Marissa Miller

Dad-joke loving news writer at The Frisky. Also writes for The New York Times, Vogue, Teen Vogue, and Cosmopolitan.

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News

Meet Graham, the brain-child of sculptor Patricia Piccinni, road safety engineer David Logan, and trauma surgeon Christian Kenfield. READ MORE »


Celebs

Just leave them alone already. READ MORE »


Love & Sex

Think of Grease: the Pink Ladies meet up with the T-Birds, but summer love quickly turns into summer orgies. READ MORE »


News

Think of the most contentious, hot-button topics to plague the nation in the past few months. Angry yet? Members of Congress left important issues unsettled before leaving Washington for an inordinately long seven-week hiatus. The recess usually continues through August, but this year’s political conventions diverted lawmakers earlier than normal. Both the House and Senate will resume after Labor Day, once… READ MORE »


Entertainment

Sometimes it doesn’t mean turning your phone off (literally, the horror), but just leaving yourself little reminders that you matter. READ MORE »


Entertainment

Like, I bet you think this rant is about you, but it’s not — it’s about her cutting two hours out of her schedule to take a “special bath” before your Netflix and chill plans. READ MORE »


News

After allegedly sending her boyfriend a slew of text messages urging him to commit suicide two years ago, Michelle Carter of Massachusetts will now stand trial for manslaughter. She was 17 at the time of the 2014 tragedy, and was just indicted Feb. 6 for involuntary manslaughter. If convicted, the state’s highest court says she could… READ MORE »


Celebs

Celebrities aren’t always praised for their social justice warrior-ism. But celebrities are responding to this week’s police shootings of two black men to ignite change, promote awareness, or at the very least, join the conversation in whichever way they know how. On Tuesday, two police officers tackled and repeatedly shot 37-year-old Alton Sterling outside a convenience store in Baton Rouge… READ MORE »


News

It will definitely make you feel really uncomfortable and potentially violently angry, because it’s just disgusting. READ MORE »


Entertainment

Haters make you famous. Haters give you a reason to stand up for your beliefs. Haters give you a reason to hit the send button when you’re feeling 50 shades of rage. Sometimes you’re not in the mood to throw a full-on sucker punch, so you’re in luck. Now, there’s an app that will send GameREAD MORE »


News

The procedure could open the door to motherhood for a lot of women. READ MORE »


News

If you’re going to identify as an ally, at least walk the walk as far as legislation goes. That’s why it’s total horse shit that Republicans offered saccharine solidarity to victims of this week’s mass shooting in an Orlando gay nightclub, only for them to prove otherwise in Congress. Mere days after the attack, House of Representative… READ MORE »



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