Grace Rossman is a senior at Bard College at Simon’s Rock. “Activated” by an activism class she took with Jennifer Browdy during the fall of 2013, Grace developed “The Belly Monologues,” a multimedia project focused on body image, relationships, identity, eating behavior, and the many intersections thereof. Following the example of audacious author-activists like Eve Ensler (of “The Vagina Monologues” fame), Grace hopes to spark conversation and shift paradigms by honestly and unabashedly acknowledging the world as it is. Currently working on a book of short essays and poetry entitled Insatiable, she is ready and eager to sink her teeth into a cornucopia of meaty subjects revolving around desire, consumption, and nourishment.
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Thursday, 12 Feb 2015 - The mention of online dating often inspires people to use words like “desperate,” “sad” and “loser.” Until recently, I was of the firm opinion that the rise in online dating was evidence of the death of authenticity and humanity in our relationships.