I Was the Maid of Honor for a Girl I Bullied Mercilessly
I made her preteen life a living hell; years later I’d be walking with her family down the aisleBy xoJane February 4, 2015
Being Black Shouldn't Mean I Have to Be 'Twice as Good'
You saw it on 'Scandal.' We've heard it our whole livesBy xoJane January 30, 2015
The Organic Food Movement Is an Insufferably Classist Waste of Money
Why must we feed this obsession and give up common sense and taste?By xoJane January 29, 2015
How Not To Be an Entitled Millennial at Work
What's that? You want to know what silently enrages me?By xoJane January 22, 2015
The 3 Comments Adoptive Parents Hate To Hear
Adoptive parents have real love, with their real children, and are real families. End of discussionBy xoJane January 21, 2015
'I'm Afraid My Baby's Head Will Fall Off'
I'm afraid to write this, but I'm more afraid stigma will prevent other women from getting helpBy xoJane January 15, 2015
Why Tiffany & Co.'s New Same-Sex Couple Ad Is Important to Me
It's nice to feel that a company that I’ve been wearing for so long went out of its way to stand behind marriage equalityBy xoJane January 14, 2015
What I Experienced From Online Dating as a Black Woman
The majority of the messages I received, mostly from white men, fetishized my appearance and sexualized me based solely on my raceBy xoJane January 14, 2015
Restaurants Should Stop Calling Their Menu Items 'Skinny'
I’d argue these restaurants are doing it right, with portion control and vegetable intake, but why label it "skinny"?By xoJane January 14, 2015
Taylor Negron: Reflections on a Life Spent Playing 'Everyman'
A meditation on saying goodbye from a master of the formBy xoJane January 13, 2015
Thank You, Stuart Scott, for Your Unapologetic Blackness
You changed the game foreverBy xoJane January 11, 2015
4 Things I Learned from a Friends Marathon on Netflix
In two days I watched 24 episodes of the '90s show and realized it taught me a lot about love and relationshipsBy xoJane January 11, 2015
Why Reporting Offensive Players in Online Games Is a Losing Battle
Some players live for crapping up someone else's gaming experience for no other reason than because they canBy xoJane January 9, 2015
NYC Isn't Very Nice to What It Doesn't Understand
Say what you want about the South, but this wasn’t an issue at homeBy xoJane January 9, 2015
It Happened to Me: I Grew Up as a Jehovah's Witness
I learned quickly that the kid who tells everyone they’re going to die in a firestorm isn’t terribly popularBy xoJane January 8, 2015
What I Learned as a Former Hooters Girl
Coined “entertainers,” Hooter Girls are expected and encouraged to chat and hang around with customers, which can be awesome or horrifying depending on the customerBy xoJane April 28, 2021
Do We Need a New Year To Create Change?
Why do we feel differently about change on January 1st than we do on May 15th or August 29th?By xoJane January 6, 2015
Why I'm Over the Size Acceptance Movement
What exactly does SA 201 look like? I’m not sure because none of the loudest voices in the movement focus on thatBy xoJane January 5, 2015
How President Obama's New Immigration Policy Is Going To Change My Life
Extending Deferred Action beyond Dreamers is going to allow me and my parents not to live in fear anymoreBy xoJane April 28, 2021
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