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 Dating During The Holidays Is Weird

It’s November, the month that signals the return of red cups at Starbucks, the release of countless Hallmark movies about  female bakers who’ve turned their backs on love, and scary Black Friday shopping. But November also signals something more subtle,…

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How Apps Made Dating Less Creepy (Yes, Really…)

Did you know 40% of American couples now meet through technology? And yet, we all know some anachronistic holdout who insists finding a partner online is “creepy.” Well, as someone who met her spouse on OkCupid (true story!), I’d like…

Three Ways Dating Is Like An Unpaid Part-time Job

I once read an interview with Wendy Newman, where the romance guru confessed it took her 121 first dates to meet a long-term partner. At the time, I balked. How could dating be that hard? Weren’t people who took forever…

The Stars of ‘The Politician’ On What Makes Their Show Special

In search of something to binge on Netflix? We promise you can’t do better than The Politician… The Politician is Ryan Murphy’s newest series. Part satire, part musical, and part heartfelt drama, the show defies both expectations at almost every…

When It’s Okay To Ghost People…

I have a very controversial opinion: I don’t think ghosting is that bad. *Photo by Juan Pablo Arenas from Pexels Don’t get me wrong, I firmly believe it’s inappropriate to ghost one’s spouse of sixteen years – or even one’s…