview, your favourite pen-driven investigator sat down and talked to this fascinating phenomenon that started an avalanche of different, new thoughts, redefining the notions of freedom, opportunities, privileges, and rights. Follow me on this journey of multi-part series interview, a composition of several conversations that had happened over the course of the past month, and discover interesting insights into this strange notion of existence that we share. To my interviewee, I would like to express great gratitude to her for accepting to participate in this endeavour with me and for answering every question without hesitation.

Impressions 88

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Another Pride Month has come and gone, and as this summer is at its peak it gave me the idea to write about a topic that I wasn’t really able to articulate before. It’s time for the bi-curious case of bisexual bane. It took me a while to address this, but in the meantime I’ve gained some experience, I got to witness and be part of different situations, and all of it helped me put this into words. Now, you might agree with the following passages, and you might not. And that’s fine. You can share your story and give your perspective, that’s what comments are for. Onto the text then. Continue reading

Impressions 86

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The reaction after achieving the long-awaited success is surprisingly not that ecstatic. It’s just emptiness. At this point, there is only a question. Now what? Where to? It’s always about the next goal, it’s as if one isn’t enough. There will inevitably be another.

Let the Future In

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We must seize the potential presented by the future. If we fail it, we will fail ourselves. This rainbow path is the gateway into the years to come.