Kimya Dawson is the queen of all things cute and uplifting. Her songs are the perfect remedy for a shitty day, even when she's singing about familiar insecurities or broken hearts. That girl just can't turn her charm off!  Anyone looking for their daily dose of cuteness doesn't need to search for sloth videos or sleepy puppies. Instead, have a look at the latest Kimya Dawson video, "Solid Strong," directed by Clyde Peterson, Forrest Baum, and Kimya herself. ... Read More
Catholic colleges around the country are making it damn near impossible for students to stage the Vagina Monologues. Since 2003 Patrick J. Reilly, president of the group Cardinal Newman Society, has rallied thousands of CNS members to oppose the play on Catholic campuses using straight-up stalker tactics like hardcore e-mailing and letter writing. The CNS, a group dedicated to renewing Catholic traditions in Catholic colleges, sends letters urging alumni to ... Read More
VICE Magazine calls itself "The Definitive Guide to Enlightening Information." It didn’t surprise me, then, to hear that instead of covering the traditional corners of the fashion world (think Paris or London) VICE was devoting its Fashion Week coverage to the unseen fashion shows that normally don’t pop up on our global radar. The web series Fashion Week Internationale takes a look at the unconventional approaches to fashion in places like ... Read More
As everyone and their mom knows by now, the "Shit Girls Say" series started an internet revolution when a dude posing as a lady made a video of all the ridiculous and hilarious things girls (allegedly) say. Ever since the first episode went viral, there have been countless shiz-talking adaptations, with new videos popping up all over the place. Just when you thought the trend had finally been laid to rest, NBC decided to release their very own "Shit Liz Lemon ... Read More
As much as I love the surrealist movement for dragging my subconscious mind out of its deep slumber, I can't help but feel perturbed that it is an art movement commonly identified with men. Women were often represented in surrealist art as objects of beauty, but a good number of them stepped outside of the frame and made important creative contributions. To illustrate women's involvement in the surrealist movement, Ilene Susan Fort, Tere Arcq, and Terri Geis ... Read More
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