Category Georgia

Mascots are mascots, no ‘lady’ about it

A few months back, at the beginning of basketball season in Georgia, I not-so-jokingly asked my boss to use “Gentlemen” in a headline. I had two stories from the same school and had to differentiate the basketball teams. So if I was to use “Lady (name)” I was going to use “Gentlemen (name)” too. This is how […]

Being a gentleman is not about catering to women

I have been incredibly quiet in this space for months now. I think about it often, but I haven’t published anything since August. There are a few reasons for it. For one, I’ve been busy with my newish job that has even newer responsibilities in 2015. I’ve also found myself struggling to adjust in the world I’ve been […]

Breaking the pink stereotype

I bought a pink shirt on my Tallahassee shopping trip last week. You either spit out your drink in shock or are questioning why that’s my lead, depending on how well you know me. I’ve always hated pink. I hated pink as a child, I hated pink as a teen and I hated pink in […]