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Rejoice, for the newly-liberated nipple is being joined by other body bits! Instagram is finally making some progress on its stance about what constitutes “obscenity.” Like the Victorian institution it has time-and-again proven itself to be, the company recently took down an account for the Australian online mag Sticks and Stones when it posted a pubic hair-prominent pic:   This censorship perfectly aligns with society's fucked up standards of beauty. We’re supposed to be okay with photo after photo of hairless, nearly nude women on Instagram, but not with...
For a mere $250,000 (and a raccoon free environment) you can rent the historic Grey Gardens estate in the East Hamptons this coming summer. The mansion was restored to its original beauty by journalist, Sally Quinn and her husband, the late Washington Post editor, Ben Bradlee—the couple brought new life into the previously cat-infested and decaying 10-bedroom, 6.5 bathroom home. We all know the story of Big and Little Edie who, during the 1970’s, lived (whimsically) among the rotting conditions of Grey Gardens—the lack of clean,...
So many of our favorite shows in the last couple years have been released through Netflix (here's looking at you House of Cards and Orange is the New Black). But there's a new one on its way that we're literally squealing about  like happy newborn piglets. Tina Fey paired up with the distributing channel to make Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, a show about a doomsday cult survivor—played by BUST fave Ellie Kemper—who begins life completely anew in NYC after being rescued from an Indiana apocalypse bunker. The...
  Maybe you remember Cannibal Cop - maybe you don't. Just in case, we'd like to refresh your memory:  Last july, NYC cop Gilberto Valle had his conviction overturned. Conviction for whatyou ask? Wanting to eat women, and not in the sexy way we all appreciate. According to BBC, Valle spent 20 months in jail after his wife found documents that notated plans to murder her then turn her into an entree. There were also documents in existence that discussed kidnapping, killing, and eating other women. Valle...
    In 2007, then 18-year-old Carmen Guadalupe Vasquez was sentenced to 30 years in prison for murder in El Salvador after suffering from a miscarriage. The mother of one was rushed to the San Bartolo National Hospital, a public health clinic, the day she faced complications with her second pregnancy. The doctors almost immediately called the police and arrested her under suspicion of murder.   Though there was no indication that Vasquez intentionally terminated her pregnancy (all forms of abortion are illegal in El Salvador) she was interrogated...