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

Why Thank U, Next is the Best Breakup Anthem of all time + Podcast!

This week’s episode is dedicated to the great Ariana Grande, who penned the best breakup anthem of all time, “Thank U, Next.” In this iconic song, Ms. Grande demonstrates that we learn from failed relationships. This week, Kaley and I…

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Just Say No To Single Shaming! + Podcast

On this week’s episode of You Do You, Kaley and I dissect the ins and outs of single-shaming. As always, you’ll have to listen to the podcast if you want to benefit from ALL our wisdom. However, here are three…

Arde Madrid Is The Spy Drama We Need Right Now

It’s almost 4 months into this global pandemic, and we’re running out of quality content to watch. If you’re anything like me, you’ve probably rewatched [Insert Prestige Drama of Your Choice] three and a half times by now. Obviously, you…

Three Tips For Awesomely Consensual Sex + PODCAST!

This week’s installment of You Do You is devoted to the sexiness of consensual sexuality. Because consent is super sexy. *photo by Photo by Candice Waldeck Don’t believe us? Well, our guest Samantha Bitty is a legendary sexual health educator….

Love In The Worst of Times+ Podcast!

Social distancing has changed a lot about the way we live, including the way we love. Kaley and Sarah wanted to discuss what those changes look like, and they knew exactly who to call! This week, the co-hosts interviewed The…

Bisexual Women Deserve Better + Podcast with guest Erin Bonner

Bisexual women get a raw deal in so many areas of life, especially when it comes to dating. They have to contend with bisexual erasure, a phenonanon that denies their very existence. When people do believe they’re bi, there’s also…

We Still Need Weekends During Social Distancing

If you’re on the internet, you’ve certainly seen memes and tweets declaring the obsolescence of weekends. No doubt you, your friends and family – even your dog – are espousing the sentiment that Saturday and Sunday no longer matter! The…

Three Fantastic Short Films Appearing At TIFF Next Wave

TIFF Next Wave is an event that celebrates the most innovative emerging filmmakers. Chalk full of original filmmaking with a side of industry talks, Next Wave will run from February 14th to 16th. If you’re under 25, tickets are free…