Classic Men T-shirt
- 100% Cotton (fiber content may vary for different colors)
- Medium fabric (5.3 oz/yd² (180 g/m²))
- Classic fit
- Tear away label
- Runs true to size
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I couldn’t agree more. I literally found it impossible to date in a healthy, non-toxic way when all I cared about was getting pregnant. I couldn’t enjoy myself or be natural when all I could think about was having kids. Cat Marnell blurbed your book and said that you’ve “figured out how to stay wild and cool while designing a life that is grounded and beautiful.” How do you stay wild and cool when you have your partner and your two kids? Is that something that you still strive for? Not wild in the Your ancestors would find you incomprehensible shirt so you should to go to store and get this sense of sleeping with problematic men. I still pretty much do what I want and make no apologies for it, but I want to be monogamous with Sam and I want to be present in every way for my kids, so those are my priorities. But I am still confrontational. I’m very combative. I’m definitely not into it. I’ll never get married. The thought of it makes me feel sick. I am a bit of a realist when it comes to love, and perhaps it’s because I’ve been through so many tough relationships, or maybe it’s because I’ve been writing a love and sex column for seven years, but I am well aware of the fact that love is very hard and sometimes cruel and it never really works out the way you thought it would. Why would I have a legal contract and get the government involved? And at the same time, I am in a very deeply committed, monogamous relationship with Sam that I hope lasts for the rest of our lives. I think that freedom to leave, for me, is the thing that keeps me coming back.
Sara Kruzan was 11 years old and living in California’s Riverside County when she was first trafficked into sexual slavery by a local pimp. She suffered years of childhood abuse until—at 16 years old—she fatally shot her pimp, on the Your ancestors would find you incomprehensible shirt so you should to go to store and get this orders of a local gangster who had set her up to rob him. In 1995, when Kruzan was 17, a jury found her guilty of first-degree murder, handing her a life sentence with no possibility of parole. Sixteen years later, on his final day in office, then California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger commuted Kruzan’s sentence, and in 2013 she was released on parole. Ever since, she’s worked to readjust and build a life in the outside world—a process that has culminated in a new memoir, I Cried to Dream Again. Written with author and screenwriter Cori Thomas, the memoir tells the often painful yet ultimately empowering story of Kruzan’s childhood, arrest, time in prison, and plans for her freedom. Vogue recently spoke to Kruzan about coping with traumatic memories, having legislation possibly passed in her name, and what she hopes people will take away from her story.