Astrological Advice For Ladies Looking To Get Laid: April/May 2017

By BUST Magazine  In Sex  On Mar 29, 2017

Photo via Instagram/Alphachanneling AriesMar. 21 to Apr. 19Venus goes direct on April 15 (the opposite of retrograde), while Mercury is in retrograde, meaning you could find yourself seeking solace in the arms of an old lover. Soon enough, you’ll flash those Aries horns and let your suitor know just who’s in charge. After May 10, Venus will make it rain with maximum pleasure at work and at play with your partners. TaurusApr. 20 to May 20It’s all about quality over quantity these days, so don’t let that swiping finger… Read more
image via CNN Hillary delivered her first major speech since the election at the Business Women of California Conference yesterday, March 28th. Here are 7 takeaways from the speech: 1. Hillary’s sardonic humor is a roadmap for dealing with these difficult times. While we are all still mourning the election and the dissolution of our hopes and dreams, Hillary has been dealing with the personal loss of losing the presidency to a thoroughly incompetent man. She opened her speech by telling the room of women: “ I am… Read more

Fashion Week Brooklyn Will Get You Ready for Craftacular

By Samantha Mercado  In Style  On Mar 29, 2017

Brooklyn fashion week is here and the looks are hotter than ever. Watching all the patterned dresses and printed pants fly down the runway will make any girl long for a unique ensemble of her own- not to fear because BUST has got you covered with the only event you can shop during Fashion Week Brooklyn. The BUST Craftacular Primped edition will be hosted on April 1st, 2017 at Brooklyn EXPO Center, located at 72 Noble St., Brooklyn, NY from 11am to 6pm. Need a ride to the event? Get a $10 LYFT credit on your first ride,… Read more

Here's How Victorian "Science" Explained Cat Ladies

By Mimi Matthews  In Living  On Mar 29, 2017

"Old maids and cats have long been proverbially associated together, and rightly or wrongly these creatures have been looked upon with a certain degree of suspicion and aversion by a large proportion of the human race." — Dundee Courier, 5 October 1880. Spinsters have long been associated with cats. This was especially true in the Victorian era when the stereotype of the old maid and her feline dependents was so pervasive that an 1880 edition of the Dundee Courier not only declared that “the old maid would not be… Read more

A Response To Steve King's 'Somebody Else's Babies' Tweet

By Isabel S. Dieppa  In Living  On Mar 29, 2017

The representative from Iowa, Steve King, has received a lot of criticism from both the Republican and Democratic party for his now-famous tweet alluding to Dutch Donald Trump wannabe Geert Wilders. In the tweet, he shows solidarity with Wilders' views on immigration and its perceived threat to Western society. “Wilders understands that culture and demographics are our destiny. We can't restore our civilization with somebody else's babies.” King claims he was not trying to be racist and said explain his ideas were not… Read more
Maxine Waters has once again proved she will not back down in the face of opposition — even if that face comes in the form of Bill O'Reilly and his sexist and racist mouth. On an episode of Fox and Friends, O’Reilly and other co-hosts played and watched a clip of Water’s delivering a speech on the House floor criticizing Trump and his supporters. After the clip played, the Fox and Friends hosts asked O’Reilly what he thought of her speech. O’Reilly had this to say: “I — I didn't hear a word she said, I was looking at… Read more

The Allah-Las Are Spreading Good Vibes On Tour

By Michael Levine  In Music  On Mar 29, 2017

All of this political insanity starting to get you down? Then check out the Allah-Las and lift your spirits. Hailing from Sunny California, the Allah-Las' sound combines British Invasion-style harmonies and pop hooks, trippy West Coast psychedelia, and American garage rock like the bands represented on Lenny Kaye’s classic compilation of ‘60s garage bands, Nuggets. At their recent NYC show at Webster Hall, the Allah-Las had the crowd on its feet grooving to songs like "Tell Me What’s On Your Mind," "Had It All," and… Read more
“You may not know me, but you sure as fuck won’t forget me,” alt-cabaret provocateur Bridget Everett announces from the stage at Joe’s Pub in New York. It’s a claim many up-and-coming talents make, but in the case of this bawdy, buxom, blond comic whirlwind, the statement is absolutely true. Everett has been scandalizing live audiences with energetic renditions of explicit songs like “What I Gotta Do?” [...to get that dick in my mouth], and “Put Your Dick Away,” for a decade. And now, thanks to a string of high-profile… Read more

