Emily Leibert

Emily Leibert is a staff writer at Jezebel and former InsideHook editorial fellow. Her work has appeared in TeenVogue, Refinery29, Bustle and more.

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Is Online “Sad Boy” Culture Covering Up a Legitimate Mental Health Crisis?

In the midst of a pandemic, men have begun to open up about their depression on social media. But is it enough?

Is Getting the Groom a Little Drunk the Secret to Good Engagement Photos?

Men across the nation are taking Fireball shots and guzzling margaritas ahead of their engagement photoshoots. But is there something deeper at play?

Camila Russo Refuses to Be Crypto’s Diversity Checkbox

The Defiant founder is at the forefront of the emerging DeFi media landscape, and she has no plans of stopping there

The BYU Slut Club Wants Everyone to Live Their Best Slutty Life

“Welcome to the club, slut.” What started as a parody of the BYU Virginity Club has turned into a micro online movement of its own.

If I Make You Engagement Chicken, Will You Marry Me?

Ina Garten is taking credit for Emily Blunt and Meghan Markle’s marriages, saying her magical chicken can put a spell on high-profile men

The McKittrick Hotel’s New Immersive Show Is Utterly Terrifying

The venue behind “Sleep No More” is back with “The Woman in Black,” a spirited murder mystery just in time for Halloween

Instagram Says Friendly Boob Slapping Violates Its Community Guidelines

The social media company is removing creators’ access to the link sticker for some pretty ridiculous reasons.

Are Sports Illustrated Swim Readers Ready for Radical Inclusivity?

The Swim issue tirelessly champions diversity and female empowerment. So why didn’t two 2021 rookies make the cut?

The Bad Boi Renaissance Is Upon Us

A new generation of rebels have arrived, but they’re rebelling against the very archetype that precedes them

I, A Woman, Am Begging You to Wear a Suede Jacket This Fall

Ditch the denim to make room for some swaggy new suede

NFL Cheerleaders Aren’t Safe, And Jon Gruden’s Emails Prove It

Jon Gruden received topless photos of NFL cheerleaders. It’s exactly the sort of behavior that makes cheerleaders the NFL’s most vulnerable community.

Women Are Coming to Join Your Frats, and You Can’t Stop Them

One Yale fraternity has gone co-ed. Should others follow suit?

Why a Former Stripper Running for Congress Matters Even Though it Shouldn't

If she wins, Alexandra Hunt would be the first openly former stripper to hold federal public office in the U.S..

All Hail the WSJ Reporter Who Wore a Headband on TV

Jeff Horwitz, serious newsman, plants a flag for the new business casual

Some Wall Street Bros Think Zoom Meetings Are for “Wimps,” And I’m Tired

Is insisting on in-person meetings a reinforcement of outdated office politics?