BY Eileen Milman in Feminizzle on Jun 21, 2011 |
Last year, Mooncup ran a poster campaign in London, inviting women to submit nicknames for their ladybits. Now they have what I'm convinced is Jessica Rabbit singing 'em out for you.
This seems like a pretty blatant "viral ad campaign" attempt. They might as well have choreographed a flash mob! Yawn. This ad campaign does make me realize what a taboo of a word "vagina" is, and what cutesy nicknames ladies get for their private parts. Seriously, if anybody calls ... Read More
BY Jaime Lowe in Music Stuff on Jun 21, 2011 |
Greetings from the road. I'm writing this post in the car on our way to Jacksonville, Florida. The sun is shining, it's hot, and tour rules.
So far, the Assembly of Light Women's Choir and The Body have dominated audiences in Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Baltimore, and Charlotte.
Let's rewind a bit so I can show you some pictures.
Landscape gardener/Soprano Anna Mulligan relaxes at White Electric before our ... Read More
BY Kate Senecal in Feminizzle on Jun 20, 2011 |
On Monday the Supreme Court threw out a case against Walmart that sought backpay to compensate an upwards of a million female employees who claim they were discriminated against in pay and promotion decisions. Had the case gone through, it would have cost Walmart billions of dollars. The court didn’t even get as far as making a decision about whether or not the ladies of Walmart were actually getting discriminated against; rather, the case was ... Read More
BY Ariana Anderson in General on Jun 20, 2011 |
Any cat owner knows that our dear felines love to bring their owners delightful surprises, like dead rodents and birds, or even the occasional slimy sock. But San Mateo, California has a well-known thief that earns the apt title of a ‘cat burglar.’ Dusty, a beautiful, stealth Siamese owned by the Chu family has stolen over 600 things from neighbors over the years, by sneaking out each night and bringing as many as eleven items home before ... Read More
BY Ariana Anderson in Feminizzle on Jun 20, 2011 |
Laurel Thatcher Ulrich is credited with the famous quote, “Well-behaved women seldom make history,” which is a phrase that has since become a slogan of just about everyone and their grandma. (There’s even a coffee mug floating around the BUST office with the quote.) But at 92nd Street Y’s recent talk on Women in Politics moderator Alison Stewart, host of PBS’s Need to Know, asked authors Nora Ephron and Rebecca Traister how this quote ... Read More