BY Ariana Anderson in Sexy on Jun 09, 2011 |
Candy Rain, a porn magazine made by women for women “who love the d and know that there’s nothing sexier than humor,” is celebrating the release of their second issue!
There will be performances by Johnny Nelson and Ease DaMan, as well as burlesque by Miss Spoke, and the 3rd Candy Rain WETdude Contest. There's even going to be a raffle featuring tons of cool prizes like a Halcyon gift certificate, knitting lessons from La Casita Yarn Café, ... Read More
BY Lisa in General on Jun 09, 2011 |
Ladies, do you want to bitch about your roommate? I want to hear it. We’re working on a story about all the ways living with other girls can go south, so if you’ve had a bad roomie situation (whether it involves significant other overstaying their welcome, weird neuroses about borrowing stuff, chore-splitting disasters), please share your story (I promise not to use your real names). But it’s not only the dirt I want. If you’ve been able to ... Read More
BY Grace Evans in Feminizzle on Jun 09, 2011 |
"We did not break the law. We were not driving on the road,” one Saudi woman said after being arrested for practicing her driving skills. Today five women were arrested for driving in three cars in an empty lot in the Hettein district in Saudi Arabia when two police officers arrived to detain them. Next week a nation-wide protest by women who oppose the ban against female drivers will take place in the country.
In Saudi Arabia there is no ... Read More
BY Erina Davidson in Music Stuff on Jun 09, 2011 |
These guys should be Cults status by now. Hailing from Toronto, this five-piece band combined R&B, disco-pop, folk, layered vocals, and electronic beats to create the exciting and varied tracks on their debut EP, It's Never Not Happening.
Six tracks off the album - including the infectious "Girls' Night" - are available for download (FREE!) on their Last.fm page. Their most recent single, "Funny Games", is available for download (also free) on their ... Read More
BY debbie in Feminizzle on Jun 09, 2011 |
I haven't been able to get the story of the missing "Gay Girl in Damascus" blogger -- Amina Arraf -- out of my mind since I first heard about it on Monday. The blog, which has been online since February of 2011, detailed the life of an out American/Syrian lesbian and, in particular, her views on the uprisings in Syria and her desire to see the current administration fall.
But as detailed here previously, someone who identified herself as Amina's cousin posted to ... Read More