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Bridget Phetasy is a Spectator columnist and contributing editor. She is also the host of the Weekly Dumpster Fire on YouTube and the Walk-Ins Welcome podcast. Follow her on Twitter, Rumble and YouTube, or join her community at phetasy.com.
It’s the hardest, most unforgiving performance medium on the planet
By Bridget Phetasy
Casual sex is fraught with insecurity and miscommunication
How can I extol the virtues of anti-racism while birthing another white person?
It’s all white noise and shushing and singing and rocking
In an effort to make everything inclusive, we are erasing women
Most of us can’t tell the difference between high-quality video games and actual war
For someone with a gypsy soul, traveling is life
Science & Tech
Pregnancy revealed that I didn’t know anything.
I’m more afraid of how governments will weaponize a new variant than of the Omicron variant itself
Seeing that new life on the ultrasound gave me hope for the future — not dread
As I hit my eighth sober birthday, I’m reflecting on exactly how much getting sober played a part in where I am today
I am a ‘media personality’ who occasionally opens my pie-hole on conservative media outlets. I’ve even appeared on Fox
Today, the Democratic version of patriotism seems to be an endless stream of resentment and self-loathing
The space between a biopsy and the results
We aren’t living in Hef’s cultured Playboy world anymore; if anything, we are living in Hustler’s nightmare
The battle cry of the politically homeless
I hate vaccine passports — and you should too
Pregnant at the end of the world
Worse than porn
I am woman. Watch me push
Why I won’t vote
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