So, you’ve found another broken man – perhaps he was lifting weights at your gym or he drove the Lyft you took to the airport last week or his Tinder profile pic was so cute you couldn’t help but swipe right. Or maybe you already have a man and recently discovered his “Check Man” light flashing. No matter where you found him or how long you’ve had him, if he’s broken, chances are you’re worried, and rightfully so. After all,
This article was written as part of a series for our partnership with The Sophia Way where we helped tell the stories of women experiencing homelessness in a new way – using humor to discuss the challenges they face everyday and appreciate their strength and resourcefulness. Push snooze four times, skip brushing your hair, and maybe your teeth too. Walk out in the same clothes and make-up from the night before and do hot yoga to get the right
Article written by Betsy Hunt It was my first night being homeless. I packed everything I could fit into my car and parked where I hoped I would be safe and wouldn’t get a ticket. Wrapped in a sleeping bag, I squeezed my legs between the two front seats in an attempt to spread out. My toes were able to fully extend but my knees and hips ached with rage as they “rested” at awkward angles. As a young girl
Article written by Silvia Bajardi Megan sat quietly at the bus stop while her back ached. The fresh breeze gave her some momentary relief. She noticed there was gum stuck to the bench that was also stuck to the seat of her pants. This was just another minor nuisance, like bags under your eyes after a sleepless night or bad breath after eating garlic. She sat there waiting, after a long journey on foot, her backpack rested against the bench.