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Byline: Diamond Braxton

In today’s world, it seems as though there has to be a meaning for everything, especially when it comes to your first tattoo. But, sometimes, it’s the experience that makes a first tattoo special and not the actual tattoo itself. Like every other 18-year-old, I rushed to the tattoo shop ready to get my first set of...

The time of summer bodies, Instagram bikini pictures and nude models are upon us. With the rise of the “slim-thick” movement, it becomes harder and harder to love your body. From the constant reminder of pictures with the “ideal body” surfing the web, magazines and even billboards, it seems as though America is trying...

In college, gym memberships can get costly. Even then, how do you know where to start once you do find a gym? Try out these five affordable workout apps that can either help you get in shape at home or at the gym.   Aaptiv Okay, so, I love Aaptiv. In my opinion, it works better as a running app, but they offer...

Most women only suffer from UTIs 1-2 times within their lifetime; however, if you’re one of the unlucky few that suffer from chronic UTIs (such as myself) then here are 10 ways you can help prevent UTIs to save you from a costly doctor’s visit.   Consume Fermented Goods Goods such as yogurts and kombucha contain live...

If you’ve ever tried dieting while also being a college student, then you’ll know firsthand just how difficult it is. However, the Ketogenic diet attracts people from all over the world because of its proven fat-burning results and guaranteed weight loss. The Keto diet requires participants to cut out sugars and...

Chances are your English literature classes made you read novels focused on heterosexual white characters, and I’m here to tell you that you’ve been missing out. After taking a gay and lesbian literature class in college, I learned that there’s more to life than plain Janes and Christophers. Here are my three favorite...