Sarah Gladstone

Sarah Gladstone

Bio

Writer, reader, general fan of all forms of honest storytelling. Optimistic realist, packaged like a pessimist. Strong believer in real world magic, intersectionality, and exploring gender and stories of mixed race identity. Supporter of public libraries, breakfast for dinner, and denim-on-denim. 

Sarah Gladstone Articles

Lupita Nyong'o! Let Us Count the Ways! (Be Our Best Friend)

Looking for a new bestie with an “in” with the Academy?

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Comic Books: Not Just for White Dudes Anymore

Comic book heroes are part of an American tradition that spans across age, community, and social subcultures. But let’s be real.

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Marius the Giraffe: The Butchering of a Zoo Baby

When it comes to baby animals, oohing and ahhing and squeeeing around them (baby bunny . . . squeee!) is usually the way to go.

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Dear Disney, We Demand a Plus-Sized Princess

Kids see it, we see it, the American people see it: Disney princesses perpetuate an unrealistic portrayal of the female body.

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Drake's Goes Undercover on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' to See What People Think of Him

Watch Drake don a beard and question unsuspecting pedestrians about himself...from peeing in a Baby Gap to crying after an awards show, it seems the public doesn't think too much of him.

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It's 2014 and YOLO Is Still Bringing Us Down (In More Ways than the Mere Degradation of Language)

The Millennial Generation has been called every variation of lazy ingrate that the Baby Boomers and Generation X-ers could think of. And with YOLO as a point of reference, who could blame them?

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Last Night a (Baby) DJ Saved My Life

If Millennials were the guinea pig generation for all things mobile, online, and “i,” that means the new generation of Smartphone Babies will be th

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For Six Days, I Almost Had HIV

All I heard was “positive."

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"I didn’t have to choose, and one didn’t cancel out the other."

I Didn't Always Know I Was Allowed To Be Queer

I didn’t realize I could like girls and boys. I didn’t have to choose, and one didn’t cancel out the other. Around the same time I attended my first GSA meeting, I did wonder, maybe I’m not straight? Maybe I’m gay?

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