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On Sunday evening, every single bar I passed on New York’s Second Avenue was packed with both women and men, screaming at the top of their lungs and cheering for the USA in their World Cup match against Portugal. According to CNN, similar scenes were scattered across Iran this past Saturday. Restaurants were packed with fans - both women and men - who were excitedly cheering on their country’s team in the nail-biting match against Argentina.   Yet every single woman there was breaking the law. In 1979,...
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“For the YSL woman, a tuxedo spells defiance… She’s more than a man’s equal, she’s his adversary.” “Yves Saint Laurent,” the latest film from Jalil Lespert, depicts the life and impact of the infamous namesake designer and that of his romantic and professional partner, Pierre Bergé, who narrates. The film works from the assumption that the audience knows a great deal about Saint Laurent, which leaves several unfortunate and significant lapses of context. We see him sketching dress designs as a young boy in his family’s home,...
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Sara Landas & Holli Rae spent a year driving across America in a repurposed school bus. They traveled 10,000 miles, crossed 30 state lines, and interviewed over 100 empowered women committed to creating change in the world around them.  They filmed the interviews and plan to release them in 2015 as a feature-length documentary called The Goddess Project, a chronicle of the amazing women they met on the journey. The film will tell a story of empowerment; it will be an intimate look at the...
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Let’s face it: we’re all a little stressed out. Or a lot stressed out. Take your pick. But no matter how you’re feeling, Aura Cacia wants you to feel better. Aura Cacia sells eco- and animal-friendly products designed to benefit your mind, body, and spirit. The company also works to give back, donating 1% of their organic product sales go to supporting the farmers and their communities. Their 1% Fund also recently founded a preschool in Madagascar.  Now, Aura Cacia is working to give back to...
Support Feminist Media! During these troubling political times, independent feminist media is more vital than ever. If our bold, uncensored reporting on women’s issues is important to you, please consider making a donation of $5, $25, $50, or whatever you can afford, to protect and sustain BUST.com. Thanks so much—we can’t spell BUST without U.
Rock goddess (and former BUST cover gal) Karen O is releasing her first ever solo album. Yes, feel free to freak out!!!! The upcoming release, entitled Crush Songs, will be released on September 9th through Julian Casablancas’ record label, Cult. In the meantime, the album can be preordered as a deluxe vinyl LP, complete with her lovely autograph.  Karen included a handwritten note (pictured above) with her press release, which reads, “When I was 27, I crushed a lot. I wasn’t sure I’d ever fall in love...
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