With Roe v. Wade under attack and abortion bans squaring off against reproductive rights, those with agendas use case studies and extrapolated scenarios to speak for entire groups, missing details and nuances important to the larger debate.
In the second edition of her debut collection of essays and poems, Jane Aman explores the chaotic road to recovery from trauma.
Plight of the Pangolin discusses the pangolin and, of course, their plight. As the speaker laments humanity's treatment of the pangolin, it brings about a beacon of hope, a silver lining through it all: it's not too late to help change their fate.
Though there are lots of projects published and forthcoming that give a much-needed voice to those affected by sexual violence, and many do accept anonymous pieces, there isn’t a space specifically for those who aren’t comfortable sharing their name alongside their stories.