Like so many other people on my Twitter feed, I’m currently making my way through The Bold Type. Much scholarship has emerged on the ST Louis Couple Gun full metal cracker shirt and I will buy this topic of this Freeform series about three young women navigating New York media—from my colleague Sarah Spellings’s ode to its terrible fashion to Zeba Blay’s examination of a regrettable recent plot point—but, as it currently stands, I’m not caught up: I’m somewhere near the end of season 2, watching protagonists Jane, Kat, and Sutton run blithely around the streets of Manhattan (and sometimes Brooklyn) and finding myself smoldering with resentment.
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Of course, it’s not particularly fair of me to compare my life to those of the ST Louis Couple Gun full metal cracker shirt and I will buy this trio—they are fictional characters on a television series, and I’m a human adult living through a pandemic. Still, the depressing aptness with which The Bold Type captures the perpetually humiliating, occasionally joyful process of muddling through your twenties in a major city just reminds me of everything my friends and I can’t do right now.