What She Said What  She  Said 

It’s difficult to articulate what it's like being a woman. Hell, even the spelling of the word is cause for discussion (we see you, womxn).

Ladies Beware: I Didn’t Have Cancer, It Was Fibroids

Nefertiti Producer Progressive Gen X
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Why Do I Feel Guilty After Sex? My Christian Upbringing, That’s Why

Cary Donen Writer Progressive Millennial

My Abusive Relationship Story: I Don’t Blame My Abuser or Myself

English Writer Progressive Millennial

Can We Go Beyond Gender?

Legion Artist Nihilist Millennial

Vaginismus, Casual Sex and Me

Ginger Writer Progressive Millennial

More Narratives

My Uphill Battle Against Bro Culture as a Queer Woman in Tech

Dee Sappointed Software Sales Progressive Millennial

My Mother Works, My Father Stays at Home

Theodosia Writer Progressive Millennial

Why Women in Remote Jobs Still Aren’t Safe From Sexual Harassment

The Messenger Producer Moderate Millennial

What It Was Like Being a Stripper

Hey Bin Writer Progressive Millennial

Do We Repeat Our Parents’ Mistakes? Yes. That's Okay.

LadyScribe75 Writer Progressive Gen X

My Poop Horror Story: How I Hid a Turd From My Boyfriend

Ida A1 Educator Progressive Millennial

I’m a Mixed-Race Female Who Has Been Hypersexualized Into a Corner

The Unwanted Truth Writer Undisclosed Millennial

I Was Fired for Being Gay, but Now I'm Free

Boondocks Delivery Driver Progressive Millennial

Having an Orgasm During Rape: I Believed the Myth and Sought Violent Sex

Marla Journalist Socialist Millennial

It’s About Time We Start Explaining Menstruation to Boys

CheezQueen Administration Manager Undisclosed Millennial

My Risky Road to Becoming a Mother

The People’s Health Author Progressive Baby Boomer

A Perspective on the Vulnerability of Solo Female Travel

Selene Creative Producer Libertarian Millennial

I’m a Woman in the Arts, Fighting for Equality

Willow's Child Writer Undisclosed Millennial

That Time I Was Called Both Sir and Ma’am at the Store

Boondocks Delivery Driver Progressive Millennial

As a Female Line Cook, I’ve Seen Plenty of Nut Sacks

Shit Load of Capricorn Director of Marketing Moderate Millennial

What a Botched Surgery Has Taught Me About Gender Identity

GenderAlchemist Teacher Progressive Millennial

What Compulsive Shopping Taught Me About Body Image

Big Blonde Writer Progressive Gen X

Quarantine Jokes About Alcoholism Are Giving Me PTSD

Squirrel Writer Progressive Millennial

I'm a Ballerina and I Use Alcohol as a Coping Mechanism

LaLune Director of Marketing Moderate Millennial

Being a Stay-at-Home Mom: Still Not Fair in 2020

Notsocarolbrady Writer Moderate Millennial

I Survived My Gaslighting Family, but I'm Still Getting Over It

Logophile Writer Progressive Millennial

Why I Solicit Dick Pics

Babygirl 777 Artist Progressive Millennial

I Had an Affair When I Was Younger: Here’s What I Learned

Lemon Lady Classroom Assistant Undisclosed Millennial

Why I’m Glad My Husband Has Terminal Cancer

Tinkerbell Writer Progressive Millennial

I Had Trouble Getting Pregnant, Until the Coronavirus

Jones Writer Progressive Millennial

I’m a Pro-Life Woman Fighting for Compassion

Thalia Rose Pastoral Counselor Moderate Millennial

I’m Bored. Should We Have a Baby?

Lucile Writer Progressive Millennial

I Am a Muslim Woman and I Am Victim of Toxic Masculinity

Sinead Z Journalist Socialist Millennial

I Didn't Understand Allyship Until I Stopped Dating White Men

MixedKid Being Human Progressive Millennial

Hey, Sweetie: The Complicated World of Catcalling in 2020

E.S. Wilder Writer Progressive Millennial

Navigating Sexism in Tech as a Female Startup Founder

S. Nion CEO Socialist Millennial

The Come Up

Discover Themes

Going Places

It's about time we all got out of the house, wouldn't you say?



This should be fun. We’re talking NSFW fun, okay?


Head Space

Chances are you’ve been on your own rollercoaster ride with mental health recently. The Doe is here for you. 

Mental Health

Common Ground

The environment is a constant in the news, but even more so of late. Climate change, the Australian wildfires and, of course, the spread of a global, animal-borne disease have most of us thinking about our planet in unfamiliar ways.


Game On

While the sporting world has been rocked by the pandemic, it looks for a major rebound this spring: March madness, indeed.



Some folks have family trees that go back generations, others don’t know who their birth mothers are. No matter what, the human desire to know where one came from runs deep.


Hi, Society

Okay, so how many movies did you see in the theater last year? And live concerts? Yeah, that’s what we figured. And yet!

Pop Culture

And Beyond

The year is 2020. Science and technology influence everything from day-to-day tasks to our health and longevity. And yet an ocean of advancement still awaits. The question is, how do we dive in?

Science and Tech

What's Good

To say this year has sucked would be an understatement. But amidst the hot dumpster fire that is 2020, we're looking for a silver lining.

Acts of Kindness

State of the Union

It’s perhaps the most contentious and consequential election in modern American history: As Biden and Trump square off, The Doe jumps into the debate.


The System

George Floyd. Breonna Taylor. Portland. Chicago. Lafayette Square. As cities across the United States grapple with protests, unrest and rebellion, The Doe takes a deep dive into justice and the system.


Subject Matters

Reading, writing and arithmetic ain’t what it used to be a decade ago—or even a few months ago.


Four Letter Word

Love: A lot of songs, poems and multi-volume treatises have been devoted to the subject. So, in these strange days when we could use it the most, what’s left to say about the strongest of human emotions?  Plenty.


On the Record

We’re very proud of our particular and deliberate themes at The Doe. They cover a broad range of topics, ones that we feel are crucial to discourse in the world today. But still!