Netflix’s Bridgerton is the Horny Eye-Bleach We Need to End 2020

I‘ll preface this post with a warning that I spent the ages between 12 and 14 devouring Jane Austen’s every offering and Emma remains one of my favorite novels of all time. I definitely spent my coming-of-age years lusting after Mr. Darcy and fantasizing about a man in jodhpurs with a British accent sweeping me … Continue reading “Netflix’s Bridgerton is the Horny Eye-Bleach We Need to End 2020”

When someone shows you who they are, believe them the first time. Maya Angelou

I never knew what I wanted to do, but I knew the kind of woman I wanted to be. Diane Von Furstenberg

Girl, We’re Women Now

I recently attended the stateside launch party for Issue #12 of Riposte magazine, an independent publication founded in London and championing issues from social media self-care to disability funding with a decidedly woman-focused voice. I serendipitously discovered Riposte through Instagram’s algorithm and was thrilled to see they would be holding their launch the subsequent week. … Continue reading “Girl, We’re Women Now”

Things I Like: Billie Razors, The Good Trade, & GLOW

September…September…what’s exciting about September? The most monumental thing so far was a full harvest moon on Friday the 13th (the first one in thirteen years, crazy right?). Also, I missed Elizabeth Warren’s speech in Washington Square Park because I scheduled it for the wrong day on my calendar. Which is one of the few pitfalls … Continue reading “Things I Like: Billie Razors, The Good Trade, & GLOW”