We’re the Last Good Girls Alive
Who will remember a girl’s pain when the evidence disappears?
McKenzie Schwark is a Chicago based writer whose work focuses on chronic illness, sexual education, and reproductive rights justice. Schwark has worked as a breaking news contributor at Teen Vogue, a staff writer at Project Consent, and is published or forthcoming in Tinder’s Swipe Life, She Knows, womanly magazine, bitch media, and more. For more visit www.mckenzieschwark.com
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