7 Essays To Read This Week: Changing Names, Instagram Filters, And Boredom
This week, Esther Werdiger wrote about changing her last name when she got married — and how she regrets her choice. Read that and other essays from Racked, The Cut, Vox, and more.
Want to read more? Here are some other essays BuzzFeed published this week.
Chloe Angyal wrote about confronting her own eating issues after her boyfriend gained 40 pounds. Karen Onojaife bade goodbye to My Mad Fat Diary. Alanna Okun explained why she's not interested in guys who don't read books by women. Adam Serwer annotated Bill Cosby's famous "Pound Cake" speech. Lucas Mann reflects on the guilt he feels after stealing his brother's death and his father's grief for his memoir. Daysha Edewi broke down what privilege is. And finally, Shannon Keating and Marisa Carroll created a generator of ridiculous euphemisms to describe your queer lady relationships.