There seems to be a stigma attached to women who wear high heels to uni—or anywhere casual, really. People say: why would you do that? That’s really silly. Don’t your feet hurt? Your feet look like they hurt. News flash: if I wear heels, it’s because I want to—not to.
I don’t feel comfortable. Maybe it’s my anxiety, but I’m not so sure. My palms are sweaty. My breathing escalates. I feel their eyes on me. You don’t belong here, they snicker. I pause. Well . . . Why don’t I belong here? I’m talking about my recent visits to.
One in ten women—that’s how many will be affected by the insidious disease that is endometriosis. So, with an issue so common, why don’t we hear about it? Jessica Tomkins is twenty years old, and she’s been in constant pain since 2012. Since the birth of her two children—a three-year-old.
She’s known on Twitter for her strong opinions on feminism and rights issues. Yet, despite the barrage of hate she receives on a daily basis, Australian actress Caitlin Stasey is taking it to a whole new level. Known for her roles in Reign and Tomorrow When the War Began, Stasey.