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Twin Doors (The Museum)

Twin Doors (The Museum)

A Chapter by Toki


I know Daniel means well, but I would take him more seriously if he weren't such an a*****e about everything.
Who Are You?

Who Are You?

A Poem by tekphobik


A spoken word piece, modified very slightly for the internet.
A Spoon of Salt

A Spoon of Salt

A Poem by Michael Thrower


Before you read: This poem is about the general "A student" that most of us know shouldn't be in that position. The Sarah Palin of school.
Little People

Little People

A Poem by Max Whipple III


Why so small?
A Misfit's Diary

A Misfit's Diary

A Book by Audrey Bowers


The diary of an imperfect teenager who doesn't know where she belongs but knows she doesn't belong where she is.
Byeontae: Memoirs of a Horny Teenager

Byeontae: Memoirs of a Horny Teenager

A Book by Momotube


A Korean American teen tries to learn the joys and hardships of what it is like to be in a relationship while trying to overcome the barriers of stere..
Marketed Knowledge

Marketed Knowledge

A Story by egg13


A fictional memoir.
The World Unseen Deserves to Be Seen

The World Unseen Deserves to Be Seen

A Story by S.W.


This is a paper that I wrote about how the mass American media needs to be better utilized to shape the lives of marginalized persons such as females,..
Truth

Truth

A Poem by What Do I Put Here?


Disgraced and shamedWe are the poisoned youthCan you hear the liesOr are they truth?A world that sends you runningFrom your broken dreamsLeft to die a..
Jesse

Jesse

A Story by Gabby Bloedel


A stereotypical tragedy based loosely on the life of a close friend. Most sayings and expressions directly quoted from Jesse himself.
Just For Two

Just For Two

A Poem by Michael Iam Bone


This poem is about french stereotypes. :}D
How to become a woman?

How to become a woman?

A Poem by Ambika


A guide to be an ideal woman.
The Silliest Halloween

The Silliest Halloween

A Chapter by Debbie Barry


A high school Halloween story.
The Silliest Halloween

The Silliest Halloween

A Story by Debbie Barry


A high school comedy for Halloween.
Addressing Stereotypes

Addressing Stereotypes

A Chapter by Debbie Barry


An essay about judging other people according to stereotypes. Written for PHI 103: Informal Logic.