Author Archives: Chloe Pantazi

About Chloe Pantazi

Chloe Pantazi is an editor at The Weeklings and an alumna of NYU's Cultural Reporting and Criticism program. Her writing has appeared in The Atlantic, The Paris Review Daily, The Hairpin, Hyperallergic, Flavorwire, Guernica, BBC Travel, Travel + Leisure, Paste, and elsewhere. Follow her on Twitter (@ChloePantazi).

Are You Beach Body Ready?

This summer, Protein World asked women if their bodies were ready for the beach. Chloe Pantazi responds with an essay about the world of advertising, body-shaming, and wearing bikinis. Continue reading

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A Little Complaint About Big Breasts

Some people think big breasts are a nice problem to have — but they’re not a fun burden to carry. Chloe Pantazi writes about her experience of being large-chested and finding boob heaven. Continue reading

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On the Blindness of “WAR/PHOTOGRAPHY”

What is the point of War Photography? Who is it for? And what does it communicate? Chloe Pantazi considers the questions as images of brutality inundate us all. Continue reading

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Almost Getting It Kind of Together

From her vantage point in Greenpoint, Chloe Pantazi examines the relationship between Lena Dunham’s “Girls” and Mary McCarthy’s “The Group.” Continue reading

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