46 Min Released Oct 30, 2018

Grace Bonney: Admitting Your Mistakes On The Internet is YIKES

Grace Bonney (Design Sponge) talks about coming out at 30, why figuring out a delicate part of your identity in a public space isn't ideal, and why people not perceiving her as gay means she's constantly having to come out to people. She also talks about how the internet forces you into a place where you don't feel safe admitting mistakes, how blogging has changed, and why one day, she's going to step away from it all.

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