The Feminist Utopia Project Overview The Feminist Utopia Project, edited by Alexandra Brodsky and Rachel Kauder Nalebuff, begins with a short but powerful declaration: “We want more.” In the fifty-seven pieces that follow, feminists present their views on the components of a feminist utopia. These views are expressed through art, poetry, photos, interviews, short fictional… Continue reading Book Review: The Feminist Utopia Project
Overview Why Not Me? continues in the same vein as Mindy Kaling‘s last book, Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me? (And Other Concerns). Kaling, of The Office and The Mindy Project fame, is back with another down-to-earth, hilarious collection of autobiographical essays about her personal and professional life. In her previous book, Kaling focused mostly on the awkwardness of growing up and… Continue reading Book Review: Why Not Me?
Who is Tyler Oakley? If you know anything about YouTubers, then you know Tyler Oakley. For the uninitiated, I can only describe him as pure, contagious joy. I only recently started to become a fan of Tyler in the past month after finding his podcast Psychobabble, where he and his best friend Korey Kuhl talk about pop culture and… Continue reading Book Review: Binge