FLETCHER Gets Brilliantly Vulnerable on EP ‘you ruined new york city for me’

“Wish I could get a little undrunk so I could un-call you/At five in the morning, I would un-f*** you.” Jersey-native FLETCHER’s self-proclaimed “ unlovers club ” hit “Undrunk” took listeners and airwaves by storm at the beginning of 2019, propelling her to new heights with her first entry on the Billboard Hot 100, amassing 58 million Spotify streams, and… did we mention making her first TV debut on The Jimmy Fallon Show?FLETCHER has solidified herself as one of the most relatable artists in pop

How Selena Gomez And Julia Michaels Captured My Mental-Health Struggle In A Song

Mental health bops, especially those by women, have become easier to find and groove to in the last year and a half. Take Ariana Grande’s Billboard hit “Breathin’” off her album Sweetener, which chronicles her struggle with the side effects of PTSD; Olivia O’Brien’s “Empty”, which navigates depression and self-medication; and Florence and the Machine’s “Hunger”, which originated as a poem about Welch’s experience with an eating disorder at age 17. A new one, Julia Michaels’s and Selena Gomez’s

Why Demi Lovato’s Tell Me You Love Me Tour is More Than a Concert

Vulnerability is anything but weak, and if there is one person in pop music who has made it her mission to empower others to believe in that very statement, it’s Demi Lovato. On March 16, 2018, Demi was “sorry, not sorry” when she bared all on stage, in front of thousands of Lovatics, at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. In addition to sharing this message with fans during her concert, Lovato brought along the team from CAST Centers - a non-profit organization in West Hollywood founded by M

I Was Rejected On OkCupid Because I'm #TeamAndroid

Internet trolls have made Team Android vs. Team iPhone (or, as my mom likes to call them, the “iCult”) a thing for the past three years. It has always been up for debate which brand has the higher performance quality, especially as both Apple and Android keep updating their software with new versions, new layouts and more importantly, new emojis (where is my mermaid emoji!?). I’m sure we’ve all seen the memes and tweets. This battle between Team Android vs. Team iPhone has even spilled over in

One (Small) Gay, Happy Family: How I Stopped Living in Shame and Learned to Live in Celebration

On August 5th, 2017, Disney Junior’s Doc McStuffins aired an episode titled “The Emergency Plan,” which featured an interracial, lesbian couple. The couple were voiced by actresses Wanda Sykes and Portia de Rossi, who identify as lesbians. Though the premise of the episode was about emergency safety, such as teaching kids how to take precaution from a hurricane, what was more was the visibility and the portraying of LGBTQ+ identifying parents as normal, not “other.” How many times have we been

She Persisted: Freeform’s ‘The Bold Type’ Is Unapologetically Female

Freeform’s new show, The Bold Type officially premiers July 11th at 9 PM EST/8 PM PST, does more than just follow the stories of three best friends working for Scarlet Magazine, a global women’s magazine - it demonstrates the power of women. The show tackles current issues such as the changing world of politics and business in the age of social media addressing issues of immigration rights and women’s rights. The trio of bad-ass women, who are the focus of the show, navigate the rabbit hole tha

Ariana Grande: Inspiring the “Dangerous Woman” in All of Us

Ariana Grande traded her pink pumps and upbeat, sticky sweet love songs for Louboutin thigh-high boots and a feminist-inspired, much darker, more mature sound at Madison Square Garden Thursday night. Grande is currently working (read: strutting) her way through the country on the first leg of her Dangerous Women Tour, promoting her album of the same name, which was released May 20th, 2016. This new era of Grande’s is one that is not afraid to test its limits and asserts the values of feminism an
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