Daysia Tolentino is the Daily Dot's weekend and evening editor. Her work has appeared in Vulture, Bustle, InStyle, and Study Hall.
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'Women are ridiculed and vilified for quite literally anything.'
On Jan 13, 2022 by Daysia Tolentino
'It is made in the same place, that doesn't mean the SAME INGREDIENTS OR METHODS.'
On Jan 9, 2022 by Daysia Tolentino
'She can keep her Korean to herself.'
On Jan 2, 2022 by Daysia Tolentino
'As a teacher that gets no budget for the classroom 25 cents is A HUGE difference..."
On Dec 26, 2021 by Daysia Tolentino
'If you watch one of those videos, it's going to show you all of them.'
On Dec 16, 2021 by Daysia Tolentino
Ashley Hamilton and Claire Parker dish on the art of the celebrity memoir.
On Nov 18, 2021 by Daysia Tolentino
Nancy Kimball received backlash for playing the teen daughter of a murderer.
On Oct 27, 2021 by Daysia Tolentino
The TikToker alleges that the workers supported the woman.
On Oct 17, 2021 by Daysia Tolentino
'He's spitting his germs all over the place'
On Oct 10, 2021 by Daysia Tolentino
'Within half a year I have seen more projects than I ever would dream of in my whole life.'
On Oct 7, 2021 by Daysia Tolentino
When isolated, the narratives on FictionalTok fall apart and veer uncanny.
On Sep 30, 2021 by Daysia Tolentino
'It brings you back to that quiet place—childhood.'
On Sep 23, 2021 by Daysia Tolentino
86 million capsules later, Mini Brands continues to dominate on social.
On Sep 16, 2021 by Daysia Tolentino
'What would drive someone so young to do something so evil.'
On Sep 12, 2021 by Daysia Tolentino
'I didn't feel like fragrance had to be something that people were kept out of.'
On Sep 9, 2021 by Daysia Tolentino