The Mess of Millennial Womanhood and the Myth of ‘Having It All’
I turned to my friend and asked, “What if I don’t want it all?”
That’s around the time I started listening to the band HAIM. I’d put them on anytime—in the car driving down the subdued clutter of Alvarado Boulevard late at night, window down, waiting for other drivers to lock eyes with me at red lights, or in my headphones, roaming the deserted produce aisle of Ralphs, fingers grazing the immaculate, unpunctured skins of hothouse tomatoes.
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ROSA BOSHIER is a writer living in Los Angeles. Her short fiction, essays, art criticism, and creative nonfiction have appeared in Guernica, Joyland Magazine, Literary Hub, The Offing, The Rumpus, Artforum, Hyperallergic, Vice, The Guardian, and The Washington Post, among others
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