BY debbie in Feminizzle on May 05, 2014 |
Back in the day, all men were referred to as Mr. (as in Mr. Burns), and women were either Mrs. (as in Mrs. Robinson) or Miss (Miss Hannigan), depending on whether they were married or not. Actually, if you were a Mrs., you were really supposed to be addressed with either your husband's full name (as in "Mrs. James Franco") or just his last name ("Mrs. Franco") rather than your actual full name (Mrs. Michelle Obama would have been a no-no). Miss ... Read More
BY debbie in Boob Tube on Apr 01, 2014 |
Add this to your WTF files for today: Media Watchdog group Feminists United for Gender Equity in the Media (FUGEM) is demanding that HBO and Lena Dunham change the name of their popular show about 20-something females from GIRLS to WOMEN. "I think it's shameful," group co-chair Amy Wassernam states in a recent press release concerning the action. "Our generation fought long and hard to convince society to stop calling full-grown women 'girls,' but this younger ... Read More
BY debbie in General on Nov 19, 2013 |
The December/January 2014 issue of BUST Magazine features Paramore's Hayley Williams, Rookie Mag's Tavi Gevinson, Great Gift Ideas (starting at under $5), How to throw a cookie party, amazing hot cocoa recipes, Patton Oswalt, Awkward Black Girl's Issa Rae, and a whole ton of stuff to guarantee you a cozy, sexy, cool holiday season.
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BY debbie in Style File on Nov 15, 2013 |
It's Freebie Friday, and BUST is teaming up with that adorable little shoppe on the corner, Good Manners, to give away this oh so sweet and lovely carry-all, the Carol bag, full big enough to fit all your essentials, including your laptop!
Good Manners was started by Jennifer and Andrew, a visual artist and a literary artist respectively, to fill the needs of well mannered women and men who maintain a classical sensibility and taste. Good Manners ... Read More
BY debbie in Feminizzle on Nov 13, 2013 |
First the good news: Lily Allen just released a new song that is most likely the most hard-hitting feminist anthem to come out since Helen Reddy's "I am woman, hear me roar."
Now the bad, bad, very bad news: In the video for the song, Lily is seen dancing, fully clothed, among a gaggle of very thin, very underdressed twerking women of color.
See, the video starts out pretty okay. Lily is on the operating table getting fat sucked out of her ... Read More