The Outrage Against Childfree Women Is Real — And Needs To Stop

By Therese Shechter And Amy Blackstone  In Feminism  On Mar 29, 2017

When 26-year-old Rose* tells people she doesn’t want kids, she gets called “a selfish bitch, a child hater, unlovable, etc. I've also been told no man will ever love me.” A recent study by psychologist Leslie Ashburn-Nardo confirms what childfree people like Rose know all too well: that the decision not to have children inspires moral outrage in others. It’s already been established that people who choose not to reproduce are perceived as less warm, more selfish, and more pitiable than parents. This new study is the… Read more

7 Unexpected Colors To Put On Your Lips This Spring

By Miriam Mosher  In Living  On Mar 29, 2017

Spring is a time of change and renewal, so why not breath a little life into your staid winter lip routine? Here are 7 ideas for a show-stopping pout: 1. Try Color Blocking Think color blocking is just for clothes? Think again. Two-toned lips were all the rage at the Cushnie et Ochs' Spring 2017 show. Try pairing a cool red like Mac's Perfect Score with a hot pink such as Mac's erroneously named Relentlessly Red. image via Cushnie et Ochs 2.Go For Baby Blue By using a sweet pastel in an unexpected way it becomes edgy.… Read more

7 Unique Pieces of Jewelry To Treat Yourself

By Samantha Mercado  In Style  On Mar 29, 2017

Sometime’s its hard to buy things for yourself, especially if you’re used to saving up. But every once in a while it’s good to spend your hard earned cash on yourself! Treating yourself to a new pair of earrings or statement necklace is healthy and there’s absolutely nothing wrong with that. So why not come treat yourself to The BUST Craftacular PRIMPED edition, which will be hosted on April 1st, 2017 at Brooklyn EXPO Center, located at 72 Noble St., Brooklyn, NY from 11am to 6pm. Need a ride to the event? Get a $10… Read more
To celebrate the release of BUST's brand new April/May 2017 issue (on stands now!) we've released a special bonus episode of our Poptarts podcast in which managing editor Emily Rems reads one extra excellent feature story from the magazine. In "Great Expectations" by Marisa Crawford, the author examines 30 years of abortion on film, from Dirty Dancing to Grandma. To access the episode, just click on over the Poptarts page on iTunes. And while you're there, please rate and review the show. It really helps us get the… Read more
1: The Handmaid’s Tale on HuluThis Hulu original series based on the classic feminist dystopian novel by Margaret Atwood stars Elisabeth Moss as Offred, a woman forced into sexual slavery by a totalitarian government intent on repopulating their dying world. A potent reminder of what can happen when women’s rights are stripped away, Handmaid’s Tale promises to be a hit with the pussy hat crowd when it premieres April 26.---------------------------------------- 2: Joanie4Jackie.comA feminist video series launched by… Read more

5 Ways To Travel The World While Staying In Brooklyn

By Kristen Blush  In Living  On Mar 28, 2017

Photo courtesy of Jordyn Jacobs That's right! BUST Magazine is bringing camel rides to the Brooklyn EXPO Center Saturday, April 1st! Juuuuuuust Kidddiiinnnnggggg. While there won't be camels (we're pretty OK with that) there will be some incredible worldly-inspired offerings among our local favorites at BUST Craftacular PRIMPED Edition. You can pack light because these 5 vendors are bringing the world to you at BUST Craftacular PRIMPED: Jordyn Jacobs Jordyn Jacobs creates wearable art, accessories, and bags from… Read more

