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Issa Rae Explains Why She Hates Clubs for Vogue’s New Series Sad Hot Girls

‘Insecure’ writer and star Issa Rae was the first to kick off Vogue’s recently new video series ‘Sad Hot Girls,’ where actors and writers are interviewed about their experiences dealing with relationships and friendships: 

“Love, sex, singledom, partnership, boys, girls: Why is this all so hard to negotiate, for even the cleverest and most confident of women? And what does emotional happiness look like anyway? Vogue’s new series Sad Hot Girls investigates the mystifying, oft-seeming impossible world of intimacy and friendship with the help of some of our favorite artists and writers. Kicking off Sad Hot Girls is Issa Rae, creator and star of HBO’s award-winning Insecure. Like many of us, she loathes going to the club, even with her closest friends. According to Rae, there is little to be gained from leaving the house on a weekend night, action be damned. Here’s what happens when she ventures out . . .”

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(Source: Vogue.com)

Originally published: 10/30/2017

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