The definition of abuse has been somewhat of a controversial topic for as long as it's been discussed. Probably because there are a lot of definitions for a term that is incredibly broad, as there isn’t one way in which someone can be abused in a family, relationship, or otherwise.
Recently, in a movement started by Zahira Kelly on Twitter, women are taking a new stance on the idea of abuse, and beginning to share their stories regarding abuse that is more than being hit, rather, examining the damage caused by emotional and mental abuse.
If you’ve been in an emotionally abusive relationship, you know the exact feeling that the tweets with the hashtag #MaybeHeDoesntHitYou are talking about.
Finstas. A slang term used to describe a “fake instagram” account, also known as a “spam account”. About a year ago, I would not have been able to understand the benefits of a finsta (after all, isn’t it just that much more work?), but now I see the appeal. These accounts are secondary profiles used to post emotional, controversial, or humorous content that would not conventionally fit someone’s public image. They are curated to a smaller circle of friends. Creating finstas is a trend that started a few years ago, popularized by various insta-celebrities, and now readily consumed by the teenage public. A passing fad such as this may seem insignificant in the long run, such as the Poke Wars on Facebook, but I have reason to believe that spam accounts are much more interesting.
If you’ve been anywhere near the Orlando International Airport lately, you may have noticed the major construction going on around one of the world’s most popular airports, soaring in as the fourteenth most popular airport in the United States (Orlando International Airport-Press).
The Orlando International Airport (MCO), is in fact, expanding. As Orlando continues to become one of the biggest global travel destinations, the current state of the seventy-four year old airport is not enough to keep up with the rise in traffic to The City Beautiful in recent years.