Monthly Archives: May 2013


It sickens me to hear about what Abercrombie and Fitch CEO Mike Jeffries has said about his clothes. They’re “exclusionary” and meant to clothe popular kids only, and anyone who’s overweight or uncool just frankly isn’t meant to belong to the elite, super cool Abercrombie squad. Talk about creating cliques in the fashion industry. So […]

Train Rides with Rude Strangers

This one-act play was an assignment for my creative writing class that I took my sophomore year of high school, and it remains today to be one of my favorite pieces that I’ve written.  Characters: VIVIAN: a nursing student at Hunter College SAL: an obnoxious train rider (VIVIAN boards the train at her stop. Seeing […]

So My Dad’s a Gynecologist

When you’re getting to know just about anyone, one way or another you’re going to get on the topic of, as immortalized by Arnold Schwarzenegger in Kindergarten Cop, “who is your daddy, and what does he do for a living?” Okay, so it usually doesn’t come up outright like that, but your friends are going […]

Down With Your Trousers (and Your Double Standards)

Enough with this prim and proper ladies of the past bullshit. Whoever formulated gender roles back in the days of Republican motherhood and keeping a woman caged in the home was wrong. We live in a society where being female and enjoying sex connotes promiscuity and unscrupulousness. It’s sinful to think that a girl can […]

An Introduction

I’ve been blogging since I made a Tumblr in 2009, but sometimes, I find it overwhelming to fit a word in edgewise amongst all the frills and bells and whistles of the dashboard. I may set out one minute to post a personal little ditty, but find myself thirty minutes later consumed with reblogging pictures […]