9 Quotes From Michelle Obama That We All Need To Live By

By Laura McMahon  In Books  On Mar 28, 2017

As International Women’s Month draws to a close, we are still missing our favorite First Lady, Michelle Obama. Here are 9 insightful quotes from the Queen herself to get us through life (or at least through the rest of the week), from Pocket Michelle Obama Wisdom: Wise and Inspirational Words from Michelle Obama.Instead of letting your hardships and failures discourage or exhaust you, let them inspire you. Let them make you even hungrier to succeed. I wan’t to be this really fly 80 - 90 year old.There are still so many… Read more
The Fearless Girl is here to stay, at least until the next International Women's Day. The statue, which is a bronze sculpture of a girl standing in a power pose, hands on hips, chest forward in a show of strength and defiance, was erected across from the charging bull, a piece of guerilla art that became a permanent fixture in the financial district. Its placement across from this animal which symbolizes the virulent culture of Wall Street made waves — beloved by many, derided by some and even defiled by others. State… Read more
For the latest in our series on women photographers, Lady Shooters, Tara Wray interviews Vancouver-based documentary and portrait photographer Jackie Dives. Jackie Dives is a documentary and portrait photographer living in Vancouver, B.C. She is drawn to photographing emotionally intense situations. Her work has tackled such diverse topics as abortion, menstruation, drug addiction, and polygamist cults. Working in digital and film, her current series includes a decade-long project, which aims to tell a personal story… Read more
Math Brain is the PSA of our dreams, and here’s why. A recent article by Silicon UK outlined the need for more women in technology. We are all aware of the lacking female participation in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics despite the emergence of incentives in recent years. Such incentives like Codelikeagirl and Women in Technology International help to facilitate ladies getting involved with STEM careers. A more comical contribution to this persisting struggle emerged recently in the shape… Read more

Enter To Win A Fucking Awesome Coloring Book!

By BUST Magazine  In Books  On Mar 28, 2017

A coloring book for people who say f*ck a lot: Fucking Awesome Coloring Book by Calligraphuck If you don’t have a sailor mouth, stop reading now. But if you do, say hello to the Fucking Awesome Coloring Book—a book that lets the world know you don’t give a shit about what anyone thinks. Featuring delightfully irreverent phrases, lovely calligraphy, and illustrated backgrounds, this coloring book invites adults to color their f*cking stress away. With a range of profanity from upbeat sweary affirmations to hilariously… Read more

9 Haunting Images Of "Anonymous Women"

By BUST Magazine  In Arts  On Mar 28, 2017

You've probably heard the phrase "For most of history, Anonymous was a woman," a paraphrase of a Virginia Woolf line from A Room Of One's Own. Artist Patty Caroll explores a similar idea in her series Anonymous Women. Now collected into a book of the same title published by Daylight Books, these haunting images explore the way women's lives have been defined by gender roles around femininity and domesticity. As Carroll writes: “Pay no attention to that man behind the curtain,” commanded the Wizard of Oz, a small,… Read more

Explore The Psychedelic, Feminist World Of Valfre: BUST Interview

By Rafaella Gunz  In Arts  On Mar 28, 2017

I’ve been following Valfre on Instagram for years, so it was really exciting to be able to speak with the illustrator behind adorable (and feminist) designs such as these: Born in Mexico, Ilse Valfre has lived in the U.S for five years. She began drawing her cartoon girls back in 2010, when fashion blogs were at their peak of popularity. Interested in fashion, she wanted to participate in the trend but didn’t want to just take photos of herself in clothes, like everyone else. So instead, she decided to create a… Read more
At eighteen-years-old, Captain Fantastic's Samantha Isler divides her time between "stereotypical teenage stuff" and representing intelligent young women on screen. In both Captain Fantastic and her new film, Dig Two Graves, Isler plays characters unconcerned with conventional beauty standards and social pressures. Instead, Isler represents girls facing the dark adult world with wit, determination, and bravery. I talked to her last week about what life has been like for her as a young woman in the industry, what her… Read more

7 Accessories Witchy Women Will Want In Their Wardrobes

By Miriam Mosher  In Style  On Mar 28, 2017

The BUST Craftacular PRIMPED edition is back Saturday, April 1st, 2017 at the Brooklyn Expo Center and packed with whimsical delights ranging from gemstones to kitsch to kink. Come solo or bring a coven of rad ladies to shop with! Here is a sneak peek of what to expect: 1. BeWitching Reversible Leather Necklace from Florence and Leah, $25 2. Sparkly Halter Bra Champagne & Black from Burluxe by Delilah Burlesque, $60 3. Witch Please Enamel Pin from Hissy Fit, $10 4. Amethyst Cluster Ring from From Chablee, $40 5. Gold… Read more

BUST's April/May Issue With Solange Is On Newsstands NOW

By BUST Magazine  In Entertainment  On Mar 28, 2017

Spring has sprung here at BUST and innovators are all over our new April/May issue, starting with our boundary-breaking cover goddess, Solange! (Take a sneak peek at the cover story here.) Inside, we’ve got a crash course in how our government works; a revealing peek inside the dangerous world of female social justice detectives; a celebration of feminist art icon Carolee Schneemann; an intriguing investigation of how abortion has been portrayed on film; and more. SUBSCRIBE NOW! Table of Contents Apr/May 2017 ON THE… Read more
In what could have been an effective lesson on empathy and accepting differences, first-grade classrooms in North Carolina have instead been barred from reading Jacob’s New Dress, a book about a little boy who wears a dress to school. The book was supposed to be taught as part of Child Abuse Prevention Month. Instead, the North Carolina Values Coalition, a conservative group, complained and began to organize a petition — then, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools pulled the book. The coalition released a statement claiming… Read more

