Jane Borden is an author, journalist, and screenwriter. She contributes regularly to the Washington Post, Vanity Fair, Real Simple, and Southern Living, among other outlets. Her work has also appeared in The New York Times Magazine. Her first book, "I Totally Meant to Do That", was published by Crown in March 2011. Vanity Fair called it “affectionate” and New York Magazine deemed it “lowbrow-brilliant.” The Brooklyn Paper announced Borden as “the new ‘It’ girl.” Instead, she moved to LA. Before all of that, she was a staff editor for seven years at Time Out New York, where she covered pop-culture and wellness.
I’ve always thought there should be an option for female and non-binary riders to specifically request female drivers. But of course, how would apps know whether or not a rider is actually female...
“Power ankle”?? 🤣 The language marketing firms use to reach men always amuses. Remember when they wanted to sell Diet Coke to men, and had Cuba Gooding Jr skydiving with the can? As for the bare ankle — if it means all of the hair on their ankles and lower calves won’t rub of from socks, then I am for it. (That version of a bare ankle is much less appealing.)
NC’s population recently here’s crossed over: more than 50% are “new comers.” Which means, @SLeblanc, a lot of people are choosing to live in North Carolina. I have lived in or visited almost every major urban area in the world, and the most racially diverse place I’ve experienced is Pullen Park, the city playground/amusement park in Raleigh.