Reading Old Emails (Inane steam of consciousness)

I was searching through my email inbox today for some old college papers I had hoped were still in there somewhere and ended up falling down a rabbit hole of old correspondence with my best friend. We were romantically involved (long distance) at the time and it’s so strange to read the emails. I haven’t looked at… » 4/20/15 3:41pm 4/20/15 3:41pm

Tell me about where to live in DC!

I'm (hopefully) moving to DC this summer! I don't actually have a job yet, so I won't really know what makes sense until I get a job and know what part of the city I'm working in. I'm a big planner and I can't plan anything right now, but I want to start imagining my new apartment! I'm assuming right now that I'll be… » 3/28/15 11:19pm 3/28/15 11:19pm

Your New Mancrushes (Cool Photo Project)

"We wanted to show that you don't have to be a white person to be revered in this culture," Idris Rheubottom, who is black, told Mic. "Any culture that's not the majority here is seen as inferior, so it's cool to hear people [now] talking about which guy is good-looking, not just which Asian guy."

One could argue this…

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Update: An 11th Female Revolutionary for your Day

Dr. Pauli Murray, the brilliant legal mind who argued that the Equal Protection Clause of the U.S. Constitution applies to gender-based discrimination. The Notorious RBG herself based her arguments on Dr. Murray's work. » 2/19/15 3:01pm 2/19/15 3:01pm

10 Female Revolutionaries You Probably Didn't Learn About in School

Since it's been a little dead, I'll share some interesting articles here and there! Here's one of my top five from yesterday — 10 Female Revolutionaries You Probably Didn't Learn About in School. Primarily women of color, this list briefly highlights the lives and accomplishments of amazing women from around the world… » 2/19/15 11:45am 2/19/15 11:45am