BY Elle Brosh in Movies on Mar 07, 2014 |
Wes Anderson's newest film, The Grand Budapest Hotel, came out today and I don't know about you, but all of those luscious color schemes made me want to re-watch his entire film canon and... eat. Well people, we're in luck because Nitehawk Cinema in Brooklyn is holding a, "The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou" FILM FEAST on Wednesday, March 12th at 7:15pm.
What is this you may ask? Well, NiteHawk Cinema is famous for serving food and drinks in their theaters, and I ... Read More
BY Elle Brosh in Artsy on Mar 07, 2014 |
Artists Molly Surno and Molly Lowe each have very important solo exhibitions at the Suzanne Geiss Company in Soho. The showcase opened last night, and will be on display until March 29th, 2014. These two female artists do extremely important work, so if you are in need of some artistic inspiration, or just want a cool place to go before a crazy night on the town, please go check it out!<
The Suzanne Geiss Company 76 Grand Street, New York, NY 10013
Both ... Read More
BY Brittany Allen in Feminizzle on Mar 06, 2014 |
CNN reported today that a bill aiming to drastically reduce sexual assault in the military was shot down in the Senate by a vote of 55 to 45. This represents yet another sad defeat for the oft-silenced voices of assault and rape victims in the armed forces. According to testimony by one of the bill's sponsors, Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY), assault numbers have continued to climb in the past few years: between 2011 and 2012, incidents of unwanted ... Read More
BY kelsey haight in Feminizzle on Mar 06, 2014 |
Thanks to the witty efforts of www.meninyogapants.com, now we can all begin the healing process: turns out, yoga pants are not just for making your butt look cute. They're a necessary fact of...you guessed it...yoga.
This funny photo project addresses how often people are shamed for how they look in skin-tight pants, and breaks the assumption that spandex and polyester blend are only apropos for certain body types, for certain ... Read More
BY kelsey haight in General on Mar 06, 2014 |
Pee-Wee Herman enthusiasts found something new to covet today thanks to an enterprising eBay seller. For the low low price of $25,600, you can ride in style just like the comedian himself — though you'll have to piece the bicycle together before you can get your hands on it. “It's in pieces now, but everything is there,” promises the seller.
Regardless of Pee-Wee's adamant refusal to sell the Beach Cruiser for any price back in ... Read More
BY BUST Magazine in Sexy on Mar 06, 2014 |
Though many of us love to sleep more than LITERALLY ANYTHING ELSE IN THE ENTIRE WORLD, getting a new mattress can be a daunting task. Especially in light of recent studies conducted by the Harvard School of Public Health and other institutions, in which scientists learned that many mattresses come with the caveat of serious health risks. That's right: in addition to the threats of creaky bed-frames and poor support, many of our sleeping pads contain harmful ... Read More
BY Brittany Allen in Boob Tube on Mar 06, 2014 |
According to a news blast from Brokelyn.com...tourism may be coming to jenky, jenky Brooklyn. Last year, Sasheer Zamata made a spoof webisode advertising a fictional “Locations of Girls” tour (see below) and today the Daily News confirms the rumor's plausibility. This means that soon, my friends, double decker buses could be trolling through your hood, spewing out tourists eager to photograph the authentic sights and sounds of Greenpoint, Crown ... Read More
BY kelsey haight in Feminizzle on Mar 06, 2014 |
March 8th is International Women's Day, yet we still have A LOT to get done before we can confidently say that women around the world are receiving equal rights. In fact, there is a war against the pride and beauty of women's genitals going on right now — the practice of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM). You can learn more and sign a petition to help end this horrifying practice here.
Note: the video below and some of the materials linked to ... Read More
Trapped behind glass cases, the miniature human subjects of Lisa Swerling’s Glass Cathedrals unabashedly perform daily rituals normally veiled from the outside world. The stunning pieces afford viewers with a whimsical type of voyeuristic indulgence. Like children before a set of dolls, we are invited to examine the many mundane moments that compose adult life, breathing life and meaning into each dollhouse-like setup with our own ... Read More
In her own words, the model Erika Linder has “too much imagination to just be one gender;” through the slightest shifts in styling, dress, and emotive expression, she can seamlessly transition from “masculine” to “feminine” constructed beauty ideals. Her sultry and commanding stare remind us of the vast potential of gender expression as a means of self-actualization and individual evolution.
And the fashion ... Read More