Cutting My Hair to Free Myself from Capitalism
Each season of haircutting marked a major life shift, and I recoiled because I was tired of transitioning. I just wanted to be.
They fell out.
Yes, this country is thirsty for your blood and I’m sorry I can’t protect you.
let her know if there was aaaanything she could do.I’m sorry
There’s no vulnerability in this. I know you want to trust me but you don’t.
Fullamusu Bangura is a writer originally from Washington, D.C. and currently residing in Chicago, Illinois. They are the author of the essay-book “...Considers Lil’ Kim’s Hard Core.” Their work has been published in Bitch Magazine, New Delta Review, and they were a 2020 Best of the Net Poetry finalist.
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A woman living alone has heard every story about the woman living alone. We constantly negotiate the knowledge of our vulnerability, both real and amplified by stories we’re told.