@beetnemesis I feel like every now and then I will see a post about Chris Kraus on a female-centric blog, and her work is always described in the same breathless but vague terms. Subversive! Mind-blowing! Repulsive! No one can describe exactly why it's good or interesting, which makes me think I would hate it.
On Working Girl
@Lucienne Shia LaBeouf = Alec Baldwin, Emmy Rossum = Joan Cusack
On Working Girl
THIS IS AMAZING!!
This was amazing! Thank you!
Right out of college I wouldn't have said that I had impostor syndrome. I was confident in my opinions and thought I was smart, really smart. But after having numerous jobs where my opinions and contributions weren't valued, I've developed it. There is a lot of talk about entitled millennials, and the face of that is always a young women. I look around my office, and I only see a few women over 30. There is only one women over 40 (and I know she has to work harder than anyone else there.) Where do the women go?
YES! I'm really tired that sometimes even reproductive rights advocates take this moralizing tone. I want to live in a world where abortion has no stigma. Where it is treated like every other minor health procedure. (Yes, for women who have to terminate a wanted pregnancy, it's heartbreaking.) But for many more women it is a relief!
Reasons why baby boomers are the worst: they ruined the economy. They ruined the environment. And they ruined sex. (Thanks for the AIDS, guys.) They'll probably find some way to ruin potatoes.
Q: How many types of baby boomers are there? A: It's irrelevant. Let's put them in nursing homes.
Are you guys Team Jen or Team Angela? Or just Team 15 minutes of internet fame in the form of an eleven minute rant about scented candles?