11:00 am, May 21st | by Cambrey Thomas, xoJane
The message in my in-box from “elite dating site” IvyDate read: “At this time, membership in New York City is very strictly capped, and we are only able to accept a limited number of people at a time to ensure diversity of industries and backgrounds.”
11:00 am, May 16th | by s.e. smith, xoJane
For now, all I can do is hang my hopes on the slim percentage that I won’t get breast cancer, knowing that if a tumor develops, it’s not like I can afford to treat that either.
11:00 am, May 9th | by Kristin Booker, xoJane
When the invitation came to attend my 20th college reunion, a wave of nostalgia was followed immediately with an overwhelming sense of nausea. Would the questions start again?
I’m A Photo Editor for a News Organization and I Looked At Every Single Photo Taken At The Boston Marathon Bombing
11:00 am, April 30th | by Anonymous, xoJane
There are lots of pictures that are too graphic to publish. Even on the Internet. I have to look at them anyway.
Oh The Mortification of the College Application Essay: Or, Don’t Worry Columbia Class of 2017, You Got This
11:00 am, April 25th | by Mandy Stadtmiller, xoJane
That was my first thought as I combed through the many college application essays leaked on Gawker after a tip-off to Ivygate of a Google drive folder where the Columbia University Class of 2017 shared (seemingly only to fellow students) their application essays to build community amongst their fellow students.
4:15 pm, April 18th | by Natalie Meehan, xoJane
My money is my money and it’s my money to spend. I earned it. It’s mine.
11:00 am, April 11th | by Soraya Roberts, xoJane
Difficult. It ís an adjective I generally associate with my adolescent tantrums.
11:00 am, April 4th | by Kezia Willingham, xoJane
Every time I read an article about Sheryl Sandberg, leaning in, leaning back, and the choices that the most privileged people in America get to make, it leaves me feeling like there is a gigantic piece of the conversation missing.
1:45 pm, March 29th | by Natalie Meehan, xoJane
I make lists, and then lose the note pads. I write REALLY IMPORTANT things on my hand, and then wash them off by accident. I rip off post-its full of bullet points from meetings and then chuck them away with my lunch rubbish.
Unpopular Opinion: I Die A Little Inside When Women I Know Change Their Last Names When They Get Married
11:45 am, March 19th | by Julie Rodriguez, xoJane
I’m sure part of this is just a knee-jerk reaction from growing up in a big Mormon family in Utah as a tiny queer feminist and feeling out of place most of the time.