I’m very familiar with public transit--I’ve ridden the bus with my parents my whole life, and on my own since I was thirteen. Recently, I went on a trip to another city, which unlike where I live has a subway. Before I left, I researched its transit
(Disclaimer: I’m not an expert on improv, and this information is all based on my own experience unless noted otherwise. All the movement improv I’ve done has been supervised by a teacher, and in a dance studio, so I can’t necessarily advise on doing
When you’re young, especially--or at least that’s my impression, I haven’t ever not been young after all!--figuring out who you are can be a big thing. I’ve written before specifically about my experience realizing I’m gay, but beyond that, I’ve foun
“Do you have any advice for embarrassment? I get embarrassed about the littlest things; things I say or do, or how I look, and I really want to get over this.”
I get embarrassed pretty easily, too. I’ll say something “weird,” dress slightly
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