The Golden Globes & Time’s Up: How Hollywood is Finally Taking on Intersectional Feminism & What That Means for Us

It all started with the ousting of Harvey Weinstein, but some remarkable women made sure that wouldn't be the end. Since October, when more than 80 women came forward accusing Weinstein of sexual assault, a remarkably disgusting number of public figures have also been outed for sexual harassment and assault, the overwhelming majority of them … Continue reading The Golden Globes & Time’s Up: How Hollywood is Finally Taking on Intersectional Feminism & What That Means for Us

Why Music Is Universal

Recently I've started listening to kpop, and for my new friends this is strange and somewhat laughable, but for my friends who have known me longer it's nothing out of the ordinary. I've been listening to music in other languages since I discovered German and Russian music in middle school (Tokio Hotel and t.A.T.u. to … Continue reading Why Music Is Universal

5 Musicians You Should Probably Start Listening To

You're savvy, you spend a substantial amount of time on the internet, keeping up with the latest trends. But just in case you were hiding under a rock somewhere (or I guess you could have an actual life outside...), here are five great up-and-coming artists you should probably start listening to, in no particular order. … Continue reading 5 Musicians You Should Probably Start Listening To

Finding Motivation from the VMAs

A lot of the older generations claim that we millennials don't yet understand how the world works, and I'm not going to pretend as if we have it all figured out, but they don't understand how our world works, either. Last night were the MTV VMAs. Yeah, it's a bit of a shitshow in the … Continue reading Finding Motivation from the VMAs

Summer Favorites 2015

With summer wrapping up and everyone heading back to school, I thought I would try something a bit new for me (though certainly not for the internet) and tell you about some of my favorite things this summer! Why am I doing this, you wonder? Well, quite simply, I like talking about things that I … Continue reading Summer Favorites 2015

9 Things I Learned At Vidcon

This last weekend I had the pleasure of attending vidcon for the first time, and it was AMAZING. I chose the brand new creator track, which meant I got to go to special panels about being a better youtuber in addition to the larger community events like q&a's and social issue panels. It was three … Continue reading 9 Things I Learned At Vidcon

Confessions of a Fangirl (Part 1?)

I'm not sure if this is going to be a series on this blog or just a one-off, but as I have proclaimed myself in multiple videos (shameless self-promo:¬† to be a fangirl, ohh do I want to talk about it today. I'll be honest with you, fangirl is a term I'm becoming a little … Continue reading Confessions of a Fangirl (Part 1?)

A Response for Representation

I think at this point apologizing for not blogging consistently is getting consistently boring, so instead I'll just jump right into today's topic: female representation. Woahhh, not a post I thought I'd be typing out, but something important to me. Just a warning, I haven't planned out exactly what I'm going to say or how … Continue reading A Response for Representation

Bachelorette’s Bad Rep

Bachelorette is not The Hangover. It has many similar basic elements, sure, in that it takes place in the night before the wedding and focuses on how much the main bridesmaids can royally screw up the approaching big day for the bride. It's also comedic. That's about it though. Where The Hangover is over-the-top ridiculous comedy, pulling out all the tricks that Vegas allows and then some, Bachelorette's comedy is based on very realistic experiences, such as taking too many drugs, trying to get laid at weddings, and how horrible girls can be.