Kat George is an Australian writer living in New York. She is the creator of the web series "The Big Gulp" and author of the book "Pink Bits". Her work can be found at VH1, The Village Voice, Noisey, i-D, Vice, The Gloss, Refinery29, and a bunch of other places.

11 Things Extroverts Did In The '90s

The '90s were a time of earnest introspection, but that doesn't mean there weren't things extroverts did in the '90s as well. Some of culture's most famous extroverts had their "moment" in the '90s: Courtney Love, Drew Barrymore, Romy and Michelle,…
By Kat George

Why You Wished You Were An Adult In The '90s

There were plenty of reasons you wished you were an adult in the '90s. Being a kid was great, sure: you had your Polly Pockets, Legos and POGs as far as the eye could see. You were an irresponsible Tamagotchi owner, but that was fine — no one was…
By Kat George

12 Super Sexist Things From The '90s

If you remember the '90s only fondly, you've probably blocked out the super sexist things about the '90s that really dragged the era down. Because the '90s weren't all Riot Grrrl, kicky Spice Girl power, and sisterhood. There was a lot of deeply…
By Kat George

How To Have The Perfect '90s Inspired V-Day

It's nearly time to have yourself the perfect '90s inspired Valentine's Day. It doesn't matter whether you're in a couple, with friends, or on your own — Valentine's Day can be celebrated by anyone, in any situation, and if you add a little '90s…
By Kat George

12 '90s Inspired Valentine's Day Gifts

Valentine's Day is nearly upon us and that means one thing: you must buy for your sweetheart a '90s inspired Valentine's Day gift. Although it doesn't have to be your sweetheart if you don't have one (or even if you do, maybe you want to spread the…
By Kat George

What It's Like Explaining The '90s To Young People

Sometimes it can be difficult to nail explaining what the '90s were really like to today's young people. It can be hard to connect with a generation of kids floating around on hoverboards when we spent nights laying awake in bed dreaming of floating…
By Kat George

Things You Dreamed In The '90s That Are Real Now

When you were a kid there were things you dreamed about in the '90s that are real now. Some of your wildest childhood dreams, the ones including hover boards and crazy things like holograms, are very much a reality in 2017. Your '90s child brain…
By Kat George

11 Ways You Made Friends In The '90s

There were no apps or social media when you were growing up, so you had to be more creative in the way you made friends in the '90s. You'd have to — shockingly — actually engage in conversation with new people, rather than just hitting the "like"…
By Kat George

Why You & Your BFF Weren't Cool In The '90s

There was plenty of stuff you and your BFF did in the '90s that you thought was cool, but really wasn't. Amidst all the dorky things you did to proclaim your friendship in the '90s, the general awkwardness of the era, and the fact that you were a…
By Kat George

12 Different Types Of '90s Child You Could Be

Nineties kids came in all shapes and sizes, and there were some very distinct types of '90s child you could be. Of course, everyone has their own distinct personality and tastes, but most of us still fit into clear categories in the '90s. These were…
By Kat George

Here's What Spawned Your '90s Feminist Awakening

There were lots of things going on culturally that probably helped spawn your feminist awakening in the '90s. Indeed, the '90s were a surprisingly feminist time, as the third wave of feminism rolled into town. You might have entered puberty in the…
By Kat George

What Your Fave Pair Of '90s BFFs Says About You

Everyone had a favorite pair of BFFs in the '90s, and you can tell a lot about a person from the couple they chose. I was all about Friends, which I suppose makes me a little bit of loser, but really sentimental and loyal (but more on that later).…
By Kat George

Why '90s Kids Make Wonderful Nasty Women Now

Following the uprising of women the world over with last week's Women's March, consider that '90s kids make wonderful Nasty Women now. Nasty Woman, a phrase coined by Donald Trump when he hurled it at then presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, has…
By Kat George

11 Types Of Photos You'll Find In Your '90s Albums

Going back through your old memories can be a phenomenal experience, especially considering the types of photos you'll find in your '90s album. Chances are, those photos are going to make you laugh and cringe in equal measure. You'll be lording over…
By Kat George

12 Things You Acted Apathetic About In The '90s

Sometimes when you were acting apathetic in the '90s it was really just so you could look cool. You weren't always as apathetic as you were pretending to be, but prescribing to the whole apathy genre was a source of instant cool, so you flicked your…
By Kat George

11 Secrets You And Your BFF Kept In The '90s

When you were growing up, there were a lot of covert operations going on, and there were certain secrets you and your BFF kept in the '90s. BFFs are designed for secret sharing and keeping, of course. There are timeless secrets we keep with our…
By Kat George

Pop Culture Feminists You Could Be In The '90s

The '90s was a dynamic time, and there were lots of different types of '90s feminist you could be. Feminism is much the same these days: you're probably characterized by the thing you believe in the most. Intersectional feminism is currently on the…
By Kat George

Cringeworthy Things You & Friends Did In The '90s

There were a lot of cringeworthy things you did with friends in the '90s. As we hold up the era as the height of cool, it was also sometimes deathly awkward. The catch is we didn't necessarily know how dorky we were being at the time. Hindsight's a…
By Kat George

11 Reasons Friendship Was Better In The '90s

There were a lot of things you used to do better, including friendship in the '90s. That's not to say the way you're doing friendship now is wrong, it's just that there were things that were inherent to the '90s that made your friendships better.…
By Kat George

Why Winter In The '90s Was The Best Kind Of Winter

There was something magical about winter in the '90s. It signaled the time of year you'd cozy up with your family after popping a bag of popcorn (in the microwave, not on the stovetop — too creepy after Scream) and watch movies like Cool Runnings…
By Kat George