Banner 1 - The Spill -magazine by underr

Self

Latest

SELF

"It is only when you step back, stop looking at the wires one by one, microscopically, and take a macroscopic view of the whole cage, that you can see why the bird does not go anywhere." (Marilyn Frye)
BY MICHELLE FAN

SELF

Coming out stories are as diverse as people
BY THE SPILL

SELF

There’s still so much we don’t know about menstruation that, as adults, we are still startled by what having our period really looks like - over and over again.
BY SHEMS ROCHA

SELF

Happy Pride month everybody!
BY THE SPILL

SELF

I used to think I had complete control over my body, until I met ‘him’: the ultimate Z list woke boy and friend of feminists, outed for toxic behaviour a year later
BY AMI VENRAR

SELF

I learned the pill is so much more than a contraceptive for disabled people like me
BY FRANCESCA HUGHES

SELF

"I worried about my safety because people are often driven to harm others simply because they cannot stand their existence."
BY THE SPILL

SELF

Living in America, the culture of Parsi Zoroastrians lives through me - and through the food I brought with me
BY RHEA DHANBHOORA

SELF

For years I obsessed over my capacity for commitment and love, until I looked up my symptoms and found out the truth
BY ADRIANNA NINE

SELF

“I’m incredibly proud that I came out despite having very low self-confidence."
BY THE SPILL

SELF

 It is possible to change the story we tell ourselves
BY DA YOUNG LISA PARK

SELF

“For me, transitioning was an act of self-love.”
BY THE SPILL

SELF

Reconnecting to natural roots leads the way to self love
BY MAXINE HARRISON
beauty-1584245.jpg

SELF

You really don't need to look perfect on your first try.
BY SAM MOORE
watercolor-5250481.jpg

SELF

What does it mean to be a true European?
BY AISHANATASHA ADISASMITA
Sam Adams - My Coming Out - The Thread -

Coming out stories are as diverse as people.

BY THE SPILL
Invisible disabilities - The Thread maga

SELF

Just because we look fine doesn't mean we are
BY LAVONNE ROBERTS

SELF

The only fresh start 2020 brought was towards the unknown.
BY NOEMIE HUREL