BY debbie in General on Aug 30, 2013 |
For this Freebie Friday, BUST and saucy goods subscription company, Unbound are powering up to give away this quarter's Unbound Box.
Unbound is the result of three girls who wanted a better way to discover and enjoy erotic products. Seeking to inspire more than just better sex: Unbound aims to inspire adventure, a healthy view of sex and better communication in the bedroom (or wherever the boots are being knocked). Every 3 months Unbound delivers a curated box ... Read More
BY debbie in Feminizzle on Aug 14, 2013 |
Hey ladies! Some dude named Bryan Goldberg wants to ask you this:
"Isn’t it time for a women’s publication that puts world news and politics alongside beauty tips? What about a site that takes an introspective look at the celebrity world, while also having a lot of fun covering it? How about a site that offers career advice and book reviews, while also reporting on fashion trends and popular memes?"Oh hey, Bryan, let me go one further: ... Read More
BY debbie in Feminizzle on Jun 28, 2013 |
Recently, there’s been an all-out Twitter war between two of our favorite feminist women: Jezebel writer and comedian Lindy West, and BUST columnist and comedian Roseanne Barr.
The debate focuses on the subject of rape jokes—when it’s appropriate to tell them, and what the appropriate response to them should be.
The flames started after Lindy posted a story on Jezebel, called, “If Comedy Has No Lady Problem, Why Am I Getting ... Read More
BY debbie in General on Jun 26, 2013 |
If you ever worked among technology geeks (or have been one yourself), you may have come across the following acronym, often given with an exasperated sigh: RTFM. It stands for "Read the Fucking Manual," and it's what a lot of people don't do when they get a new TV/Stereo/Car/Computer/Vacuum. As a result, they rely on techy types/sons and daughters/strangers to answer every and all of their questions, such as "The vacuum bag is full. How do I get it out of ... Read More
BY debbie in Feminizzle on Jun 19, 2013 |
The girls of the 1920s who called themselves “flappers” weren’t just about bobbed hair and short skirts. Instead, they were more like female revolutionaries who changed the world for women—forever.
In 1922, Ellen Welles Page sat down and penned a letter for the weekly New York magazine Outlook. “If one judges by appearances,” she wrote, “I suppose I am a flapper. I am within the age limit. I wear bobbed hair, the ... Read More