katiejmbaker
Katie J.M. Baker
katiejmbaker
Oct 4 2013
2

Technically, you don't have to stop being the girl at the party that always ends up in the corner yelling about rape. Read more

Oct 4 2013
3

What What What?! Nooo...! I'm sorry to see you go. But I'm happy for you that good things are in store. Best of luck and I'll search your articles out.

Oct 4 2013
2

NOOOOO! You're not allowed to leave us! I mean, I'm happy for you and all, and yay for Newsweek, but I don't want you to go! :(

Oct 3 2013
64

Never has my vagina dried up quicker than after reading what this human hemorrhoid has to say. Seriously...I think I just felt a tumbleweed roll by down there.

Oct 3 2013
45

I love how ridiculously full of himself he is. I (and I bet mostly everyone else) didn't even know he was until I read this. I get the feeling that Hollywood is almost exactly like high school only expanded through a whole city rather than just a building. Read more

Oct 3 2013
14

Huh. I'd always disliked him, but I assumed it was just based on a combination of nepotism and his "here's something you've seen before, but with a superficially new/edgy sheen to make fanboys lose all sense of proportion about it!" oeuvre. Now I can claim I was psychic. Read more

Oct 3 2013
15

"i mean you can’t really give someone any of these things, but the seeds of these things were there inside of her. we were in such a sort of unfair, fucked up relationship – not the kind where there’s a lot of yelling and screaming – the actual relationship was very nice and loving, but i was so fickle about her body. Read more

Oct 2 2013
83

Oh please. Where is the pubic hair, stretch marks, ingrown hairs, uneven labia - or any labia at all? And there's a thigh gap so big you could walk through it.
Way to promote unrealistic standards of crotch beauty, Jezebel.

Oct 1 2013
3

Guys I just want to acknowledge that I was already aware of this confluence of events and it is really bumming me out. I can't even really decide how sarcastically I mean this. But thanks for covering this. I'll just be PMSing at my desk crying about the WIC babies and refreshing AstrologyZone.com (thanks for the Read more

Sep 30 2013
31

Has anyone else struggled to read an Eggers book from cover to cover? "A Heartbreaking Work" is fine but you can tell it was heavily edited by Simon & Schuster. His McSweeney's works tend to be a chore to slog through.

Sep 23 2013
16

The white thing at the bottom of the Communion paper doll is the base. You're supposed to thread the tabs on the kneeler through the middle and then fold so that she can stand up on her own. Read more

Sep 18 2013
2

Okay, too weird Katie. I just ordered the No Frizz Shampoo and Conditioner from Sephora last week because I have the same (long, wavy curly, abundant yet fine) hair as you. I have used it once and I am already finding that it's worth the price. I don't have to use a lot, and it keeps me from looking like a frizz ball. Read more

Sep 16 2013
2

Thank you so much for writing this. I am sorry that the comments seem to be primarily disagreeing with you, because I think that we need this sort of opinion—whether or not it is infallibly true—in order to avoid self-bias.

Sep 16 2013
2

Loved this piece, Katie! Some good long-form journalism here; well done.

Sep 16 2013
6

Well written article Katie. I feel like a lot of people in the comments missed the point, though. :/


Sep 16 2013
2

I can't imagine this was easy to write. Thank you very much for doing so. <3

Sep 16 2013
2

Great to see such well-researched journalism on Jezebel. Hope to see more. A very thought-provoking piece.