A week ago, the New York Times shed light on this issue with a feature entitled ‘Women, Uneasy, Still Lag as Cyclists in New York City”. The article features Julie Hirschfied, owner of Reade Street bicycle boutique, Adeline Adeline. Hirschfeld opened the store with the intention of catering exclusively to female cyclists. One year after the store’s opening, Hirschfeld could no longer deny the lack of enthusiastic female bicyclists in New York ... Read More

Meow Metal Madness

BY Eileen Milman in General |

  Happy Hump Day BUSTies! Is the thought of it being the middle of the week getting you down? Are you like me and dreaming about the weekend? Does it feel like the heat-pocalypse where you are too???   Life is hard. I am lazy. Time goes by so slowly in the summer time. At least at the BUST offices we have air conditioning, and an adorable pink Hello Kitty microwave which really helps the mid-week, mid-day slump/slouch fest that's going on right ... Read More
  Thanks to milk, your testosterone fueled other half may never have to listen to you whine again. Praises be to everythingidoiswrong.org! Now men have somewhere to go when they need to verify their mistakes (hey guess what, you're always 100 percent wrong!), build an apology video (featuring every girl's favorite things--hearts, chocolate chip cookies and cats), and sensitize their vocabulary (get cracking boys, you're going to need to come up with more ... Read More
This Thursday BUST’s very own Crafty Lady, Callie Watts, returns to the kinky crafting table of the BUST in Babeland Customer Appreciation Party to help you make a DIY “sexy sleepover kit!” Check out Babeland blog’s recent interview with Callie here, where they chat about her crafting experiences, the similarities between sex and crafts, and the successful “safer sex leg-holsters” featured at last year’s Kinky Crafting ... Read More
 Calling all New Englanders: From the Back of the Room, a documentary chronicling female involvement in the diy punk community, is going on tour through your home state! ABOUT THE FLIM: “Many people have the impression that the Riot Grrrl movement in the mid-90s was the end-all, be-all of female involvement in DIY punk. This is definitely not the case! Plenty of amazing ladies prior to this era paved the way for it, and plenty of amazing ladies ... Read More