Author Archives: Sarah Sahagian

About Sarah Sahagian

Sarah Sahagian is a feminist writer based in Toronto. Her byline has appeared in such publications as Elle Canada, Flare, Bitch Media, The Toronto Star, and The National Post. She is also the co-host of You Do You: A Dating Podcast. Sarah holds a master’s degree in Gender Studies from The London School of Economics. You can find her on Twitter, where she posts about politics and live-tweets The Bachelor

The Horror Story of the House of Gucci on the Reheat

Hello, and welcome to The Reheat! Each week, I write a column summarizing the highlights of the podcast I co-host with Sadaf Ahsan. Our podcast, also titled The Reheat (what a coincidence!), re-examines the most salacious scandals of yester-year through…

The Salacious History of Hollywood Sex Tapes

Hello, and welcome to The Reheat! Each week, I write a column summarizing the highlights of the podcast I co-host with Sadaf Ahsan. Our podcast, also titled The Reheat (what a coincidence!), re-examines the most salacious scandals of yester-year through…

This week on the Reheat: How The World Failed Whitney Houston

Hello, and welcome to The Reheat! This is a column where each week, I write about the highlights of the podcast I co-host with Sadaf Ahsan. Our podcast, also titled The Reheat, re-examines the most salacious scandals of yester-year from…

Introducing The Reheat

Hello, and welcome to The Reheat! This is a column where each week, I write about the highlights of the podcast I co-host with Sadaf Ahsan. Our podcast, also titled The Reheat, re-examines the most salacious scandals of yester-year from…

Revisiting Cruel Intentions: The Most Toxic Teen Film of The 90s

I am optimistic that the world won’t end for at least another five years, but I’m willing to call it: Cruel Intentions is the most inappropriate movie ever made for minors. For the uninitiated, Cruel Intentions is a teen psychosexual…

You Guys, Bridesmaids Still Slays

Bridesmaids still slays. That’s the verdict of this week’s The Hold Up. Directed by Paul Fieg, written by Kristen Wiig, and starring Wiig, Maya Rudoplh, Rose Byrne and Melissa McCarthy, the film remains a classic for numerous reasons. While we…

It’s Spring, So Let’s Revisit 500 Days of Summer

Breakups are hard, but also sort of beautiful. That’s the premise of 500 Days of Summer, the 2009 rom-com starring Joseph Gordon-Levvit and Zooey Deschanel. Directed by Marc Webb, the film was based on a real-life romance belonging to its…

Never Been Kissed Never Should Have Been Made

This week, we’re tackling one of the most problematic teen movies ever made, Never Been Kissed. Yes, that Never Been Kissed, the one that made an entire generation think it was romantic for your Grade 12 teacher to hit on…