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  • I dream of a world

    By Zainab “I stood up for myself and my values as a woman when my family wanted to decide for me. I dream of a world where women can follow… Read more

  • Untitled

    By Asha I hope the uncertainty of yourself doesn’t end when you’re lying with the rocks you choose to breathe instead of fresh air. Your touch is unfamiliar as if… Read more

  • Bullshit Lines

    collated by Dwell Time (2021) Dwell Time is an award winning, not-for-profit arts publication reflecting on mental wellbeing. Produced and curated by Alice Bradshaw, Vanessa Haley & Lenny Szrama, founded… Read more

  • Poem Regarding World Toilet Day

    By Mohammad Zahir Saadat Celebrate World Toilet’s Day on November 19th Spread awareness around the world Let me share few words That will be helpful for every human being So,… Read more

  • The Feminist Toilet #2

    Published on World Toilet Day, 2021 Edited By Sammy Ginsberg & Brian Sonia-Wallace Dear Toilet-appreciator, For some the toilet is an embarrassing necessity, something one does but never talks about.… Read more

  • Thank You!

    By Sammy Ginsberg Thank you, thank poo! We would like to thank our amazing contributors for taking us seriously when we said, “please send you your toilet poems!” It is… Read more

  • 5 Facts About Toilets That Will Help You Understand How Your Toilet is Saving Your Life

    By World Toilet Organization, curated by Sammy Ginsberg A clean and safe toilet ensures health, dignity and well-being – yet 40% of the world’s population does not have access to… Read more

  • Not a pristine thing in sight

    By Radhaika Kaipur Don’t expect me to say that word. I’ll tip toe around, dodging those contaminated places I’ll replace “toilet” with “bathroom” Feign retching if you bring up behaviours… Read more

  • My Bathrooms

    By Anita McLaughlin the first was in a small stucco ranch built for GIs and their families my only memory my mom’s diaphragm hung from a hook behind the door… Read more

  • Toilet Vignettes

    By Mario Incandenza i. i asked her to cut off my finger standing at the entry way or was it exit watching her ride down the east london road perched… Read more

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