Time Out Barcelona
Time Out Rachel Arieff (PDF)
She discovered her freaky side this way: at 14, as a member of the gymnastics team, she had to wear a leotard. She preferred, however, to wear men’s underwear that she’d tie-dyed herself. Everyone laughed at her. “From that moment on, I expressed myself however I felt.”
In college, bulimia cut short her political science studies. Volunteering in shelters for Central American refugees changed her perspective. “These people had nothing. My problems disappeared overnight.”
Vino a Barcelona huyendo de una escena de comedia “estandardizada, donde mandaban el hombre blanco”. Para ella, “freak” es un sinónimo de “la diversidad, de la vida real, de ser tú misma”.