"Divine" isn't About Being Perfect
We don't know any perfect women and if we did, we probably wouldn't want to hang around with them. At Divine Caroline, you'll be spending time with women who embrace the fact that life isn't always easy or beautiful or fair. Our dream is to give you a place to come together and express yourselves. What brings you joy. What breaks your heart. Makes you giggle. What pisses you off. Confuses you. Entertains you. What keeps you strong. And if all that sounds too heady, remember we're also discussing stuff like sketchy relatives and good kissers.
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A whole lot of people—including members like you—make Divine Caroline possible. Meet a few of the faces behind the site!
Jennifer is a contributing editor at Divine Caroline. Anyone who knows her will tell you—she’s obsessed with em dashes, jumpsuits, David Lynch films, and jalapeño poppers (but only the cream cheese variety). When she’s not writing about pop culture or denim trends, she’s reading, sewing, or walking with her husband and Earle (their Miniature Schnauzer) in Golden Gate Park’s Rose Garden. Her work has also appeared on Modernluxury.com, Nobhillgazette.com, and TIME.com. www.jennifergsams.com
Dino-Ray Ramos is an entertainment writer who watches too much TV and enjoys bad movies just as much as good ones. He's a comedy nerd, a pop culture troll, and appreciates the high and low brow lifestyle. In addition to contributing to DivineCaroline.com, he writes for Hyphen Magazine, AfterElton.com, OKGorgeous.com and his own pop culture site TheFinerDandy.com. He has also written for the San Francisco Chronicle and Oakland Tribune. He's a little awkward, clever, always hungry and enjoys finding new things to deep fry. Find about all this and more by following him on Twitter at @DinoRay.