The Paper Artist Collective was founded in 2015 with a mission — to bring together like-minded artists from all over the world who work in the medium of paper. What does that mean? I'm talking origami, paper sculpture, kirigami, paper illustration, 3D sculpture, quilling, ya dig? Starting tonight, sixteen artists will be presenting their diverse works in a pop-up exhibit at A-side B-side Gallery in Hackney Downs Studios in London. All the artists work with paper, but their interpretation of the medium is guaranteed to… Read more

Why I'm Glad My Mother Told Me I Was Ugly: BUST True Story

By Jazmine Aluma  In Living  On May 05, 2016

When I was a little girl, my mother told me I was ugly.Before you get the wrong idea, let me say for the record that my mom is amazing; she is compassionate, creative, silly, and I think she did a phenomenal job raising me and my sister. She was in no way abusive.She saw a little girl who was about to be handed her worth in the form of compliments. She knew the world would tell this little girl they loved her dress, her hair, and her shoes. So she did the only thing she could think to do — she did the opposite in hopes… Read more
As many women do, I spent my teenage and adult life feeling self-conscious about my body, and I hated every inch of it. Shopping for clothes depressed me, and looking in the mirror was something I avoided.But in 2013, I discovered bullet bras, girdles, corsets and seamed stockings. I entered the world of pinup and vintage fashion where the female form is embraced, no matter what size or shape you are.In January 2014, I had learned enough about retro underwear that I decided to create a blog. It was something completely… Read more

Why More Single Women Are Adopting Children Than Ever Before

By BUST Magazine  In Living  On May 05, 2016

For single women wanting children, adoption in the United States is becoming a popular option. Here, single mothers share their stories of love, frustration, and going it aloneEver since she was a little girl, Suzanne Lyons knew she wanted to be a mother. She had planned on getting married and having her own children, but her career as a media relations pro for a large New York City PR firm took her life in a different direction. Lyons had single friends who had adopted internationally and domestically, or had gotten… Read more

How I Stopped Blaming Myself For My Sexual Assault: BUST True Story

By Amy Virginia Buchanan  In Feminism  On May 05, 2016

Let’s begin by saying that I was not raped. Some might say that I got off lucky. That I should be grateful that it did not go any further than it did. Which is precisely why I kept it to myself for so long.The words offered to women to describe the things that happen to us are limited. There is a vast world of possibility between “someone grabbed my butt on the subway” and “I was raped.”These are my words. Ahmet, my middle aged adult male landlord, who served as one half of our landlord duo (number two was a woman,… Read more
Feast your eyes on these playful, funny, and charming felines from Kitty Bungalow Charm School for Wayward Cats. The charm school began when "Headmistress Simons" moved into a 100-year-old craftsman home in Southern Los Angeles and discovered several stray feral cats living in her shed. Simons quickly found that cats can have a lot of babies and just adopting them out would not fix the problem. After hearing about TNR, which stands for trap, neuter, release, Simons got her colony fixed and began helping other colonies… Read more
I always knew I had depression and anxiety. So when the medical field got heat for overdiagnosing them, I insulated myself from any skepticism that my mental illness was just a cool way for big pharma and doctors to make money. I knew I wasn't a part of that trend.More than a decade since those diagnoses, I found myself going through the same process all over again as a woman diagnosed with ADHD as an adult. It's as real to me as my depression and anxiety, but I again faced skepticism. Or at the very least, the… Read more

How One Model Is Aging In The Fashion Industry: BUST Interview

By Ludmila Leiva  In Style  On May 04, 2016

It is Sunday morning and sunlight leaks through the windows of a Brooklyn café. The brunch rush hasn’t started and, other than the whispery din of dishes, there is only music. Barefaced, Ania Spiering sits across from me at a small table. Her hazel eyes are kind but confident. Thinking back on her modeling career, she pauses to sip her coffee from a black mug. “I may not be that young girl anymore,” she says. “But what’s the use in trying to preserve something that’s no longer you?”There is no doubt: Aging is not easy,… Read more

