The Book You Need to Add to Your Summer Reading List, ASAP

And 7 other things to check out on the Internet this week

Here at The Everygirl, we understand the nature of busy women. You barely have time to eat breakfast in the morning, let alone spend the day surfing the web. That’s why this week, we’re sharing some of our favorite articles on pop culture, design, and more.


1. PSA: Everyone — I mean everyone — should read Roxanne Gay’s new memoir, Hunger, which speaks so many powerful truths that have remained unspoken about our relationship to fat and the f*ucked up nature of being a fat woman in our society

Why do fat bodies become “public space” deserving of unsolicited and biased opinions? It’s WAY past time to end this behavior. PS: Emmy Rossum was once asked to wear a bikini to an audition so a director could “critique” her body and WTF AMERICA let’s choose to be better than this. 


2. Loving this last-minute Father’s Day gift guide. Did you know there was a $24 kitchen appliance specifically for making bomb breakfast sandwiches?!

If that doesn’t say “Dad” what on earth does.


3. The relationship problems everyone you know is having based on the photos they post to social

Excuse me, just over here DYING. 😂


4. Apparently, cheese makes you high and just another reason to love cheese, you guys

Brb, getting some cheese.


5. Take this quiz to literally check your privilege and this is very important so just do it already, okay. Then watch this:

Invisible privilege is a real thing and the more we can do to make it visible, the better off we’ll all be.


6. Celebs swear by this perfume hack which includes spraying it in your belly button and what is going on here

Source: Kate La Vie

I don’t know, y’all. I truly don’t know.


7. Teen Vogue just published an article on how to masturbate and YAY FOR SEX POSITIVITY

This is exclusively an article for those with a vagina, which needs no explanation.


8. How to go camping without actually camping because who actually wants to camp, no one

🎵  I’m high maintenance, and I know it. 🎵