A Bittersweet Goodbye

In 2013, I’ve paced, deliberated and reflected, thinking of OutLoud’s future. Although there have been many highs this year with the magazine, ultimately, I made the heart-wrenching decision to cease production. In doing… Continue reading

Post Trauma

Trauma without a doubt was an unforgettable experience. Not only for newcomers, like myself, but also for those who attend every year. Energy was flowing rapidly through the entire venue throughout the night.… Continue reading

First Look at Columbus’ Halloween Fetish Party

Trauma If you haven’t heard of Trauma yet, you’re surely missing out. Columbus has a Halloween Fetish Party every year, and it’s just freaky enough. Hosted on October 31 and November 1 at… Continue reading

Women’s National Soccer Team Comes to Columbus

The Columbus Crew Stadium is a powerhouse in the national soccer community. Both the US Men’s and Women’s National Teams are undefeated in Columbus. “There’s a really long history of soccer here in… Continue reading

TEDx Columbus: 5 Years in the Making

TEDx Columbus: 5 Years in the Making By Ruth Milligan In February, 2009 I saw a blog post about how TED, the worldwide conference that shares ideas in talks of 18 minutes or… Continue reading

How Has Sexiness Changed?

How Has Sexiness Changed? Sex and sexiness are constantly changing. Most would agree that this is for the better, but many would not. With the world moving as quickly as it is, it… Continue reading

13 Questions with Angela Perley

Band: Angela Perley & The Howlin’ Moons. Birthplace: Hilliard, Ohio. Describe yourself in 3 words: Quirky, Loving, Observant 1. What motivated you to play music? I deeply admired female artists like Patsy Cline,… Continue reading

The Worst (Best) Thing Happened

The Worst (Best) Thing Happened By Lisa Berry   The Fear Whatever I’m about to do, I’m sure I’m about to do it wrong. When I do something in front of other people,… Continue reading

24 Hours to Make a Difference

Have you heard about The Big Give? A 24-hour, online donation drive, The Big Give provides an opportunity to support over 600 local nonprofit organizations. From 11am on September 17, to 11am on… Continue reading

You Can’t Be What You Can’t See.

“Changing the world starts with changing your perception.” Representative bias, essentially, is the effect of stereotypes on perception. This infographic shows the impact representative bias has on girls and their careers. Fascinating and frightening, the… Continue reading