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FINALLY, the snow piles are starting to shrink and spring is fast approaching. Time to put away your NorthFace coats and slip into something more comfortable. Springtime shopping has officially begun, so in order to help our lovely BUSTies we did a little searching for you all. Pick up these warm weather staples to keep your seasonal look fresh, fun and delightfully parka-free.  1) We love this adorable pink umbrella from Bella Umbrella. It's perfect for those rainy, warm days since it's both waterproof and offers UPF 50+ sun...
Are you sick of seeing hashtags like #thighgap and #fitspiration on your Instagram feed? It's time for a body positive takeover! Here are some of the best ladies to follow on Instagram in order to jump-start your self-assurance and remember that no matter your size, shape or skin tone, we’ve all got the goods to rock a pair of jorts. Check them out and bask in their killer street style, on point makeup and pro-pizza memes.    1)    @ladyfigure Thamarr Guerrier is the gorgeous gal behind the Musings of...
A new smartphone app called MediCapt created by the New York based non-profit organization Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) is being made accessible to doctors of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) officially in 2016.  The DRC has long been an area where the amount of rape victims are in shocking numbers.  In 2011, the American Journal of Public Health found that more than 400,000 Congolese women ages 15-49 had been raped between the years 2006 and 2007. That’s about 4 women raped every 5...
Dell Williams will forever be remembered as New York City’s number one resource to women’s sexual pleasure. The Manhattan born, Bronx raised woman offered other women the opportunity for sexual exploration in a time when orgasms and masturbation were considered ‘dirty’ and ‘taboo’ by opening her own sex shop called Eve’s Garden.  Williams was a former advertising executive, actress, and part of the Women’s Army Corps (WAC). During her time in the WAC she performed and produced her own daily radio show to entertain patients at...
During her first year living in New York City, Madonna was raped at knife point on the rooftop of a building. She first told this to Harper’s Bazaar back in Oct 2013; in a March 11th interview with radio show host Howard Stern, she explained why she didn’t report the attack at the time. Sadly, it's the same reason so many women keep their rapes to themselves. “You've already been violated. It's just not worth it. It's too much humiliation,” said Madonna. Even as the cultural...