Mallory Ortberg — American Writer born on November 28, 1986,

Mallory Ortberg is an American writer, editor, and a co-founder of the feminist general interest site The Toast. She previously wrote for Gawker and the Hairpin, where she met Toast co-founder Nicole Cliffe. Her first book, Texts from Jane Eyre, was released in November 2014, and became a New York Times bestseller. Ortberg was included in the 2015 Forbes 30 under 30 list in the Media category. On November 9, 2015 it was announced that she was taking over Slate's "Dear Prudence" advice column from Emily Yoffe... (wikipedia)

Everyone wants to be liked; everyone wants approval. No one likes being ignored.
I think female solitude is a mental condition as well as a physical state. You can be married and a spinster. I think spinster is an identity every woman can claim, if she will... I feel like a lot of women, or a lot of feminists, joke about taking to the sea or living alone in a cottage as this kind of fun freedom.
Did you know that, pound for pound, the moose is the leanest ruminant on Earth? It's true. Moose are very in tune with their natural surroundings.
A lot of my creative energy is spent coming up with a concept that, once I get it, I feel like it writes itself.
Anything where I get to write a lot of jokes and have a lot of creative control - that's all I want.