Trigger warning: this post deals with street harassment, sexual assault, and transgender harassment and may be confronting or upsetting for some readers. Last night I went clubbing and had a pretty fab time. I was the first on the dance floor as usual because my idea of fun is to begin dad dancing with a dead … More I’m not a dog, don’t whistle at me
The conversation about celebrity and activism is ongoing – should they or shouldn’t they? It seems like celebs who don’t use their reach/fan base as a catalyst for change are considered ignorant and selfish, yet those who are involved in political activity and campaigning are accused of only doing it to look good, or merely inspiring clicktivism. Nevertheless, there are countless … More Should celebrity activists stick to acting?
One argument against feminism that is constantly recycled is that the movement, in the 21st century, is outdated and irrelevant. Women have the vote, it’s illegal to pay us less and generally people agree we can do more than just cook. Life is bliss ladies, amirite? Okaaaaaaay I’m kind of getting the vibe life is not super … More Feminism: Friend not Foe
So apparently we live in a harmonious world where inequality and injustice have miraculously disappeared. It is a utopia known as a melting pot (not to be confused with fondue). If we want to wear an Native American headdress or bindi to a musical festival WE CAN OKAY IT’S NOT RACIST IT’S CULTURAL APPRECIATION IT’S TOTALLY FINE … More Cultural Inappropriation
Checklist for bikini body: 1. Nike free runs 2. A fluro crop top with straps so flimsy it will only support a 5 year old child (but still pay $80 for it) 3. Sell soul to afford the Kayla Itsines workout guide 4. Goji berries, acai, protein powder, kale, spinach, and juicer 5. Throw out everything in … More Fitspiration or Fauxspirtion?