A New Myth Shattering Documentary on Pocahontas Airs Tonight

By Miriam Mosher  In TV  On Mar 27, 2017

“Hers is a story we tell ourselves about America—a founding mother who still defines us.” Most American children grow up watching Disney’s Pocahontas and associate Pocahontas with the love story depicted between her and John Smith. This fictionalized story has captivated our collective imagination since the very founding of this country — her saving of John Smith is quite literally depicted in a frieze inside the dome of the Capitol Rotunda, the very heart of American democracy. But who was she really and why do we put… Read more
On Sunday, Fox News tweeted the below "news alert," notifying the general public that President Trump spent his weekend "working at the White House." Twitter/@FoxNews Apparently, it has now become national news when the president (allegedly) does his job. This alert, however, turned out to be incredibly false, as Trump was spotted spending the weekend at his golf course in Virginia. With Trump and other Republicans so quick to criticize Obama's golfing in the past, the irony has sparked a beautiful Twitter firestorm.… Read more

8 Natural Beauty Products To Show Off Your Glow

By Brianna Kirkham  In Living  On Mar 27, 2017

Give the gift of all-natural beautification to your pals, and treat yourself while you’re at it! These products are made with all-natural and/or vegan ingredients. Check these awesome vendors out at BUST’s Craftacular's PRIMPED Edition on Saturday, April, 1 at Brooklyn EXPO Center. Or if you can't make it, shop the creators’ websites or Etsy pages. 1. Supernova Multi-Dimensional Mascara from Lash Star Beauty 2. Neon Nacho from Floss Gloss 3. Eco-chic nail polish from D.I.D. Nail Paint 4. Ylang Ylang Body Butter from… Read more

4 Notes From A Muslim Feminist

By JooJoo Azad  In Feminism  On Mar 27, 2017

Is it possible to be a Muslim Feminist? How do these beliefs fit together? Well, as a Muslim Feminist,Let.Me.Tell.You. ~ TO: Those trying to liberate me from my headscarf. Those who place borders around their solidarity work. Those who are single-issue activists. Those who think Muslims can't be feminists. 1. You're probably referring to the fact that I cover my hair. (Which is apparently somehow oppressive now.) Not respecting MY CHOICE to dress as I wish is succumbing to the same patriarchal rhetoric that the… Read more
For many women, it is extremely frustrating how few affordable options there are for underpinnings in colors other than pinky beige. Enter Target’s New Nudes — a collection of bras, underwear, and tights in a range of skin tones, with more shades and products to come! “At Target, we know that women come in all shapes, sizes, and ethnicities and our assortment needs to reflect their outfitting needs,” said Michelle Wlazlo, senior vice president of apparel and accessories at Target. “As part of our continued commitment… Read more
Our favorite celeb couple tied the knot in a way on they could. Samira Wiley (Poussey Washington in Orange is the New Black) and Lauren Morelli (writer for Orange is the New Black) said their vows on March 25th in Palm Springs. The couple met while working together on Orange is the New Black and got engaged a year ago. Samira Wiley and Lauren Morelli's engagement photo. Via Instagram/whododatlikedat According to Martha Stewart Weddings, the couple had a “colorful, confetti themed celebration,” for their love of… Read more

12 Marilyn Minter Artworks that Will Change How You See Beauty

By BUST Magazine  In Arts  On Mar 27, 2017

Artist Marilyn Minter's work finds the line between gorgeous and unsettling — and stays there, making for a fascinating experience. In the first retrospective of her work, titled Marilyn Minter: Pretty/Dirty, the Brooklyn Museum shows over four decades' worth of Minter's work. Their description puts it best: Marilyn Minter’s sensual paintings, photographs, and videos vividly explore complex and contradictory emotions around beauty and the feminine body in American culture. She trains a critical eye on the power of… Read more

