BY Intern Michelle in Movies on Aug 14, 2012 |
The year 2012 brought us many pop culture trends, but perhaps none quite as big as The Hunger Games. The francise inspired everything from cultural criticism to DIY hair tutorial videos. Oh, and it gave us Katniss Everdeen, one of our top 10 fearless female film archers (say that ten times fast). Seriously, the fact that we'll never able to hang out with Katniss (you know, because she's, uh, not real) sorta breaks our heart. Yes, it’s safe to say we’re ... Read More
BY Bridgette Miller in Crafty on Aug 14, 2012 |
Applications for the BUST Magazine Craftacular at World Maker Faire close tomorrow, so if you've been putting off filing your application, now is the time to act!
Applying is easy and cheap-- the application, available here, takes just a few minutes to complete, and the application fee is a mere $10. We're looking to accept more craft vendors than ever before for our third year at Maker Faire, and many of last year's vendors say that the Craftacular at Maker Faire ... Read More
BY debbie in Boob Tube on Aug 14, 2012 |
People, I've been having a rotten day. Maybe you have been, too. But I dare you -- I DARE YOU -- to watch this video and remain in a bad mood. It is a scientifically proven fact that if you watch a video where a dog swims with wild dolphins (yes! a dog! dolphins! water! swimming! interspecies cuteness!) you will not be able to maintain a bad mood. This fact was scientifically proven by me, just now.
Watch it and get ready to feel awesome. They should bottle this ... Read More
BY Intern Ariana in Feminizzle on Aug 14, 2012 |
This weekend is chock full of stuff to do in NYC (plus Philly, DC and Boston), thanks to the first-ever Permanent Wave Festival. There’s music, workshops and events to add a dash of feminist-fun to the weekend. According to the fest’s Facebook page, “the weekend-long festival is an opportunity for PWers around the country to meet, collaborate, and plan for the future.”
So what’s in store at PW Fest? Every day features an ... Read More
BY debbie in Feminizzle on Aug 14, 2012 |
Once upon a time, Helen Gurley Brown called herself a "non-militant feminist." She called herself that, she says, because, at the time, she was "so busy defending the idea that women should be adorable and adoring to men, I was so caught up in the idea that men were not the enemy and that we must defend and protect and love men...that I just wanted to sort of indicate, I guess, that I wasn’t mad at men." The truth is, barely anyone else ... Read More