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  Live Through This, a portrait series by Brooklyn-based photographer Dese'Rae L. Stage, takes a unique approach to suicide prevention: it puts a face and name to the survivors.  Stage, who is a survivor of nine years of self-injury and suicide attempt, wanted to shed some light on a highly taboo but prominent issue. According to the project's website, suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the US and a suicide is attempted every 40 to 60 seconds. In the past, survivors have remained anonymous...
In 1997, Michelle Tea and Sini Anderson founded "Sister Spit," an all-girls weekly, free open mic night. They decided to take their act on the road, evolving into a traveling event that showcases both new and established writers and creates a platform for underground voices of feminists and the queer community.  After editing an anthology of young, queer writers in 2007, Tea revived Sister Spit as Sister Spit: The New Generation and has held a major tour every year since.  This year, they need YOUR support. By...
I see a lot of bad movies. Watching mindless cinematic drivel can be very therapeutic and I don’t hesitate to indulge. But I can’t fully enjoy brainless box-office hits anymore—the under-representation or misrepresentation of women in some 2013 releases has been a little too overt. Or maybe I’ve just been more sensitive to it lately; as I’ve gotten older, insidious sexism in film has been easier to identify. I’ve also taken to putting every film I see up against the Bechdel test (much like Sweden),...
The December/January 2014 issue of BUST Magazine features Paramore's Hayley Williams, Rookie Mag's Tavi Gevinson, Great Gift Ideas (starting at under $5), How to throw a cookie party, amazing hot cocoa recipes, Patton Oswalt, Awkward Black Girl's Issa Rae, and a whole ton of stuff to guarantee you a cozy, sexy, cool holiday season. Subscribe now for instant digital access to this issue!       Purchase single print issue Purchase single digital issue Or download our free app to purchase single digital issues:Apple App StoreGoogle Play StoreAmazon Kindle Fire Store   Table of...
  Last Wednesday, Texas’ Richardson High School got a visit from Justin Lookadoo, the worst motivational speaker in the world times a gazillion, who has since been given the apt nickname, “Lookadouche.” Lookadoo is the co-author of the faith-based dating books, Dateable: Are You? Are They? and The Dateable Rules, both of which prove him to be the ultimate Jerky McJerkface. In his books he suggests that young women, “be mysterious. Dateable girls know how to shut up.” He follows it up with these words of wisdom:...
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