BY Gwen Berumen in Style File on Jul 01, 2014 |
Holiday sales are my favorite part of capitalism. Really, the Independence Day of our great nation can’t be celebrated in a better way in my opinion.
As a thrifty nickel, I’ve been on the lookout for the places with the best sales on the July 4th weekend. Here are a couple of tips that have worked for me in past when searching for the best deals.1. Coupons are a girl's best friend
Retail Me Not has saved me a lot of money. Many stores ... Read More
BY Elle Brosh in Feminizzle on Jun 20, 2014 |
Once upon a time, beauty companies were telling women that their bodies weren't smooth enough, their faces clear enough, and their hair, shiny enough. However, after various body-positive movements in addition to all the feminist scholars critiquing the issue, companies have attempted to alter the explicit ways in which they enforce constant body surveillance. Now more recently, we are seeing women's beauty advertisements "praise" empowerment over body image. Take ... Read More
BY Katie Fustich in General on Dec 02, 2013 |
11 Betties (featured in our current issue!) will make you fall head over heels in love...with math. They're kitschy, quirky, sassy, and all those other adjectives that are normally reserved for description of a Wes Anderson movie.
Now, they've created a special how-to exclusively for BUST that will help you make sure you and your friends never "check out on the check" again. We've all been there--you order the salad and Donna orders the foie gras...but then ... Read More
Sallie Krawcheck by Dirk Eusterbrock
Sallie Krawcheck, 48, has had an exhilarating and rocky career as one of the most powerful people on Wall Street. In 2002, she was on top of the financial world: she was on the cover of Fortune, and the public hailed her as the “last honest analyst.” She reinvented Citigroup and became the organization's chief financial officer, only to be demoted and then let go in 2008.
When she left Citigroup, ... Read More
A new study released in the Journal of the American Medical Association has something shocking to tell us: women doctors are paid, on average, $56,019 less than male doctors. And that’s even more of a disparity than it was in 1980, over thirty years ago. Is the medical field getting even more discriminatory of the basis of sex? It would appear so.
Female pharmacists and those working in health insurance are catching up to men when it ... Read More
Yesterday, my fiance and I applied for our very first apartment. Hello, excitement, stress, and other emotions I don’t even think have words attached to them. The apartment is in a small college town where I went to school, a town we call “The Twilight Zone Town” because it is so idyllic and magical to us. Even though we don’t know if we will get the apartment, the place already feels like the home we’ve always wanted. ... Read More
BY Dre Grigoropol in General on Apr 26, 2013 |
The Federal Reserve announced this week that a redesigned hundred-dollar bill is scheduled for release in October. This new bill has added anti-counterfeiting features such as a 3D security ribbon and a disappearing and reappearing image of the Liberty Bell on an inkwell. I personally love the feather quill pen and ink well, since I write and draw. I think other creative types will like that, too. I'm looking forward to seeing the fresh new ... Read More
Whether it's a new pair of shoes beckoning you from across the store, or you're absolutely positive that dress will look just as good on you as it does on the model, I think most of us have had those moments where we have to consciously convince ourselves that we just. Don't. Need. It. If this feeling rings a bell, then we have a feeling you'll love illustrator Sarah Lazarovic's ingenious idea to "cope" with this superficially daunting task: rather than purchasing ... Read More
BY Intern Christina in Sexy on Jul 26, 2012 |
Olympians aren't just great at setting athletic records. This year, they'll all take home the gold. The gold magnum, that is. At the London 2012 Olympics, a record number of condoms will be distributed to the men and women of the Olympic village. That's fifteen condoms per person, courtesy of Durex. I actually feel like the Olympians might have more sex than that. They are, after all, the world's physical best, so they have to be doing something right in the ... Read More
On Tuesday, Senate Republicans blocked the Paycheck Fairness Act, a bill that would have ensured women be paid the same amount as their male counterparts. Despite the fact that this bill seems to make perfect sense to anyone with half a brain, the final vote was 52-47. The real mind-boggling cherry on top of this already non-sensical sundae is the fact that several female senators (who apparently don’t mind being paid less than their male ... Read More