10 Images That Take The Female Nude Back From The Male Gaze

By Olivia Harrison  In Arts  On May 04, 2016

As any feminist knows, the male gaze has a strong hold on the world of media, advertising, even art. Twenty female artists are using their images to explore the male gaze's opposite and much less frequently considered angle, the female gaze. "In The Raw: The Female Gaze on the Nude," now showing at Untitled Space in New York City, "creates a cultural discourse of women on women, a female intervention, so to speak, on patriarchal culture." Specifically, the group show explores the female perspective on the nude female… Read more
I used to watch a lot of VH1 when I was a kid. If it was Pop Up Video, the music videos would play and have fun facts about the song and artist pop up on the screen. If it wasn't, there'd just be the artist, standing on a mountain and singing, or in front of a green screen in space, or on stage, writhing on the floor and electrifying the audience, like Prince so often did. I remember when I first saw Prince’s "When Doves Cry" video. It was the first song I heard that had a chorus that spoke directly on the affects of… Read more

Meghann Wright Rocks Out On New Song ‘River’: BUST Premiere

By Erika W. Smith  In Music  On May 04, 2016

Brooklyn-based blues rocker Meghann Wright is back with a stunning music video for her song “River,” premiering exclusively on today. The haunting video cuts between Meghann singing in a graveyard and a spooky, bloody exorcism. “Don’t go down to the river, baby,” Meghann sings. “‘Cause ain’t nobody waiting for you there.”“River” is part of a series of music videos that Meghann curated to accompany her debut full-length album, Nothin’ Left To Lose, which was released June 2015 on BlackTop Records. Meghann has… Read more
Everything old is new again! Models Colleen Heidemann (who you may recognize from Advanced Style) and Anastasia Willow Sanchez rock '60s and '70s-inspired looks in our April/May issue of BUST in A Fashionable Fantasy Visit To Grandma's House. With photography by Jeaneen Lund, styling by Kime Buzzelli, makeup by Dina Gregg and hair by Amber Duarte, it's one of our favorite fashion editorials yet. --- Photos by Jeaneen Lund Styled by Kime Buzzelli Makeup by Dina Gregg Hair by Amber Duarte Models: Colleen Heidemann and… Read more

Everything Old Is New Again With Repurposed Accessories

By Courtney Bissonette  In Living  On May 03, 2016

In the words of Peter Allen, "Everything old is new again!" Reclaim is the name, and upcycling is the game. As we all know, upcycling not only looks great, but helps create less garbage, thus minimizing environmental impact significantly more than recycling alone. And let's be honest, it just looks cool. We've put together a list of the coolest repurposed products that will help revamp — not cramp — your ethical ambiance. You can find online or in person at BUST's upcoming Spring Craftacular in LA on Saturday, May 7th.… Read more

HINDS' Rock And Roll Travel Guide To Madrid, Spain

By BUST Magazine  In Living  On May 03, 2016

The girls in Hinds take us on a tour of their rock ’n’ roll hometown “Madrid is a huge rock ’n’ roll city—it’s so hip, it’s so free, it’s so open minded,” says Carlotta Cosials, singer and guitarist of the garage band Hinds. “It’s cool, but the city itself doesn’t know it, which is even cooler.” In addition to breathtaking architecture and an incredibly rich history, Spain’s capital, smack dab in the middle of the country, is also full of hidden gems, from the most delicious vegetarian restaurant to the best vintage… Read more

These Stunning Vintage Photos Have Been Given New Life

By Maggie Stamets  In Arts  On May 03, 2016

Susana Blasco creates haunting art drawn from vintage photos overlaid with contrasting, colorful images, creating a startling and beautiful juxtaposition of not only old and new but in some also color and black and white. Blasco is an artist and graphic designer based in Spain, where she creates the visual contradictions and reimagined photographs. This particular collection uses bold colors and a great deal of negative space to draw attention to the more subtle vintage pictures. Images via Susana Blasco/ Instagram… Read more
You probably know Diane Guerrero as Orange Is The New Black’s Maritza, the Latina inmate who loves pizza, is best friends with Flaca, and always has an impeccable cat eye. Or you might know her as Jane the Virgin’s Lina, Jane’s party girl bestie and coworker. Offscreen, Diane has become an advocate for immigrant rights after going viral with an LA Times op-ed and CNN interview last year. You might have seen the video: In it, Diane tearfully tells the story of her parents’ deportation to Colombia when she was just 14,… Read more
I had almost forgotten that “bitch” is an actual term in the elite, show-dog world until I heard it being used properly and without malice at the Pennsylvania Hotel the night before Westminster.Like we do every year, my neighbor and I had gone to creep on the very expensive, pampered dogs. We were hanging out in the “poop room” - the large space in the hotel’s basement where handlers can take their dogs to relieve themselves without touching their paws to New York City concrete - when I saw a mini pinscher wearing what… Read more

