BY Janelle in Feminizzle on Feb 04, 2011 |
Since 1996, both women and girls have been the target of humiliation and torture within the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and today marks the celebratory opening of a new opportunity and outlet for these victims in Bukavu, DRC. City of Joy, created by V-Day, The Fondation Panzi, and UNICEF, will be an opportunity for Congo to belong to the Congolese again, and will be operated and directed by Congolese women.
City of Joy is apart of an ongoing V-Day ... Read More
BY Katie Oldaker in MyBlog on Feb 04, 2011 |
While we here at BUST HQ in NYC didn't see much of the most recent chapter of the Snowpocalypse, the South got hit pretty hard. I would imagine this would be difficult for pet owners: how do their pets respond to the snow, assuming they've never seen it before? Enter this adorable dog, who braves the snow-caked porch to retrieve a beloved toy. Uh-dor-uh-able.
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BY Gabi in Artsy on Feb 04, 2011 |
Supercute!, the pint-size girl trio, (who are all in their early teens!) we featured in last summer’s music issue, are selling home-made valentines cookies to raise money to go on tour. The cookies are organic and hand-crafted with the names of classic rock songs, like Love Is a Battlefield, and topped off with buttercream frosting. Yummy and adorable! They can be picked up in the Williamsburg area, or you can get them delivered. As long as you order them ... Read More
BY Katie Oldaker in Feminizzle on Feb 04, 2011 |
According to an article in the Wall Street Journal's The Juggle blog this morning, the pay gap affects all kinds of ladies, including those who are highly skilled in saving lives. The Juggle reports that a new study published in the February issue of Health Affairs finds that newly-trained women doctors are paid way lower salaries--we're talking $17,000 lower--than their male counterparts.
Even more depressingly, the pay gap isn't getting any ... Read More
BY Emma Claire Goodman in Crafty on Feb 03, 2011 |
They look like the love children of antique dolls and woodland fairies.
They practically float instead of walk, with their wafting, floral print fabrics and gauzy layers, their vintage blouses and baby doll dresses, romantic lace paired with tights and/or a-line skirts, stiletto heels or ballet flats, and tiny trinkets.
While beloved and adopted by American and European girls as well, “Mori,” as every source will tell you, derives from the Japanese word ... Read More