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Meghan Racklin
3L , founder . probably wearing pajamas right now.
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Meghan Racklin Apr 10
Congratulations! The topic is EXTREMELY my shit, can’t wait to read!
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Jessica Valenti Apr 9
Sorry but the first biohackers were teenage girls who took extra bc pills so they didn't get their period at prom
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Meghan Racklin Apr 6
Replying to @kaitlinmcnabb
Thank you so much!
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Meghan Racklin Mar 29
Replying to @josytheriveter
You’re perfect
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Meghan Racklin Mar 29
Serious question: is there a way to seamless a face mask?
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Meghan Racklin Mar 29
Replying to @hels
Bianca in the East Village. Great pasta, cute, would come get you in the bar next door if you had to wait for a table, decent prices.
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keith Mar 27
This is a concentration camp.
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Shantira Jackson Mar 26
Plz call Christian Siriano.
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Meghan Racklin Mar 25
My first for is up! Thank you for being a truly fantastic editor
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Vox Mar 25
“Rather than seeing clothes as disposable, visible mending values sustainability and suggests a different way of relating to our clothes.” —
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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Mar 21
Huge update: JP Morgan & Wells Fargo have announced that they will no longer fund private prisons. How did this happen? Through organizing people & public pressure! Everyday folks began paying attention to who was funding for-profit prisons & family separation,+ acted on it. ⬇️
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Meghan Racklin Mar 19
"Consumer choices aren’t the be-all and end-all of social change, but how people dress has a meaningful impact on their life in a way that’s often dismissed along with the fashion industry’s frivolity."
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Man Repeller Mar 18
"I know nothing, really, about the woman who once owned this suit, but wearing it gives me the sense that I share something with her: a body that is just a body instead of a problem."
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Meghan Racklin Mar 18
If you have a body and sometimes feel weird dressing it, read my essay for !
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Nadine Chemali  نادين Mar 14
In Arabic we say Allah yerhamon. May God grant them rest. It doesn’t matter what religion you are, or what you believe, these innocent people deserve their belief to be respected. I’m so sorry. Im so angry. I’m so sorry to the whole Muslim community right now. Allah yerhamon.
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Scaachi Mar 15
white people afraid of brown and black people continue to be the world’s most pervasive global threat
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Jenét Where are the girls and babies? Morrow Mar 12
I want the people who were up in arms about affirmative action in college admittance to keep that same energy for rich people who pay to get their kids into Ivy League schools. These are the people who are ACTUALLY stealing your kid's spot.
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Meghan Racklin Mar 10
This is appalling. Everyone deserves to eat, no questions asked.
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Meghan Racklin Mar 10
It’s National Day of Appreciation for Abortion Providers! Donate if you can:
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