Attention: There Is Now A Misty Copeland Barbie

By Meghan Sara  In Entertainment  On May 03, 2016

“I was playing with Barbies until I was thirteen!” Misty Copeland beams as she twirls her way through the YouTube video, uploaded yesterday, announcing a new Barbie doll in her likeness, designed by Linda Kyaw. The boundary-busting ballerina gives advice for facing your fears (“Just do it!”), not setting limits on your dreams, pursuing your passions, and working hard for your success. Says the Barbie website: “As the first African American female Principal Dancer with the prestigious American Ballet Theatre, Misty… Read more
“I Think If She Were a Man, She Would Have Been President” Renée Elise Goldsberry already had a jam-packed resume when she auditioned for the musical Hamilton. The triple-threat actress listed several Broadway roles, as well as numerous hit TV shows including Ally McBeal, One Life to Live and The Good Wife, among her credits. But when joining Hamilton, the juggernaut musical that has taken Broadway by storm, Goldsberry can no include another addition in her skills set: rapping.Goldsberry auditioned for the role of… Read more

'Echo Park' Is A Refreshing Take On Romance: BUST Review

By Courtney Bissonette  In Movies  On May 03, 2016

In the film Echo Park (out now), Sophie flees her bourgeois lifestyle and moves to LA's Echo Park, where she meets Alex, an expat moving back to London, while buying his couch. Alex shows Sophie around the neighborhood, where he is well-liked and has made even a pocket of L.A. seem like a small town community. Because Alex is leaving L.A. shortly, the two invest in a low-risk relationship with a pre-set expiration date. As the date gets closer, the consequences of the emotional predicament they find themselves in… Read more
Jillian Keenan wants us to talk, and she wants to put the conversation in motion with her memoir, Sex With Shakespeare: Here’s Much to Do with Pain, But More with Love. In 2012, by way of a New York Times Modern Love essay, Keenan, a journalist, outed herself as a spanking fetishist. It took her years to come to terms with this innate part of her sexuality and she did it with the help of the Bard. Here, Keenan spoke with us about her journey, her fetish, and why she sees Sex with Shakespeare as a book about human… Read more

Get Your Flair On With These Patches, Pins and Pendants

By Olivia Harrison  In Style  On May 02, 2016

Let's face it, no outfit is complete without some fun and funky flair. We've put together a list of patches, pins and pendants that will help you express yourself. These pieces range from funny to fabulous, sentimental to sassy. We've got it all. Each piece is produced by a special make who you can find online or in person at BUST's upcoming Spring Craftacular in LA on Saturday, May 7th. Enjoy The Ride Patch, $10.00 Remind yourself to sit back, relax, and enjoy the ride with this rad patch from MNKR Brand Los Angeles.… Read more
Frontwoman Emily Nokes of our favorite modern riot grrrl band, Tacocat, chats about the evolution of feminist influences on new album, Lost Time.Is there a person on Earth who wouldn’t have endless love for a band named Tacocat? From their gloriously rainbow-haired frontwoman Emily Nokes, to the catchy '60s styled punk pop tracks and fun and fancy-free music videos, it’s refreshing to see such a twee aesthetic for a feminist band, especially when it’s paired with a smart, sassy attitude.Although they take more than… Read more

