How Lunchbox TikTok Is Healing My Relationship With Food
Lunch-packing videos have shown me that, regardless of your age or your body size or how big of a breakfast you had, we all deserve to eat.
I’m taking a little break for my mental health. Text me if you need me! [Peace-sign emoji.]
Camille is a writer living in Chicago. Her work has appeared in BuzzFeed, Bustle, Narratively, Autostraddle, the Daily Dot, and elsewhere. She's also the author of Queer Disbelief: Why LGBTQ Equality is an Atheist Issue.
Enter your email address to receive notifications for author Camille Beredjick
Confirmation link sent to your email to add you to notification list for author Camille Beredjick
More by this author
Before I Came Out as Nonbinary, My Gender Was Thin
I needed to fight my way out of the trance of thinness in order to find out what else was possible, in order to finally see myself.
How to Say I Love You in French
To interact with French people is to hear endless suggestions for improvement.
How to Come Out in French
Before I was queer, I was French.
More in this series
How This Woman Celebrates Black History and Food in Salvador, Brazil
Miraci is being the one thing blackness has always been forced to be even when unwilling—political.
Celebrating My Malaysian Heritage Through the Beauty of Rojak
Like rojak, our fluid and hybrid identities, I believe, make us more accepting as a community. Mixture is celebrated instead of shunned.
Remembering My Chinese Heritage Through Re Gan Mian
Before I knew it, I finished my re gan mian, and I was filled to the brim with Wuhan, now a place no longer foreign to me.