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We are equal, because we're different.

  No two people are born the same. We have different anatomy types designed to carry out different functions. Our genetic makeup both in our own ancestral lineage and in our genders carves out a unique signature of our human forms. And yet, what has sustained our evolution through all these centuries is not the coming together of what is similar; but of what is different.   Opposites attract. This is a biochemical impulse, our natural instincts to create the strongest bloodline. We are drawn to merge, and create new life from the best (and worst) of two worlds. We bring to the world our greatest selves and our worst. We meet our likeness in one another and find comfort...

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My findings, Sex & Blood.

My findings, Sex & Blood.  Males will never fathom her complexities. Let’s accept that.    I write to share my thoughts now at 23 years of age, after several years of transformation. A growing consciousness it seems, sprouted by the practice of Yoga & meditation, trauma too. I was conditioned growing up by the males around me. Toxic masculinity and the mentality of objectifying the female body. A life confined to this mindset sings for change.   My findings…   I’ve learnt that to be ‘let in’ by a women is an honour. Entering her space, her body, her land should be done with intention and respect. The vagina is sensitive and sacred. She is the birthplace of human life....

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Returning

  Our business began on the cold concrete floor of a tiny shop, in India.    Three years have passed since we sat drinking chai, sharing beliefs and discussing dreams with one gentle hearted Indian man. My memories seem to move and glow iridescently, leaving me in the shadows of their dreamlike ways in question of the reality of it all.   Was it really so simple; the story that we remember, the signs and synchronicities that have carved our story, the simple words of faith that sealed our fate…   “when you run, I’ll run with you.”    This is Bhaskar Jain. To us he is, Mr. Jain.    Our unconventional silent partnership was born of a shared belief...

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Moss Journal: An Intimate Interview

** It was such a pleasure to be interviewed by the talented and inspiring Ella From Moss Journal. This is an excerpt from her Incredible space for the creative exploration of sustainability: www.mossjournal.com ** Meet Brittany, Isabella and Anna, the clever and conscious minds behind Byron Bay label, The Hemp Temple. One of the few clothing brands around exclusively using hemp, they design timeless basics for really living in and intended to last beyond drifting trends. The way they operate their business contributes to the growing movement towards a circular economy in which waste, resources, emissions and energy leakage are reduced. As one of the biggest strains on the environment, the fashion industry is in need of a real shift, along with...

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