I Tried Sexting

Let the record show that I wasn’t sexting someone I knew. I wasn’t sexting someone I had, even, met. We matched on Tinder, the beginning of every love story. It was 2:40AM so I wasn’t expecting a love connection. He looked like an interesting person, with an attractive face, which is why I swiped right. His first … Continue reading I Tried Sexting

Subway Couples

Every morning I ride the subway which means I’m subjected to what I like to call the “subway couples.” They come in all shapes, sizes, and colors, and they all have one thing in common, my hatred. They’re always holding hands, staring into each other’s eyes, giggling, kissing, mocking me with their happiness. Yes, I … Continue reading Subway Couples

Unlikely Books Every Feminist Should Read

These books may not be on a typical feminist reading list. There is feminist, literature of all genres which need exploration. This list will help you to discover all that feminist writings has to offer no matter what you’re into.   1. Yes Please by Amy Poehler When you need a reminder not to listen to … Continue reading Unlikely Books Every Feminist Should Read

Myths about Abortion

Abortion is a medical procedure that terminates a pregnancy. Women who have chosen to have an abortion are commonly shamed into silence. Stigmatizing and silencing those who have had an abortion contributes to the ignorance and the misconceptions surrounding the medical procedure. There are a lot of myths that have circulated because of the lack … Continue reading Myths about Abortion

The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Jackie Bretts

Once upon a time, there was a girl named Jackie Brettschneider who made increasingly poor decisions when it came to the men she decided to get involved with. This is the story of a psychopath whose charming good looks were just too much for poor Jackie to handle. He lived with all her closest friends. … Continue reading The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Jackie Bretts

Typical Anxious Depressed Girl

I’m a millennial, I’m a girl, I’m neurotic, and I probably think way too much, and I go to a therapist. The typical anxious depressed girl, who was blessed with caring and thoughtful parents but is still maladjusted. My therapist is in New York City, in a building, with pillars, with a doorman, with two … Continue reading Typical Anxious Depressed Girl

Dear Ernest Hemingway

Dear Ernest Hemingway, I’ll probably never see or talk to you again and I don’t want to ever see or talk to you again. Do I regret the choices I made with you? We met on Tinder and I don’t even remember swiping right, but I do remember swiping right to a lot of guys … Continue reading Dear Ernest Hemingway