Even though Gawker redacted Martinson's name when it published the letter in April, it didn't take long for the Internet to discover her identity.
Martinson's angry letter was remixed as a rant from Becky's Book Club, as a speech President Obama could have delivered following the Senate's failure to pass a gun control bill, and read aloud by "Barbie," "Morgan Freeman" and Michael Shannon.
Amid the hubbub, Martinson set her Twitter account private, and we thought we'd heard the last from her when she resigned from the sorority in April. We were wrong.
Martinson made her Twitter account public again, brining the world such new brilliance as:
Martinson has also become a contributor to BroBible, a website geared towards college-aged men, and posted her first column on Tuesday. BroBible seems like a perfect fit, considering the site is a go-to for frat-related coverage and features plenty of reader-submitted pieces about hooking up and Facebook fails, along with advice columns.
In Martinson's first piece, she offers advice to women about meeting guys at the bar, in her typical straight-forward style: "When you're talking to him think about it from his perspective. He's a guy. Don't talk about super girly shit."
Her column goes on with more R-rated commentary, which you can go read for yourself. We're just glad to have "America's Favorite Sorority Girl" back.