Tag: being miserable

No, the series finale of BoJack Horseman is not about #TimesUp, stop making it about #TimesUp.

Sarah Lynn is a white female with long hair. BoJack is an anthropomorphic horse. They are both totally disheveled, on heroin, sitting on a filthy mattress with no sheets.

Warning: this post will be full of spoilers for the series finale of BoJack Horseman. Please read only if you have seen the entire series, or if you don’t care about spoilers. Well, we did it, y’all. We watched the entirety of BoJack Horseman. For those of us who haven’t turned to a life of […]

In praise of miserable women: a tribute to Elizabeth Wurtzel

The original cover to Prozac Nation by Elizabeth Wurtzel. Elizabeth has long hair and light skin. She is shown staring blankly. It reads "Young and depressed in America".

A far cry from the escapist and hedonistic tendencies of the 1980s–hair metal, hip-hop, music television, gaudy clothing in gauche dayglo colors–the 1990s made it clear that everyone was miserable and it wasn’t going away anytime soon. Misery in the early ’90s was viable, in part, because it was very, very lucrative. Corporations like Sony […]