I am half-Pakistani. My mother was born in Pakistan, I grew up in North America. Superficially, I have a lot more in common with Adnan Syed—a Pakistani-Muslim who grew up in Baltimore and was convicted of killing his Korean girlfriend, Hae Min Lee, in 1999—than radio journalist Sarah Koenig does. Does that mean I'm more qualified to report on his case than she is?
I just want to start out by saying I'm a very lucky lady - I met an incredible guy who I'm madly in love with (who's 1000% in love with me). I am struggling with one thing though - he's in his thirties and has been solely relying on watching porn for sexual satisfaction as he was a virgin when I met him.
Calvin Klein recently made headlines when it featured model Myla Dalbesio in its “Perfectly Fit” campaign. In an interview with Elle, Dalbesio (who is a size 10), referred to herself as the biggest model the company has ever worked with—a point which Calvin Klein confirmed.
There is a strange and pervasive cultural myth that geek girls are like unicorns—we’re rare and mythical creatures who can’t possibly be real. This anxiety over gender is deeply tied to nerds’ concerns about the mainstreaming of geekdom.
Under the pseudonym of Grouper, musician Liz Harris creates mysterious, multi-layered sonic landscapes. On her 10th studio album, Ruins (which debuted on Kranky Records at the end of October), Harris’ voice floats delicately above a mass of sounds: twinkling piano notes and low-octave synth drone and swarm like a hive of busy bees