PSA: You Can Now Send Your Congresspeople Faxes Via Text

By Rafaella Gunz  In Feminism  On Mar 24, 2017

You can now text your senators and representatives any message you have for them! Started by a group of activists, Resistbot is “an experiment in daily civic engagement” that looks to “faithfully deliver the voice of the grassroots to Congress.” All you have to do is text “RESIST” to 504-09. The Bot will then ask for your name and zip code, and from there you can type any message you want to tell Congress. This is a great way for those who can’t physically call their congress people every day to still get their voices… Read more
In August of 1987 the International Conference on Latin American Women’s Literature was held in Santiago de Chile providing a generation of women writers and academics with a common language, capable of reading literary production across borders and censors, particularly those of the Chilean military dictatorship. Now, 30 years after, AFEST, a gathering of Latin American Authors in New York, arrives as an homage and reinterpretation of the Chilean’s conference and also as a cognition of a long tradition of feminist… Read more
Some people trade baseball cards, and others obsess over The Bachelor. There are people losing their shit over March Madness right now, and some who spend the rest of the year playing fantasy football. Then there are people who prefer a different kind of spectator sport — something more performative. And gay. RuPaul’s Drag Race has come a long way since its debut on Logo TV in 2009, now freshly into its ninth season the show moved to Friday nights and is airing on VH1 for the first time. Its growth speaks to the show’s… Read more

Learn the Facts About Plan B With This Helpful Video

By Samantha Mercado  In Feminism  On Mar 24, 2017

Ever hear someone refer to Plan B as “the abortion pill”? It’s frustrating with so much false information going around — especially when that information prevents people from using this really helpful pill. Lady Parts Justice League has once again put an end to the nonsense and giving us the straight facts about Plan B. Contrary to popular belief, Plan B is not an abortion pill but rather a birth control pill. LPJL explains in their hilarious video how the Plan B pill simply blocks a fertilized egg from implanting… Read more
It's been 63 days since Trump took office, the apocolypse began, and "the [American] people became the rulers of this nation again." For Trump's administration, yesterday was supposed to be a defining moment of progress. On the seventh anniversary of Obamacare's passage into law, Republicans prepared to take their first solid step towards its repeal and replacement with the AHCA. Instead, yesterday was an embarrassing demonstration of Republican legislators' failure to get their shit together, and Trump closed the day… Read more

The Handmaid's Tale Full Trailer was Released And It's Chilling

By Samantha Mercado  In TV  On Mar 24, 2017

As if there were anything that could make us more excited about Hulu’s new series The Handmaid’s Tale, the full trailer was just released and it is bone chillingly good. Based on Margaret Atwood’s dystopian novel, the series takes place in a future where women are subject to brutal oppression under a strict religious regime. The trailer consists of a series of flashbacks that give context as to how things got so bad. The main character Offred, played by Elizabeth Moss, explains how she was “asleep before” as scenes… Read more

Same-Sex Wedding Etiquette 101

By Laura Leigh Abby  In Living  On Mar 24, 2017

*Tear this page out and give it to an Aunt who doesn’t “get it,” or a friend whose boyfriend “doesn’t really know any lesbians.” Great news! Same-sex wedding etiquette differs very little from wedding etiquette in general.I’m not someone who is easily offended, especially by people who are enthusiastic and supportive.Example: “I am so excited to go to a lesbian wedding!”This phrase was something I heard many times while wedding planning. Rather than try to correct every offender, I focused instead on the positive side… Read more

Pussy Riot's Nadya On How To Resist Trump: BUST Interview

By BUST Magazine  In Feminism  On Mar 24, 2017

Five years ago, Nadya Tolokno and members of the punk band Pussy Riot were sent to prison for public acts of feminist activism. Today, she’s free and louder than ever. Here, she talks about rising up, getting rowdy, and pissing off repressive presidentsBy Erika W. SmithPhotos by Jeaneen Lund // Styling by Kime Buzelli // Makeup by Will Lemon Outfitted in colorful dresses, tights, and—most importantly—balaclavas that hid their faces, a group of fierce young women became activist icons overnight when they were arrested… Read more
Donald Trump’s latest target is a 17-year-old who created the website, KittenFeed.com. Originally called TrumpScratch.com, the site features kitten paws that you can move around to scratch images of the president’s face. Instead of running the country, Trump has decided his priority is sending cease-and-desist letters to high school girls for making funny websites. “I was going to just let this go, but I think it’s, pardon my French, fucking outrageous that the president of the United States has his team scouring the… Read more
Once again, Republican men are saying horrific things about rape. Yesterday, Oklahoma state representative George Faught shared his terrifying beliefs about women’s bodies, women's rights to control their own bodies, and the violence done against women's bodies. Faught is the author of a bill that would make it illegal in Oklahoma to pursue an abortion in the case of a genetic abnormality in the fetus. The proposed bill currently makes no exceptions for rape and incest. When asked by fellow state representative Cory… Read more
So, are you totes obsessed with Feud on FX? Yeah, us too. Watching Susan Sarandon embody Hollywood legend Bette Davis so masterfully makes us adore her even more. It also inspired us to revisit this rad cover story we did with her for our Oct/Nov 2005 issue. Enjoy this Flashback Friday reprint of that epic chat. Then plan a rampaging road trip with your bestie à la Thelma & Louise. Sue’s The Boss Super-smart, politically savvy, and strikingly sexy, Susan Sarandon is an icon of individuality in an industry fixated on… Read more

