Crate and Barrel has generously donated $100 on behalf of BUST to Rebuilding Together and their Disaster Relief Program for Hurricane Sandy. Rebuilding Together is a non-profit organization that helps low-income home owners with repairs and renovations across the United States. In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, this organization is using their Disaster Relief Program to help the families in need that were affected by the storm to reconstruct damaged and destroyed ... Read More
Nothing beats a dual-use gadget! Like a flat iron and curler in one. Pens with wacky attachments. The Swiss Army knife. But now, comes a vibrator and flash drive in ONE! Crave, a San Francisco based start up, designed this nifty tool originally to be charged on a computer to get rid of messy cords and dying batteries. But then people asked “Can we store stuff on it?” and so, the DUET was born.Fully charged, the Duet has a life span of four hours, ... Read More
Is the Disney Princess, that grumbled-over cultural staple, slowly but surely evolving into something more than a girl to be rescued? I think so. Snow White, Disney’s first princess, is now 75 years old and still as beautiful and vulnerable as she ever was. But what about the princesses that came afterward. Cinderella? Ariel? The latest, Merida? Are they just as dainty? Say what you want about how cookie-cutter the Disney princess look is; small-waisted, ... Read More
I've heard it said that "ask and you shall receive", but I guess in this case it's more like petition and you shall get heard. After starting a petition asking Hasbro to make their Easy-Bake Oven a more gender-neutral toy, McKenna Pope got her wish and more. If you haven’t heard of McKenna Pope, she's the 13-year-old girl from New Jersey who questioned Hasbro on why they don't make a gender-neutral Easy-Bake oven. It all started after her four-year-old ... Read More
The Ovarian Psycos are a womyn of color bike collective trying to raise money to open a community bike shop in Boyle Heights, LA. To get this bike shop rolling, co-founders Tracey and Alisha are planning a cross country bike ride on which to gather donations and spread the word about the Ovarian Psycos. To make this trip happen, the ladies need a cool $1,000. At present, they are a little over halfway to their goal. With this money, they'll be able to travel the ... Read More
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