who is internet princess?
internet princess is rayne fisher-quann’s sexy & scintillating blog/newsletter/community hub. i’m a writer, cultural critic, short-form video essayist, full-time performance artist, and medium-insane woman from toronto, canada. you might know me from tiktok, twitter, my work as a music journalist, or my borderline embarrassingly prolific internet presence — vox once called me an “internet it girl” and vanity fair has dubbed me an “internet princess at large”. not bad for a girl who struggles to shower regularly!
i started internet princess because i wanted to create a community around nuanced, sharp, subversive cultural criticism that still remained grounded in compassion and empathy. i was inspired by the longform blogs and underground essayists that shaped my own budding political views back before the internet powers-that-be pulverized my attention span into oblivion; i think attention is a remarkably powerful thing, and it means the world to me that you’d consider giving me yours.
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