These Girls Are Missing In D.C. And No One Is Talking About It

By Olivia Loperfido  In Living  On Mar 23, 2017

As of today, over a dozen D.C. teenagers between the ages of 14 and 18 are missing. According to Crime Online, reports on the exact number of missing persons vary. The Huffington Post reports that since January 37 missing persons cases remain unsolved in the District; these cases involve both boys and girls, all of whom are black or Latinx. On March 14, the Washington Post reported that 10 teen girls, all black and Latinx, remain missing in the D.C. area. This week, NBC Washington published an interactive map which… Read more
These days, it seems as though there aren't enough curse words to accurately express your neverending frustration. That is why we at BUST searched high and low to bring you the seven best profane items and accessories (including one handmade ceramic "Fuck Trump" flask). You can find the below merchandise (and more) at the BUST Craftacular Primped on April 1st in Brooklyn. 1. Bad Bitch Earrings from Modern Girl Blitz 2. Give No Fucks Ribbon from Nasty Ribbons 3. Do Epic Shit Candle from The 125 Collection 4. Dear… Read more
Next week, Mike Pence will receive the “Working for Women” award from the Independent Women’s Forum, a conservative non-profit organization. The award is given to “an individual who values free markets, works to create a more dynamic and innovative work world, and celebrates the valuable contributions women make to society,” according to an IWF press release. So how, exactly, does this apply to Mike Pence? To state it simply, it doesn’t. Pence has an impressive track-record of actively working against the… Read more
“Wow, what a week for our poor president. He’s been bombing harder than Mike Huckabee at open mic night.” On Wednesday, Samantha Bee deservedly denounced President Trump’s recent budget proposal while also comparing it to the male genitalia. The "hard power budget" features federal cuts to the Environmental Protection Agency, non-defense spending at the State Department, Health and Human Services and the Department of Housing and Urban Development. The plan, however, does propose a $54 billion increase in defense… Read more
When she’s not playing hilarious businesswoman Brianna Hanson on Netflix’s Grace and Frankie, June Diane Raphael is focused on activism, creating art about outrageous, incredible women, and fostering an empowering community for women at her local JCC. Last week, I talked to Raphael about Brianna’s upcoming arc in Grace and Frankie, her new movie The Disaster Artist, and actions she’s taken as an intersectional feminist post-election. You play Grace’s daughter, Brianna, on Netflix’s Grace and Frankie. What draws you to… Read more

Becky G Plays First Gay Superhero In New Power Rangers Movie

By Laura McMahon  In Movies  On Mar 23, 2017

Another year, another superhero movie revamp — this time with a major difference. The new Power Rangers movie, opening this week, integrates the first LGBTQ leading character in a superhero blockbuster of its kind. The Yellow Ranger, Trini, played by Becky G, deals with “girlfriend problems” and is perceived to be questioning her sexual orientation throughout the Hollywood remake.Becky G says this should not be a big deal. The singer turned actress spoke to TMZ on Wednesday about all the fuss over her role at a… Read more

11 Adorable Puppy Gifs to Celebrate National Puppy Day

By Elissa Sanci  In Living  On Mar 23, 2017

Today is one of the greatest days of the year — National Puppy Day. Far superior to National Boyfriend Day, National Puppy Day celebrates the small, furry companions that would never betray, cheat on or leave us. In fact, I don't think it's a far stretch to argue that puppies are better than people. Puppies, pure and precious, are the universe's way to apologize for all the bad in the world. In our hearts, every day is National Puppy Day, but today is extra special. So, without further ado, here are eleven adorable… Read more




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