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Drag Queen Pattaya   In Half-Drag, the renowned photographer Leland Bobbé aims to explore the personal and cultural implications of the tensions between “feminine” and “masculine” aesthetics. A diverse set of New York City drag queens serve as his subjects, but only one half of their form undergoes the transformation, leaving half of the sitter’s visage untouched by make-up, shaving, or hair pieces.   Drag ... Read More
You know the feeling. The one you get after spending massive amounts of money on thoughtless gifts you bought in a holiday shopping frenzy…oops. Try something a bit more meaningful this year, and donate to some lady loving causes. Here at BUST we are suckers for girl empowerment. So my present to feminists (and those wanting to impress them) is this collection of inspiring organizations benefiting women and girls.  Room to Read focuses on gender ... Read More
  Looking to embark on a beautifully dark science fiction journey with an amazing and brave female protagonist? We sure are! Luckily, we can get excited about the upcoming Divergent, the March 2014 film adapted from the beloved Veronica Roth novel. The film stars our remarkable and enchanting February/March BUST cover girl Shailene Woodley as Beatrice Prior, a unique young women thrust into the dark underbelly of her dystopian futuristic society. This ... Read More
  Between the Lines Productions, the company behind the “Twilight” parody film “TwiHarder,” is now suing Summit Entertainment and Lionsgate Entertainment because the companies sent repeated letters threatening legal action if Between the Lines did not cease distribution of the parody. Between the Lines now seeks payment for business disrupted and lost because of the cease-and-desist orders.    But the most intriguing part of ... Read More
Stella – Montecchio, Italy   For one of the most moving photo series of the year, titled Toy Stories, the photographer Gabriele Galimberti (spotted via Feature Shoot) traveled the world in search of children with the toys they loved. Moving from Texas to Haiti and everywhere in between, the artist spent time with his young subjects in hopes of discovering the differences and similarities between the way children of diverse backgrounds connect to ... Read More