Dear Stefanie and Sara Lynn, (and Talia Jane for that matter),
As a millennial, and fellow English major, and female, and human being, CAN WE PLEASE STOP TEARING INTO EACH OTHER!? If you disagree with someone, great. Write a strongly worded response. But can we please focus on the issue at hand (be it work ethic or minimum wage or anything else) and stop shaming each other? As Sara Lynn put it "kicking a younger sister when she's down in self-congratulatory snark is neither gracious, nor humble." Well, Sara Lynn, kicking a sister at all is neither gracious, nor humble, nor does it make you the bigger person. Destroying Stefanie, as you so snarkily listed in your article title, is perpetuating the same female-on-female battle that holds feminism back. Have you ever noticed that men rarely write strongly worded articles in which they tear into each other? No? That's right, it's mostly women.
Politics and friends don't belong together. Unless you have lots of like-minded friends, or you have friends with whom you can have an intelligent discussion from opposing sides of the aisle without devolving into insults and petty fighting. (Oh wait, isn't that what Congress is supposed to do?)
But this election season, there's one candidate who deserves your vote. Frank Underwood. I mean, come on guys. He'll do anything for America. Just look at his campaign slogan! (SPOILERS AHEAD) Look at the vicious way he pushed Zoe in front of that Metro train. Look at how sneakily he tricked Peter Russo into getting drunk again, and then how cleanly he murdered him and made it look like suicide. LOOK AT ALL THE STALKING HE MADE DOUG DO!