10 Ways To Live Large In Small Spaces

By BUST Magazine  In Living  On May 02, 2016

If you think about it, people who live in small spaces are pretty lucky. No, really.Unlimited space is boring. You can just put all of your stuff in there and call it aday. Where’s the fun in that? Restrictions, be they on physical space, budget, orwhat your landlord says you can do in terms of alterations, are what lead to the creative solutions that will make your home unique. Those weird nooks and crannies, those impractically placed light switches and power outlets, and that oddly-shaped closet are all just waiting… Read more
I met Sara Landeau, lead guitarist of The Julie Ruin, for tea at Koneko, America’s first cat café. I’d like to say that I thought of it because a Japanese cattery set in New York’s East Village perfectly encapsulates The Julie Ruin, which, drowning out the noisy din of punk nostalgia, has emerged as something completely new, vibrant, and irresistibly playful. But no. Sara suggested the spot, and knowing her for year as I have, it seemed to fit naturally with our shared cat-obsession. “This is my dream place,” Sara says… Read more
I’ve been a professional party and event photographer in New York for the better part of 10 years, and the thing I hear most is, “OHMYGOSH, I’m soooo unphotogenic.” Let’s get this straight, people. You’re all a bunch of babes, you just haven’t met a photographer who is willing to show you how to take a better picture. Here are four simple rules that will make you love the lens. Sit up straight. When taking a group picture, do not lean toward each other in a huddle. Your arms will look disproportionate and you will all… Read more
Amy Schumer says she will no longer take pictures with fans thanks to one South Carolina man. This Saturday, the Comedy Central star posted a photo of a man on Instagram explaining the incident that brought on this new no-fan selfie policy.She wrote, “This guy in front of his family just ran up next to me scared the shit out of me. Put a camera in my face. I asked him to stop and he said ‘no it's America and we paid for you’ this was in front of his daughter. I was saying stop and no. Great message to your kid. Yes… Read more

These Intricate Eyelid Paintings Are So Stunning

By Danniah Daher  In Style  On May 02, 2016

Georgina Ryland is an award-winning makeup artist from Brisbane, Australia. She specializes in prosthetic and film makeup, but she also paints fantastic eyelid masterpieces. She told BoredPanda, “With teeny tiny brushes in hand and an array of paints, eyeshadows and liquid lipsticks, I hand paint everything on my own eye in a mirror; and yes, I can paint the other eye!” Check out her amazing creations below: Little kittens peeping over eyelashes? Sign me up. Because, cupcakes. Pumpkin spice and everything nice. This… Read more
“You know, I think I figured out your problem. You don’t hear it when men talk to you around campus. It looks like you’re ignoring them. They must assume you’re a huge bitch.” I don’t remember which classmate said this between sips of coffee, but I will never forget how it sent me reeling. Though my college days are now behind me, this reminder of how my hearing loss intersects with my role as a woman is never far from my mind. Every one of us has multiple parts of our identity. Two components of mine are my hearing… Read more
On May 7th, Rock+Pillar Trading Co. will debut their Spring 2016 collection of hand-crafted bags and shoes to the BUST Craftacular Spring! in Los Angeles! Get your tickets for the BUST Craftacular in L.A. and come meet them in person and see their 2016 collection of handbags, shoes, backpacks and accessories! Rock+Pillar is an ethically sourced line of handmade goods from Peru. The style and originality of the company is the result of the close personal relationships forged between the talented local artisans and the… Read more

True Tales From A Stock Photo Model

By BUST Magazine  In Entertainment  On Apr 29, 2016

The year was 2008 and I was making a living running casting sessions for TV commercials. A typical day involved actors, models, or other pretty people walking into the room and doing whatever I told them to do. If I was casting a beer commercial, it might be “You’re mingling at a cool rooftop party and you’ve just spotted a hottie.” If it was a spot for a department store’s fashions, I might say “You’ve got a secret” or “Dance!” The job was like playing Simon Says all day and I was always Simon. I was great at it. One… Read more

India's Rape Epidemic — And What Is Being Done About It

By Meghan Sara  In Feminism  On Apr 29, 2016

India has a serious problem with rape.The most harrowing example of rape/homicide in recent memory has to be the case of Jyoti Singh, a physiotherapy student who was brutally raped and murdered on a bus in 2012. The horrific nature of her attack — and the fact that she lived in agony for days after being gang raped, partially eviscerated with a metal rod, then thrown by the side of the road and left for dead — drew international attention to the growing problem of violence against women in India. Worldwide protests… Read more

