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    Laura Harcourt

    Part of WWAC's editorial team, Laura has loved comics ever since her very first copy of Betty and Veronica Double Digest. Until her own superhero training is complete, she spends most of her time writing about others. She is most usually found in Western New England and is easily startled by loud noises.

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  • Drink Your Comics: Betty & Veronica and the Fourth of July

    Drink Your Comics: Betty & Veronica and the Fourth of July0

    I don’t know about you, but for me, summer means the Cape, the beach, and long evenings sitting with a cool drink out in the backyard. In general, I reach for my tried and true Tanqueray gin and tonic, but if, like me, you want to try a few new flavors, here are a few

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  • Casually Sidestepping Toxicity: Sex Without Monogamy

    Casually Sidestepping Toxicity: Sex Without Monogamy1

    We’ve all been lied to about sex. This is pretty obvious: anyone who has been sexually active even once knows that the general, socially-approved narrative of what sex is and what sex should be like is, if not a flat-out lie, at least a glossy, gorgeous fiction. As we grow up and get thrown into

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  • 6 Movie Scores and Soundtracks to Level Up Your Day

    6 Movie Scores and Soundtracks to Level Up Your Day3

    • March 25, 2016

    One of the great frustrations of being a bookworm, gamer, comics addict, or film devotee is knowing that the real world will never quite measure up to the ones in our favorite fictional worlds. It will never be quite as exciting, dramatic, romantic, or perilous: our world is mundane. The ones we devour through books and

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  • Buying Flowers for Girls: The Importance of Romantic Friendships

    Buying Flowers for Girls: The Importance of Romantic Friendships8

    Like most holidays in America, Valentine’s Day has come to stand in for the entire month of February. While romantic love is all good and well (as are cheap chocolates and roses), WWAC Lifestyle is celebrating love of the platonic variety (and the many variations therein) this month. We started with Catie Coleman’s tips on how

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