Launched in March 2010, CAN I GET A MAN WITH THAT? is a cheeky online destination for those hilarious, embarrassing or downright shameful dating stories you’ve only dared to tell your closest girlfriends. We’ve been spotted around the web on Glamour, Marie Claire and AOL (visit our press page). You can anonymously share your tales of revenge, wild hookups and dating disasters or read stories from other women who share your relationship woes. Based on the amount of period stories we’ve already received, it’s safe to say there will be blood. You’ve been warned.
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CIGAMWT is the brainchild of former Seventeen staffer, Charlise Ferguson. In addition to the teen mag, she also worked at Travel + Leisure and PEOPLE. She recently discovered her hidden talent of Wendy Williams impressions during a late-night editing session in her Queens, N.Y. apartment — How you doin’?
Bethonie Butler is a Washington, D.C.-based writer/editor. She attended the University of Maryland where she majored in journalism. She keeps a perpetually messy living space and boasts almost no cooking skills. Surprisingly, she was able to get a man with that.
Chanelle Sicard recently finished her degree in English at McMaster University in Canada and hopped on a flight to the USA. This Jamaican born child of the tropics is a self professed pop culture junkie. Don’t mess with her Jamaican food, reggae music, or her BlackBerry. She’s a freelance writer who’s interned for Sweetspot.ca and Broadway Magazine and plans to paint the world in a color she has yet to invent - Yeah, you should be scared.
Alix Lotty is a recent graduate of the University of Maryland where she majored in American Studies. Originally from Fairfield, Conn., she now works at a talent agency in New York. She loves indie music, rousing games of Scrabble, and all things pop culture. CIGMAWT is her first foray into editing for the web.
Jeanine Grimaldi is a graduate of Binghamton University where she studied English. Before CIGAMWT, she interned at SHAPE magazine and a book publishing company in London. The Brooklyn, N.Y. native loves dancing and is always the first person on the dance floor — or nearest piece of furniture.
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