The Secret Lives Of Female Furries

By BUST Magazine  In Living  On Apr 29, 2016

“Furries”—a community of folks famous for their full-body animal costumes—are overwhelmingly white and male. We talked to ladies in the scene to find out what life’s really like behind the mask.Her eyes are huge, and their bright green color pops against her scarlet hair. But the most striking things about her are her ears, mainly because they’re pointy and the size of pizza slices. As we talk, she gesticulates with giant fuzzy paws. No, I haven’t just swallowed a tab of LSD—I’m talking with a “furry,” one of the many… Read more
The New York Times reports that Kesha and Zedd have released their new collaboration "True Colors," with the permission of Kesha's producer, Dr. Luke. The song comes amidst the continued legal battle between Kesha and Dr. Luke—Kesha sued her producer back in October 2014, accusing him of sexual and emotional abuse. It's Kesha's first new song since 2013. Zedd clarified on Twitter that the song was issued with the permission of Dr. Luke's label—Kemosabe and RCA—another Sony subsidary. "We didn't use any loopholes," he… Read more
Thirty years after her death, iconic painter Georgia O'Keeffe is still making headlines for her apparently inadvertently controversial art. This week, a Michigan teacher was fired for using the word “vagina” during a classroom discussion of the artist's work. O'Keeffe’s stunning close-up painting of flowers have for years been interpreted as depictions of female genitalia. The artist consistently denied the validity of these interpretations. 1970s feminists celebrated O'Keeffe as the originator of "female iconography,”… Read more
I slept on a severely busted IKEA mattress with springs popping up everywhere and a caved-in middle for years because that’s how much I HATE mattress shopping. It’s so awkward lying on all the beds while a salesperson creepily hovers. And in most mattress stores, sticker shock frequently had me heading for the door before I even test-drove a single pillow-top. So when a rep from Sealy asked me if I’d like to try out their new Cocoon mattress, a memory foam “Bed-in-a-Box” that ships right to your door, it was like a… Read more
Marjane Satrapi is a graphic novelist and filmmaker and uses both of these mediums to tell the story of her homeland, Iran.Satrapi was born in Rasht, Iran, a city on the Caspian Sea, in 1969. According to Wikipedia, her parents were highly educated members of “an urbanized stratum of Iranian society.” They were politically active and supported Marxist causes against the monarchy of the last Shah. She’s related to the Qajar Dynasty through her maternal grandmother.The Qajar Dynasty was the Persian royal family from 1785… Read more

I Founded My Own Company Selling Luxury Lube: BUST True Story

By Tanya Gallagher  In Sex  On Apr 28, 2016

When I meet people for the first time and they ask me what I do, my first reaction is to smile. It always lands halfway between a snort and a laugh, and with my face bright I say, “I own my own business.” Inevitably, the questioning proceeds:“Oh, what kind of business?”“I sell products online.”“Oh, what kind of products?”At this point the smile comes back again. “It’s a little out there,” I say.“What?”“I have my own brand of personal lubricants.” And then I can’t help but laugh for real.Sometimes my job sounds… Read more
On April 15th, three of the youngest participants in the Tribeca Film Festival debuted their short film, Girl Band. 23 year-olds Cailin Lowry, Olivia Mitchell and Kerry Furrh, recent grads of the University of Southern California, wrote, directed, produced, edited and wrote music for a film about career-driven female friendships, in the hopes of turning it into a TV series. While Lowry, Mitchell, and Furrh are clearly very driven in their respective fields, I expected Girl Band was somewhat experimental based solely on… Read more

34 Vintage Ads That Prove The Good Old Days Weren't So Good

By Meghan Sara  In Living  On Apr 28, 2016

As Billy Joel once sang, "The good old days weren't always good." If you think advertising is sexist bullshit NOW, oh boy, you're gonna want to sit down for this one. Get ready to take a trip back, way back, to a time when newspapers and magazines ran ads like these without a second thought to sexism. Enough talk, let's dive right in: Oh, sweetie, did you think the "cankles" obsession was a recent phenomenon? I mean, it may be against the customs of public decency for a man to see your ankles, but BY GUM, if he's going… Read more

What Makes Mean Girls Mean?

By BUST Magazine  In Feminism  On Apr 28, 2016

What makes mean girls mean? It's a question that has intrigued feminists, parents, and Hollywood for decades, but what do scientists have to say about this seemingly inevitable social phenomenon? The latest theories may blow your mind. One of my favorite books as a child was The Against Taffy Sinclair Club. It was a YA novel about a group of fifth-grade girls who form a club devoted to dissing their classmate Taffy. What was so wrong with Taffy? Well for starters, she made the egregious mistake of growing boobs. I… Read more

