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If you’re a fellow creative like me, I’m sure you’ve felt the intimidation and pressure behind starting a project and creating new works. I’m a photographer and illustrator, and at times I find it immensely difficult to not only get inspiration for projects, but also even getting started on any ideas I’ve had in...

Let’s get something out the way before we delve further into this discussion. Virginity is a social construct made up to further curve women from having sex. It is common belief when you have sex for the first time, it is “supposed” to hurt, because you break your hymen for the first. That’s not how it works....

Before you embark further, please understand that an idiot with little life experience wrote this. However, this idiot has learned a few things over the years, especially when it comes to dating. Being a male, I can attest to hearing some ignorance spewed on the treatment of women. So, I have decided to make a do’s...

Whether the life-draining monster that is college tore you apart or they simply just moved away, the less mentioned “long-distance friendship” is just as arduous as the long-distance relationship.  For the friendships you just can’t bear to let go, here are some tips to keep your far-away friends close. Keep in touch...

Some days you wake up and immediately you know that it’s just one of those days.  Your mood is nasty; everything feels off. It’s terrible. Just plain terrible.  But worry not, here are some ways you can get over this slump quick. Listen to music Just plug some headphones in and block out the world.  Not only will...

Most commuters at the University of Houston, and possibly any university, tend to live double-lives; one here on campus and one at home.  Also, for most commuters, that other life tends to include a job that is fifteen minutes to an hour away from campus.  Balancing two lives, on campus and off, already comes with...

If you’re taking relationship advice from a magazine, you’ve already made the wrong choice. What most consumer media won’t tell you is that their full-proof plan to get you married by the age of 25 is nothing more than advice that you will never get the opportunity to use because you aren’t a character from a 90s...