satire

  • Saying F*** Doesn’t Make You a Feminist

    Meg Larsen February 17, 2021

    For mature audiences only–mature in the sense of age, not necessarily disposition. In fact, those who possess the maturity of the former but not the latter may benefit most strongly from the point of this particular article. The other day I was scrolling Instagram when I happened upon a post from a page focused on women’s empowerment: “Breathe and remember who the f[***] you are.” Wow, so great, am I…

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  • I’m Looking for My People

    Meg Larsen January 24, 2021

    Throughout the past year, I’ve endeavored to embrace the differences of opinion I see on the news, on my social media feed, in culture. I rebut the echo chamber of my own ideas that so many seem to insist upon when they chide, “If you believe x, unfriend me now.” But just once it would be nice to read a viewpoint from an intelligent, well-balanced person who sees the world…

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  • Asking For More: My Beef With Modern Books and Shows Like Bridgeton

    Meg Larsen January 21, 2021

    A Note: Some of the essays I write read differently in tone than some of the other content on my blog. The artist in me rebuts being limited to one genre, one voice, or one audience. I would say this essay fits into that category. I hope that’s okay and that you will bear with me as I explore different thoughts and ideas. Something I’ve been recognizing lately is that…

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