BY BUST Magazine in Feminizzle on Jun 04, 2013 |
Less than 10% of Wikipedia's editors are women.
Bishakha Datta serves on the board of the Wikimedia Foundation and spoke about this today in Israel. I occasionally contribute to Wikipedia so was curious to hear why it is so male dominated. The Foundation doesn't actually know, but it has conducted research and come up with possible explanations:
“Women lack a fundamental sense of self confidence when it comes to producing knowledge,” Datta explained. ... Read More
BY BUST Magazine in General on Jun 01, 2013 |
Marilyn in the white dress over the subway vent. Marilyn singing a breathless happy birthday to JFK. Marilyn in hot pink full-length gloves, proclaiming that diamonds are a girl’s best friend.
Theses images of Marilyn Monroe have become iconic in their own right, and depictions of her have been reprised time and again in media, from movies (My Week with Marilyn) to music (her own verse in Elton John’s “Candle in the Wind”) to television (Megan Hilty, ... Read More
BY BUST Magazine in General on May 29, 2013 |
This article originally appeared on Role/Reboot. Republished here with permission.
I got a call from the head nurse of the memory care unit telling me my mother was punched today.
I feel my stomach tighten. It’s the feeling you get when the person you love the most is hurt and you can do nothing; when you realize you are helpless and fall prey to the inevitability of a disease that takes no prisoners.
Alzheimer’s is a complicated beast, and even more ... Read More
BY BUST Magazine in Music Stuff on May 29, 2013 |
Bearing one of the cutest singer/songwriter names ever, England’s Little Boots stomps out her newest album, Nocturnes, with adorable results. Victoria Hesketh plays a bevy of instruments—most of them electric—and produces a positive, electropop care package containing a handful of gems, secured on all sides with fluffy, French vanilla filler. The emotional and whole-note driven “Motorway” opens Nocturnes, and is a great segue into the heart and ... Read More
BY BUST Magazine in General on May 28, 2013 |
An intimate look at a group of professionals creating something they felt proud of (as well as a survey of the changing landscape of American entertainment and culture in the early 1970s), this comprehensive history of The Mary Tyler Moore Show is as enjoyable as reruns of the classic show. Originally pitched as a show about a divorced career woman, and forcibly revised to feature a never-married protagonist, the show launched at a time when the one female ... Read More