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Can't Talk | February 19, 2019

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July 1, 2016 |

Please welcome new guest writer Tara W. for a beautiful piece on how good stories impact her life.

I love stories and the thrill of experiencing something new. That’s why video games have always been a passion of mine. I … Read More

My First Fandom Was “Ghostbusters” And I’m So Annoyed

June 23, 2016 |

Please welcome guest writer and podcast host Eris Esquire. She brings us a piece on how fandom can influence us as kids.

When I got word that Can’t Talk was going to be taking my first fandom articles, I got … Read More

Aboard the RMS Titanic

June 22, 2016 |

I’ve been fangirling over things my whole life—I just didn’t have a term for it until my mid-20s. Before that, my peers would wrinkle their noses and call me obsessed. I hated that word because it felt so negative, but … Read More

Build It Anyway

June 16, 2016 |

Please welcome new guest writer CenterlineAP for a piece on trying new, difficult things.

When I was little, summertime was still a three-month period of neighborhood anarchy. It was a mystery bag of misfits released into the streets like a collection … Read More


May 20, 2016 |

Please welcome back guest writer Eris Esquire for some thoughts on “Overwatch.”

Despite growing up with the original Nintendo system, I don’t have a huge bank of memories of the “Duck Hunt” dog taunting me for my lack of skill … Read More

Avoiding the Nursery

May 4, 2016 |

Please welcome guest writer Fluidfyre, with a piece on choosing to be child-free.

In the late ’80s I was a snot-nosed little kid in grade two whose hair was a bird’s nest and whose favorite shirt was neon orange and … Read More

The Aesthetics of Invisible Illness

April 27, 2016 |

Welcome to guest writer Beth who wrote a piece for Aesthetics Week on how appearances can be deceiving. 

I know the look all too well as I hang up my handicap parking placard in my rear view window. It follows … Read More

I Didn’t Want To Ask

April 6, 2016 |

Please welcome back guest writer Chachi Bobinks for a piece on talking about domestic violence. Trigger warning: this article contains mention of emotional and physical abuse.

I am a huge fan of social experiments. Humans are fascinating and the way … Read More

Socially Awkward

February 16, 2016 |

Please welcome back guest writer Sarah Coleman for a piece on being vulnerable in friendship.

I’ve always found navigating friendships more difficult than dating but, then again, I married the first guy I dated. But, I knew that I really … Read More

Why We Should Listen To Kids

February 11, 2016 |

Please welcome guest writer Chris with a fantastic piece on listening to kids when they report abuse.

Over Christmas dinner, a prison guard for the juvenile system , whom I am barely related to, spoke with pride and mixed anger … Read More