Source of photo.

Going through my life on a day to day basis, I find myself noticing little details about the basis for how a lot of us view our world, and particularly I notice this the most when in my interactions with other people who are not familiar with me. My physical…


Source: https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2020/03/why-lockdowns-work-epidemics-coronavirus-covid19/ , REUTERS/Alberto Lingria

It’s no secret that the current global lockdown that’s been mandated by governments worldwide to slow the spread of COVID-19 has been taking a toll on the mental health of a good chunk of the global population. Scrolling on various social media feeds I’ve been seeing plenty of posts from…


Image Source: https://www.trainingjournal.com/articles/features/how-attract-and-retain-neurodiverse-candidates-your-workforce

To anyone who studies social sciences, this statement is blatantly obvious, but even so I will find people who think that this doesn’t (or shouldn’t) apply in deeply personal contexts, such as in the goings on in a household. However this logic is deeply flawed in the context of the…


The following is the long version of an essay that I wrote for a class on political theory. The basic premise is that Liberalism is becoming defunct because it’s political legitimacy is on the line. …


A picture from this article on EDF from ADDitude Magazine visualizing executive dysfunction.

Imagine you’re a student, you’re writing an assignment for a lower level English class that’s about 5 pages or so that is due in a few hours, you know what you want to write about and you know how to structure it according to the rubric. You sit down to…

Rosie Sage

20. University student studying Philosophy and Sociology. Agender Trans Girl. Autistic & Bipolar. Writing from experience.

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