I Can Be… Exhausted

I just wanted to thank everyone who was a part of this crazy week.

As someone who spent years in the tech world before becoming a comedy writer, I’ve worked in two industries that openly debate gender when it comes to capability. I wanted to write “Barbie Fucks It Up Again” after finding a book aimed toward the youngest minds as they’re just starting to define self-worth. I’m thrilled the Internet seized the spirit of that essay and took up the fight. I’m proud to watch this worldwide discussion. (Not to mention this kickass piece of business.)

I wish Mattel had chosen to adjust the title instead of shelving it. I think we all would have appreciated that kind of reboot, even if it did take two girls (and Brian AND Steven) to get the job done correctly.

Thank you for sharing, for talking, and for making a difference. Thanks for reminding me why I love writing at pamie.com.

I’m sitting here with a fractured nose realizing I haven’t even told you yet that my mom called yesterday to let me know that my dead dad stopped a robbery in her storage unit. But that’s a story for another time. I promise to come back here more often.

…Especially since I had to upgrade my shit after we crashed this site five hundred times this week.

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  1. Helen Jane

    High five!

  2. Paul Tabachneck

    This is a perfect example of how things are supposed to go viral: by being a perfect storm of honest movitation, relevant subject matter, and kickass material. You, my friend, deserve to take a victory lap….

    …but then YES please tell us the storage unit story.

    1. Paul Tabachneck

      (…also, can you teach me how to put my picture on this thing? I feel like I’m missing out on some signup process, and Brian and Steven aren’t picking up.)

  3. earthandink

    Yay! (Also, TheBloggess just mentioned your post as well. Which is how I found you.)

    Genius, that piece. Truly.