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Cora Harrington

Today’s guest post is written by Kawai (she/her). Kawai is a writer and cartoonist based in Toronto. You can find her on Twitter @kawaishen. The last few years have seen major breakthroughs for cannabis activists in the US and Canada. In 2018, Canada legalized cannabis while in the US, some states have also legalized. More recently, in 2020, the American House of Representatives approved the decriminalization of marijuana at the […]

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You know what I love? A lovely, lush silk brocade, like the kind you’d see on an 18th century, pre-French Revolution armchair. I’m talking big Rococo vibes, the more ornate the better, with full looping wreaths of flowers in designs that were anything but subtle. Because why be plain when you can be fancy instead? Though there are no baroque armchairs in my future (most likely), one can dream. And […]

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In addition to butterflies, the lingerie world is falling in love with Chartreuse this Spring/Summer 2021 season. Since we’ve gone two seasons without a lingerie market, it’s been harder to track lingerie trends. But sometimes color trends – like this one – are really, really obvious. Green isn’t a color I’m usually attracted. It’s fine, but certainly not my favorite. However, this season I find myself feeling a little differently. […]

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I was in high school, when I learned, through what I now recognize as shade, that a thoroughbred was a particular breed of horse and not an adjective. In the many years since I’ve run across a not a small number of “horse people” (none of them were centaurs, unfortunately), who love horses in a way I’ll likely never be able to fully understand. And for those people, I imagine […]

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From winter, comes spring, a time of new beginnings following the harshness of the coldest months. After a year undeniably brutal in so many ways – ways we likely won’t even realize or understand until a long time from now – I’m hopeful 2021 heralds a return to normalcy. Or whatever our new version of it will look like anyway. It’s been a minute since I’ve done a post like […]

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