Rolling Stone – The 100 Best Instagram Accounts
The New York Times, Thursday Styles Cover – “Laughing All The Way To The Bank”
They also described, with excruciating accuracy, certain behaviors and idiosyncrasies of a type of young women and how they live...Betches Love This soon proved a female counterpart of sorts to the bro fraternity culture popularized by Tucker Max
The New York Times Best Sellers List – #12 in Paperback Advice and Misc., March 31, 2013
Vogue– “The 16 Funniest Instagrams You Should Be Following Right Now”
If you’re not following Betches already, then what have you even been doing all this time on Instagram?
Jezebel– “Beyond Jappy, It’s All About The Betches Now”
The ‘Betches Love This’ website and bestselling book — both popular with women ages 18-24 — are satisfying because they're anthropologically detailed and because they spell out stuff people think but don't always want to say out loud, just like a good shit-talking betch should.
The Telegraph– “The Joy of Being A Bitch Should Never Be Understated”
"The idea that women who already wrap most of life around their little finger is, in itself, risible if there's no humour with it. Thankfully the Betches have funny by the bucketload."
Cosmopolitan UK– “The Bitch Backlash”
It's the kind of hilarious-but-true website that makes us slightly ashamed of all the mildly bitchy habits we've accrued, by writing them large and highlighting just how monstrous they can get if left unchecked.
Cosmopolitan Australia– “Who Are These Betches?!”
If you’re not one of the four million people a month who visit the website Bitches Love This, then you should probably hop on the band wagon.
Marie Claire– “The Summer’s Hottest Beach Reads”
The creators of Betches Love This tackle life’s difficult challenges (frenemies, boyfriends, hangovers) with a satirical guide about ‘how to win at basically everything.’
The Huffington Post– “Lessons in Being a Betch”
I think we can all agree that these girls not only have the stamina for it, but they were meant to be betches.
Vice –“The Evolution of the Bitch”
All women—and sometimes, men—were eligible for the "bitch" label, in some form or other. It became an all-purpose salutation (as in, “what’s up my bitchezzzzzz?”). Gay men and Valley girls started affectionately calling their friends “betches.
Buzzfeed –“37 Times the Betches Instagram Read Your Mind”
Because we’re all a little betchy.
CNBC – The Twitter Revolution
Cosmopolitan - “Sexy vs. Skanky” Print Spread
The Huffington Post –“10 Baddest Betches in History”
I mean, besides Throwback Thursday and that time the nerd who does our homework got a little mouthy and explained the essay he wrote for us about Russo-Japanese relations, we really don't know much about the past. That is, except when we see our betchy selves in historical figures. What is a betch exactly? If you could combine the hotness of Kate Moss, with the wit of Chelsea Handler and the vibe of Anna Wintour, you would have yourself the ideal betch. Through this slideshow of our icons, a betch will realize that she is a member of a longstanding line of people just like her and that it is her responsibility to go Wiki her ancestors.
Billboard -“A Betches Guide to Billboard’s Hot 100 Music Festival”
Betches Love This, is the go-to site and Instagram for female millennials and guess what? They can't wait to go to Billboards Hot 100 Fest this summer. So, you might be wondering, "Am I a Betch?"”
The New York Post Print– Trend Pulse
Our ‘It's Casual’ tee featured in The New York Post's Trend Pulse.
There's No Way You Woke Up Like That tank in Cosmo's "What to Wear to Fun Fearless Life."
Our You Can't Spin With Us tee in Cosmo's "20 Unexpected Gifts to Get Your Best Friend."
Our There's No Way You Woke Up Like Thatand I Have An Addiction to Overpriced Workout Classes tanks featured on Shape Magazine.
Our There's No Way You Woke Up Like This, Grool, and Iggy Azalea tees on Shop Nylon.
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