The 10 Greatest Songs About Literary Heroines

By Tricia Lowther  In Music  On Apr 28, 2016

It’s easy to understand why powerful women and girls in literature have often proved to be inspirational characters for songwriters. Authors have already created compelling characters and storylines for lyrics, so the addition of a decent tune should equal a hit. Check out these ten top tunes, all sparked by fictional females: Charlotte SometimesPenny Farmer’s haunting children’s book Charlotte Sometimes (1969) is the inspiration for this single by The Cure from 1981. It’s the story of schoolgirl, Charlotte, who… Read more
The iconic Sonic Youth frontwoman can do it all, and if her new memoir, Girl in a Band, is any indication, she already has. Here, the indie rock pioneer, style idol, and art star takes us on a visual journey of her life, from her surfer girl days to her latest incarnation in the music/art duo Body/Head. When I was 10, we lived in Hawaii. This house had a lanai (patio) with a screened wing enclosing the side where my bedroom was. The tropical scents were always intoxicating, and fed my preadolescent fantasies. My… Read more

These Striking Images Capture These Loneliness And Joy Of Childhood

By Courtney Bissonette  In Arts  On Apr 28, 2016

New Zealand-born artist Niki Boon started her photography project as a way to document her children's alternative childhood and education growing up in the rural environment of Marlborough, New Zealand without television or social media. The mother of four believes it's "a lifestyle that may seem unconventional to some, but I am here to celebrate the magical place I choose to live with my family."Niki captures the freedom of childhood as well as well as life without social contructs that affect the way we grow up and… Read more
Filthy, feminist, and fabulous—Brooke Candy is a pop star for a new ear. Here, she models some freaky fall fashions, and delivers some real talk. A former stripper and the daughter of Hustler’s one-time CFO, 25-year-old rapper Brooke Candy first caught our eye when she appeared in Grimes’ 2012 video for the song “Genesis” and pretty much stole the show. With her insanely long pink braids, metal body suits, and stacked raver-style sneakers, it was impossible to keep your eyes off her. Later in 2012, Candy released her… Read more
In South Korea, a coalition of LGBT activists are trying to start a wave against conversion therapy — a wave that’s barely visible for now.South Korea brands itself as a democratic nation, a polar opposite from its northern neighbor, and boasts one of the biggest economies in the world. But it's still largely homophobic.Edhi Park, a transgender activist for LGBT rights, knows this from experience. She was raised in a Christian family who taught her that gender aberrations like homosexuality were an illness. She… Read more

9 Children's Magazines You Will Definitely Remember

By Meghan Sara  In Living  On Apr 27, 2016

We are all very excited about Kazoo, the new magazine for girls which just exceeded its funding goal on Kickstarter. We love the idea of a new magazine for girls encouraging them to be "smart, strong, fierce, and, above all, true to themselves." Before we were old enough for Seventeen and Sassy, we learned to be confident and inquisitive thanks to these magazines! Put on your protective eyewear, you're about to get a "blast from the past!" 1. Girls' Life Since 1994, Girls' Life has been teaching us how to cope with… Read more
Happy Coretta Scott King’s birthday! The activist and Civil Rights leader was born on April 27, 1927 and died in 2006. Although many people know Coretta mainly as Martin Luther King Jr.’s wife, in reality, she was so much more. Besides being a Civil Rights leader in her own right, she was also active in the feminist, LGBT and anti-apartheid movements and was a lifelong advocate for human rights. Here are 7 things you didn’t know about Coretta: 1. Her Civil Rights activism went far beyond her role as Martin Luther King… Read more

12 Haunting Images Of An Abandoned Oz

By Olivia Harrison  In Arts  On Apr 27, 2016

When I was a kid, I loved The Wizard of Oz. Despite the fact that I found the flying monkeys and the Wicked Witch of the West utterly horrifying, I watched the movie over and over every chance I got. It was my first experience with loving the feeling of being scared, which now manifests itself in my love of the horror genre. It felt exhilarating to watch something with the underlying tone of terror, which came from Dorothy's feeling of being lost and alone. The set itself reflected the hopeless fear of her journey.… Read more

How To Undress In Front Of Your Husband

By Myra Pearson  In Sex  On Apr 27, 2016

An “educational” film from 1937, “How to Undress in Front of Your Husband” begins with a warning to women that men could be watching us at any time. The male gaze — er, I mean, candid cameraman — snoops on two women while they are undressing alone in their bedroom, as the narrator explains:“In the old days the boudoir was considered a sanctuary where a lady could retire, if she wished to, in privacy. But in this age of snooping reporters and candid cameramen, nothing is sacred.” That’s right, ladies! The male gaze… Read more