No one asks “why didn’t he?”

January 20, 2018 0

We are daily bombarded with yet another sexual assault or sexual coercion scandal announced by headlines designed to inspire sympathy for those poor, poor men who got caught committing those acts. As a society, we […]

What’s In a Name?

August 31, 2017 0

Yesterday, I was asked by a Twitter follower why I didn’t choose to change my name on my online work. She asks because I am most well known online at this point for an experiment […]

When Words Don’t Mean Anything Anymore

July 7, 2017 1

I first started to feel it while Trump was on the campaign trail. Trump was saying grosser and grosser things, and by the time it occurred to me that he wasn’t just a sideshow but […]

Working While Female

March 15, 2017 0

This post went viral on Medium. A Twitter thread has gotten some attention recently, where my former-coworker / current-best friend, Marty, recounted the day he realized just how bad, and insidious, workplace sexism could be. […]

The Streets Aren’t Safe

December 13, 2016 0

The streets aren’t safe. My best friend was harassed while waiting at a bus stop today, and I am livid. I’m angry that I wasn’t there to protect her, and angry at the senselessness and […]

Say It To My Face: Chicago’s Epic Trump Shutdown

March 14, 2016 0

Editor’s note: This post originally appeared on Steven Singer’s GadflyOnTheWallBlog. Check out his great work documenting the attacks on public education and the teachers, parents, and students who are fighting back. Check out all his work […]