BY Emma Claire Goodman in Eat Me on Jan 06, 2011 |
This is absolutely unbelievable.
Toddlers & Tiaras is a reality show from TLC follows the controversial world of child beauty pageants. It is currently in its fifth season. Regardless of your feelings on the subject, be it that you view the beauty contests to be great fun and take delight in the spectacle, or you feel that they exploit young girls to be fodder for pedophilia, I think we can agree that parts of last night’s episode were…truly ... Read More
BY Emma Claire Goodman in Artsy on Jan 06, 2011 |
“She was a Socialist, a Feminist, a movie critic, and a tell-it-like-it-is type of person. She learned English by going to theaters, which she loved. She wore a men's jacket, men's shoes and a large hat most of the time. She was constantly taking pictures, which she didn't show anyone.” (John Maloof, via http://vivianmaier.blogspot.com/)
It is the classic tale of the unknown talent.
Vivian Maier has been described as perhaps one of the best street ... Read More
BY debbie in Feminizzle on Jan 05, 2011 |
It happened slowly. Drugstores' stocks of ob tampons began slowly dwindling. You probably figured your drugstore sucked and never restocks their shelves with anything anyway, and that eventually your trusted, beloved ob tampon would reappear. But they haven't. As it's been reported on elsewhere, it's not just your drugstore that's out of them. In fact, ob tampons are now nowhere to be found.
Which is why they are now showing up on ebay, selling for $50 a ... Read More
Just when you thought hipsters could not live any more "alternative," they went and decided to have their own cruise. Bruise Cruise is the best way for music fans to get a delightful taste of the tropics even in the middle of winter, has announced Ian Svenonius as their host for the festivities this year!
February 25-28, party aboard the Carnival Imagination, all the way from Miami to the Bahamas! And if the accomplished master of ceremonies Svenonius is not enough ... Read More
BY Gabi in Artsy on Jan 05, 2011 |
I love calendars. One of the things I consider when choosing one is if there's space to write in it. I'm the type of person who uses their calendar as a planner, so when I look at my wall I have my schedule right there! Brooklyn artist, Caroline Pequita has a perfect calendar for this. She hand-drew all the images, and printed them herself on light paper that you can write on. The calendar is full of the adorable creatures she calls Womanimals and other ... Read More