A Deeper Understanding of How The Manchester Attack Targeted Girlhood

During the digital maelstrom of what was social media users responding in shock and confusion at the Manchester Arena tragedy (that happened after Ariana Grande wrapped a concert as a part of her Dangerous Woman U.K. tour) one of the tweets I saw was from Jill Filipovic, author of the book, H-Spot: The Feminist Pursuit of Happiness. In a stern tone, she asked all of us to not find it … Continue reading A Deeper Understanding of How The Manchester Attack Targeted Girlhood

The Death of Romance: Stay At Home And Give Up The Fairy Tale? What’s A Girl To Do?

by Shae From spring 2016, it appeared that the one-time king (or queen) of solely ratchet YouTube videos, Funky Dineva, had switched gears and found his inner relationship guru to share with his thousands of viewers. Dineva was known for being wigged out and in bright lipstick while giving commentary on celebrity gossip and boorish shenanigans. His days as the white-blond Miss Ross was a lift … Continue reading The Death of Romance: Stay At Home And Give Up The Fairy Tale? What’s A Girl To Do?

A Woman And Her Headphones: Let Her Be, Or Just Be Normal

I’m not sure what feels–in this non-ideal hypothetical universe–worse: accidentally leaving your portable music player at home or, instead, your set of headphones to enjoy the music with. In the past, I’ve experienced the latter circumstance. When it happened, my day felt ruined. I am imbalanced. You know that hilarious meme of Alfonso Ribeiro aka Carlton from The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, looking distressed and … Continue reading A Woman And Her Headphones: Let Her Be, Or Just Be Normal