A young male programmer employed by a Google-esque company wins a contest to spend a week in the paranoically secluded abode and laboratory of the company’s grandiose and manipulative CEO. 1,068 more words
At the intersection of newly acquired streaming HBO and a plague that has fallen over my house I have watched three seasons of Girls back to back. 573 more words
I am sincerely sorry for “abandoning” this blog for the last few weeks. I have had some health issues recently (and just lived through the most pain-filled and doctor-appointment-filled two months of my life thus far), so haven’t been well enough to regularly write. 166 more words
If you’ve been here a while, you know I don’t really think there are “rules” when it comes to style and clothing. I think you should be able to wear whatever you want simply because you want to. 220 more words
My second piece published by Fembot mag is about natural beauty and the feminist peers I’ve encountered who’ve tried to push it on me.
If you’ve been reading this blog for a while, you know how I feel about people who jump to conclusions about appearances, but this article is a little bit different because it focuses on how damaging forcing your aesthetic preferences on other women can be to the feminist community. 24 more words