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Anne Sage is an author, stylist and OG blogger under the alias ‘CitySage’.. She went to Stanford, worked as a consumer strategist in Manhattan, co-founded an online magazine in...

Part two: after discussing southern patriarchy, bodies, sex and so much more.. Caroline asks Jenny + Science Mike a series of questions about their social media practices. -- Jenn...

Jenny McHargue is the talented and hilarious heart and backbone of her household, as well as being a devoted wife and mother. Mike McHargue (better known as Science Mike) is an aut...

Part two of Amy’s interview is a look behind the curtain of social media.. An honest take on mental health, self esteem and human value from someone in the ‘air quotes’ “in...

Amy Virginia Buchanan is a singer/songwriter, avant garde theatre artist and co-founder of Spring Street Social Society. Her style is influenced by a midwestern upbringing, spannin...

Part two: after discussing dating apps, horoscopes and body image, Caroline asks Fran a series of questions about his social media practice.   --   Fran Tirado is a writer, edito...

Fran Tirado is a writer, editor, speaker, consultant, content-creator, and community-maker for all things queer. He is the Executive Editor of Hello Mr, co-host of the Food 4 T...

Part two: after chatting with Karen Doolittle about money, and how to know what you're worth, Caroline asks Karen a series of questions about her social media practices--and, about...

Karen Doolittle is a Los Angeles based photographer. After a feature on the Instagram blog a few years ago placed her in the spotlight and resulted in a greater social media follow...

Part two: after discussing pregnancy and motherhood with Lauren + Molly, Caroline asks the Kind Campaign founders about their relationships with social media. Lauren Paul and Molly...

Lauren Paul and Molly Thompson are the founders of Kind Campaign, a nonprofit that brings awareness and healing to the negative and lasting effect of girl-against-girl bullying thr...

Part two: after discussing modern masculinity with Igee Okafor, Caroline asks a series of questions about Igee's social media practices. Igee Okafor is the editor and founder of ww...

Igee Okafor is the editor and founder of www.igeeokafor.com, a lifestyle blog about menswear and culture. Igee was born and raised in Nigeria, and moved to Virginia as a teenager. ...

Part Two: after discussing what it was like to grow up with strict immigrant parents, Caroline asks Rachel a series of questions about her social media history and practice. Rachel...

Rachel Nguyen is a fashion blogger and YouTube'r, also known on social media as That's Chic. While growing up in Orange County, California with strict immigrant parents, Rachel qui...

Part two: after discussing the process of deconstructing faith + sexuality, Caroline asks Frances a series of questions about her social media practice. Frances Cannon is a multidi...

Frances Cannon is a multidisciplinary artist in Melbourne, Australia, working predominantly in drawing and painting in ink, gouache and watercolour. Frances' work examines what it ...

Part Two: after discussing refugees and social media users and their responsibility to use it wisely, Caroline asks Lucy a series of questions about her social media practice. Lucy...

Out of Line is taking a jaunt down to Australia for the next few weeks, where we’ll be recording with guests in the southern hemisphere. First up, is Lucy Feagins, the founder an...

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