BY Caelan in Feminizzle on Aug 26, 2014 |
In my opinion, the popular 6-second video loop app Vine is a cesspool of transphobia, slut-shaming, cheap laughs and allowed the little twerp Nash Grier to be not only “famous” but to publicly shame women’s bodies and spread homophobia to 9.3 million followers. #gross
HOWEVER, upon doing a little research, I found that there are a ton of super cool feminist babes creating 6-second vines that smush the patriarchy and create more of a safe ... Read More
BY Sonia Edwards in Style File on Aug 26, 2014 |
These days, there seems to be an increasing amount of technological advancements aimed at making safety stylish. From jewelry that can alert others to when you’re in danger, to bras that will give an electric shock to a would-be attacker, there has been no shortage of wearable, discreet safety measures for women.
Now entering the arena is the nail polish brand Undercover Colors. Developed by four male undergrads at North Carolina ... Read More
BY BUST Magazine in Music Stuff on Aug 26, 2014 |
Australian multi-instrumentalist Lara Meyerratken, AKA El May, has fashioned her own brand of romantic, gorgeous retro indie-pop that can speak to your broken heart while simultaneously making you want to get up and dance. “Thrills” is no exception. Jam-packed with infectious synth beats, bouncy percussion, and simple piano chords, the track has Meyerratken urging an introverted lover to let loose and have fun. El May’s voice is powerful, ... Read More
BY Caelan in Artsy on Aug 26, 2014 |
Attention New York City babes! “Black Moon,” is an exhibition coming to Manhattan and you all better prepare to have your minds blown.
“Black Moon” was created in November 2013 by five friends – four brilliant fine artists and one passionate gallerist, and the two days the group spent together in a Los Angeles studio exploring and celebrating art, music, friendship and everyone’s favorite time of year.
“Black Moon” ... Read More
BY Emily Robinson in General on Aug 26, 2014 |
In June, Hobby Lobby became the world’s most infamous craft store after the Supreme Court ruled that the company could deny employees' birth control based on religious objections. Of course, this landmark decision has open up a stream of terrible implications regarding birth control rights for other employees across America, potentially limiting access for those who cannot afford expensive, out-of-pocket prescriptions. This past weekend, the Obama ... Read More