Our Favorite Articles By The Women Of Bunny Ears
Everyone knows that men aren’t funny, and nobody knows that better than us here at Bunny Ears. For every male writer we have to verbally and occasionally physically pummel into shape, we thank Horse Jesus that we have such a talented and hilarious stable of women. Click on these names for some of our favorite articles by the women that make dealing with men barely worth it.
Alexis was kind enough to take a break from being perfect on social media to teach us all how to be as authentically perfect as she is.
Allison’s ruminations on existence and minimalism had us asking the hard questions about ourselves, like “Am I even here?” and “Can you see me right now?”
Those first two women are so good that I’m not even mad that you had to wait this long to get to me, but I do apologize nevertheless, and if you feel the urge to accept my apology with the gift of a poster of Ronald Reagan riding a dinosaur, I promise it will make a man really mad.
This dynamic duo endured a whole week of eating nothing but Kid’s Cuisine, and they still haven’t relearned how to talk yet. Now that’s #brave.
Annalise’s informative guide to arts and crafts therapy was one of our flagship articles, and we’re still trying to embroider the pain away.
Sexual health is an important women’s issue, and thanks to Anya, we have all the information about it we could possibly need.
It’s important not to forget women of color—chiefly, how to not embarrass yourself in front of them.
In this day and age, loving yourself is a radical feminist act. Unfortunately, those cops disagreed.
Which reminds me, I also wrote the definitive guide on avoiding the fuzz when you love yourself a little too much, so you’re going to want to give that one a read, too.
For too long, women’s interpersonal difficulties have been dismissed as “daddy issues,” and Courtney is not standing for it.
Women can be anything they want to be, and Carolyn knows exactly what.
Men are only good for one thing, and it’s not that. It’s definitely not that.
But remember, it’s your fault if you can’t have vaginal orgasms. God, I’m so good.
Women gotta stick together, and that includes letting your husband’s mistress use your skincare products.
Please, Ruthie. Please.
It’s hard for a woman to make it on her own, but the answer—according to Emily—is a lot of emojis and candles.
Emily notes that Hana’s guide to biting your own toenails was the “first article that made me gag,” showing that women can do anything men can do, including being disgusting.
That makes me nostalgic for the first article that made me gag. I threw up three times while writing the “stuffed foreskin” section. Ah, memories.
Emily notes that Jessica’s guide to knitting a scarf that you will never finish was the “first article that felt like a direct attack,” and that’s what feminism is all about: attacking other women.
Everything Katie does is a treasure, but her adorably terrifying animal comics are truly the gift that keeps giving you nightmares.
Her wedding day is one of the best days of a woman’s life, and Kathy is here to make sure it’s severely uncomfortable for everyone else.
Our collection of women is endlessly diverse, as Kelly’s Passover advice proves.
We have a saying around here: WILSG? (“Why Is Lydia So Good?”) We still don’t know, and at this point, we’re afraid to keep asking.
You know what they say: Women be shopping.
Let our social media guru take you on a terrifying food journey.
Rani reminds us that women should be seen and heard, at eardrum-shattering decibels.
Balancing motherhood and the rest of your life is hard, but Rosa has the answer.
Not every woman wants to be a bride, thank you. Some of us want to be stationary decoration.
Women are often shamed for our superior range of emotions. Go on. Let it out.
My fellow editor, Toria, knows that no man is worth giving up your soul.
We were lost before Vanessa taught us what all of our maids were saying about us.
Being a hated politician is barely fun, and Zanandi guided us through the trickiest part: eating at five-star restaurants.
Look at me. LOOK AT ME.
Something about adoption. I don’t know, I’m too busy thinking about Bones.
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