“You look at people the way you look at art: the body is a canvas for the artist, and while you begin to imagine meaning, the artist is known only by invitation.” You first notice physical details about a stranger. What does their tattoo mean? What is the rubber bracelet on their wrist? Why a mustache…
This week, Jennifer explains how conditional love and support sets up others for performance anxiety and contingent self-esteem.
I recently went on my first solo adventure. Along the way, I got three (almost four) lotus tattoos.
This week, Jennifer discusses how creative thinking makes us superheroes. Our superpower? Human ingenuity. Or, you know, doing what you love and doing it well.
An evening filled with old memories playing with legos and new memories eating lego doughnuts.
In the wake of guilt, fear, and remorse, I exerted courage by adventuring with strangers.
HEADSCRIBBLES is a collaborative web comic written by Jennifer M. Hartsock and illustrated by Jordan Harrington. After Molly abandons what she believes is nitrous oxide intoxication, she explores everyday adventures while her brain conductor counsels her on how exploration should be done.
Question 26: What is your opinion on sexual fetishes? Feeder fetish, fat fetish, foot fetish, crush fetish, acrotomophilia fetish, etc.
Due: Friday, May 15