Sarah Malley

Location icon United States of America

Sarah Malley is currently a Writing, Literature, and Publishing major at Emerson College in Boston. She spends her spare time reading books (mostly nonfiction), tweeting, and watching TV (exclusively comedies). Other interests include Lil Bub, iced tea, lipstick, and chatting with her 23 siblings.

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The Huffington Post
04/04/2016
Living With SSRI Sexual Dysfunction

I had been on Zoloft for about 10 years before a doctor asked me if I had been experiencing side effects. Well, I guess that's a little disingenuous. It didn't take 10 years (and four doctors!) for someone to ask me about any side effects. Just the most important one.

The Huffington Post
02/10/2016
This Is What Insomnia Feels Like

OK, that's not quite true - I can fall asleep, sure. The problem is that I can't stay that way. I'm writing this and it's 3:00 a.m., which isn't out of the ordinary for me. ( There's your problem! I can hear some of you saying.)

Hippocampus Magazine
09/01/2015
The Mother of Pentacles by Sarah Malley

The day we found out, we spent the morning at Molly's house. It was the middle of August, nearing the end of summer between my freshman and sophomore years of college, and a small group of my friends from high school and I were trying to squeeze in as much time together as we could before we all went back to school.

Lash Magazine
02/03/2014
What's Wrong with Tampons?: A Guide to Alternative Menstrual Products

OK, here's the thing - what's wrong with tampons depends on if you ask tampon companies or super crunchy hippies. But nearly everyone (ok, not tampon companies) agrees that a product that can give you Toxic Shock Syndrome (the symptoms of which include skin peeling off, fevers in excess of 102ยบ, and kidney /liver failure, among others) isn't really the best.

Thefbomb
04/16/2012
A Feminist Education | fbomb

Feminism | Posted by Sarah M on 04/16/2012 Feminism is a huge part of my life; it is as core to who I am as my hazel eyes or the heart-shaped birthmark on my calf.