Lisa Marie Basile is a writer & editor living in NYC. She writes about women, sexuality, foster youth, the occult, and the arts. She founded lunalunamagazine.com. Books; http://amzn.to/1ORD1Sg
Simultaneously sitting at the crossroads of alt and mainstream, the witch caught on — even for people who’d never considered her magic before. And it’s led us to where we are today.
Yes, I'm celibate. No, I'm not a nun.
Create the poetry you want to read. There are no rules, and if someone tells you there are, they’re probably not evolving quickly enough.
I do love glamour, and I’m not going to apologize for that. I am deliberately trying to bring back dignity and pleasure to glamour, which is something that used to give women a great deal of pleasure before they started having to feel guilty about it.
Imagine being young, alone, and having literally no one advocate for you. Imagine it. With overcrowded school systems, lack of resources in low-income neighborhoods and, ultimately, few people who understand the condition of the orphan, the foster care spiral becomes a black hole.
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Lisa Marie Basile's What's Not Said column explores topics people feel uncomfortable talking about out loud — things that exist in nuance and areas of shame or misunderstanding.
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I am roughly equal parts Mediterranean (only 20% of that being Italian!), Northwestern European, Iberian, Middle Eastern, West Asian—with a bit of Balkan and Ashkenazi Jewish mixed in.
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“Normalizing privilege is dangerous to community and to the nation.”
But by trying—and failing—and trying again, I found the right solution for me. I took actual care of my body, said no to the problem, and gave myself the time I needed to move through it.