Lindy West is a comic book, author, and activist who came to limelight after her contribution as an opinion writer for The New York Times. The author of Shrill often writes, emphasizing on feminism, popular culture, and the fat acceptance movement.
Lindy West' Personal Life
The American author and activist Lindy West is a married woman. Lindy married her longtime boyfriend Ahamefule J. Oluo on 11 of July 2015. Ahamefule is the younger brother of Seattle author and activist Ijeoma Oluo.
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Happy 36th birthday to my best friend and best husband, Ahamefule J. Oluo, Eze-Nganga Eze-Okorobia, who always comes through, who is so funny, who finds the best turtles and writes the best songs and is a genius and a very good man. I love you so much! I am so proud of you! And REMINDER we are the same age now so you cannot call me a cougar again until March!!! (wedding pic by @photojennyj!)
After, meeting on a social program the lovebirds fell in love. Subsequently, the duo tied their knot vowing not to separate the rest of their life.
The couple is very much into social work. As a professional social worker, she often appeared in various places with her husband. The lovebirds plan to change the world for good.
As of now, the duo lives a happily married relationship. Speaking of which, the pair is yet to share any children between them. Looks like they are not planning for any in the near future.
Lindy West' Net Worth And Career
Well, as an activist and author, Lindy made a handsome amount of money enjoying a blissful married life with her husband.
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Initially, she started her professional career in 2009, as the movie editor for Seattle’s weekly newspaper The Stranger. But her major break came in after her job for Jezebel got rave reviews and enormous publications. Her work for Jezebel got printed in the Daily Telegraph, New York Daily News, GQ.
In 2013 she made herself recognized to the audience by winning the Girls' Media Center Social Media Award. Subsequently, she co-founded “Shout Your Abortion”, on September 19, 2015.
Lindy West became the newest ruling writer for The New York Times, composing wonderful publications which focus on popular culture, feminism, social equality, and justice in addition to the human image.
An average Staff Writer of the NY Times earns around $70k. Moreover, She resides in Seattle, Washington with her husband. The average price of a house in the location is $750,000.
She authored few books as well, books like Shrill: Notes from a Loud Woman, The Witches Are Coming, and How to Be a Person: The Stranger's Guide to College, Sex, Intoxicants, Tacos, and Life Itself.
The books are available for sale in two different versions, Kindle and Paperback. They cost around $9.99 and $13.57, respectively. The book Shrill: Notes from a Loud Woman is available in two other versions, Hardcover, and Audio CD, costing from $11.98 to $16.
Calculation all that, we can say her net worth is around $250k, at the moment.
Lindy West' Wiki-Bio
Lindy West was born on March 9, 1982, in Seattle, Washington, U.S. She is the daughter of a nurse and a musician father Ingrid Paul West.
In addition, she attended Occidental College in Los Angeles.
No information about her early life is out on the social media. However, her work as an activist is mostly flaunted whenever her name pops up. The lady from Seattle won the Stranger's Genius Award in Literature for her book Shrill in 2016.
From her work, she managed to gather 59.7k fan following on her social media account, Instagram.