Tinder = Kmart. Similar to Kmart, most people don’t go to Tinder if they’re looking for high-quality, long-term investments.
The Ivy League
Throughout the NFL, players have started to protest the National Anthem, and to say that some people are losing their minds over it would be putting it lightly.
I am obsessed with my sense of freedom. Like many women, my whirlwind of failed romances left me fearful and insecure. What’s wrong with me, I thought. Am I too much? Am I too difficult? Am I not worthy of love?
“Look, it’s really annoying when girls play the ’cause I’m a girl’ card. Nothing should justify rude behavior.”
All that stuff about equality of the genders is deeply true and correct, but it doesn’t help a sister one smidgen of an iota when she is Dating Seriously and trying her damnedest to not fuck it up with The Guy.
Life is relentless. It’ll beat you down and keep you there if you let it.
Caleb Carr was beaten as a child. His father, Lucien Carr, was an Ivy League boy, friends with Jack Kerouac, William S. Burroughs and Allen Ginsberg. They were the rebels of society. Known as The Beat Generation. But Caleb reminded me of their other legacy…
People hate you. At first.
I’m kinda’ shocked nobody picked up on the hidden sociocultural implications of this year’s Super Bowl. Yeah, it should be a high-scoring, offensive-minded points-a-thon, but there’s something even more important on the line than the Lombardi Trophy – this may very well be the first class conscious title game in NFL history.
You might think you have equal rights, but feminism is still needed until every woman in the world can feel they also have equal rights and unfortunately we’re not even close to that.