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BUST Magazine is celebrating 15 years of independent publishing and grrrl culture!  Please join us for our 15-Year Anniversary Party, sponsored by Dr. Martens!We can't spell BUST without U!For more info, visit: http://www.bust.com/15yearpress/event.htmlTickets are $25. Buy tickets HERE or by phone: 212 279 4200. *** Talent is subject to change without further notice.
 Man, I can't believe my friend; he snatched my BUST and was all into this issue's "One-Handed Read!"  Loyal readers know that in every issue of BUST Magazine, not only will you find BUST's awesome featured stories on some of the coolest and smartest ladies around, DIY till the day you die projects, fashion with a passion, grrrl loving things that makes you want to scream, but you'll also find BUST's very popular "Sex File" section and I noticed that the dudes be lovin' that section as much as their lady friends.
First off let me drop some Ab Fab trivia on you. What is Patsy's full name? The shocking answer below the clip. So much magic happens in this clip. First off, how much do you love Roseanne in that backless dress, she looks amazing. 2nd piece of magic: the makeshift martini bar in the bathroom, straight class. I looove that Patsy and Jackie think each other are drag queens and Patsy drops that she was in fact a man for a year but her dick fell off.
First, she gets to hang out with Flight of the Conchords all the time.Then, she gets to hang out with Jon Stewart and do this:  Yeah, that's right. Hillary's defeat had nothing to do with sexism.
The purrdiest box cutter I've ever seen. We got new goods!While you at the Boobtique checking out our new stuff please make sure to scope the new colors on classics like the "Ladies Seewing Circle and Terrorist Society" Shirt and "Women You Can't Beat 'Em".    The perfect summer bag.Featured in our June/July issue this is a hell of a bell.  "Smart Women Elect to Make a Difference", keep this on your desk to remind yourself of your civic duty.  This grocery tote folds into a small pouch so you can keep it in your everyday bag.
 Be sure to check out “I Won't Grow Up” an art exhibit opening tonight at Cheim & Reed in the Chelsea neighborhood in New York  embracing childhood and the child-like mentality. The pieces are said to conjure up feelings of nostalgia through various media and their creative freedom.  The lovely E.V.
  In the 90s, The Gits were ready to break into the mainstream with their hardcore punk and blues sound when singer Mia Zapata was found murdered, a victim of rape and homicide. Now there's a documentary that highlights the band's formation, path to success, and tragic ending. When director Kerri O’Kane began making the movie, this crime was still unsolved. In the meantime, fans, friends and celebrities like Joan Jett and Nirvana helped raise money to reopen the case, and Mia’s killer was brought to justice as the cameras rolled.
  So 30% of this great country is non-white and yet non-white models are a rarity on the magazine racks, don't you think?  In response to this dearth of blackness in the fashion media, Steven Meisel, notable Vogue photogapher and Franca Sozzani, Italian Vogue editior have teamed up to put out an awesome concept for the upcoming Italian issue of Vogue.  Having a reputation for being more daring and more  about ideas than money – Sozzani is issuing an all-black Vogue.
Evertime I am offered an HIV test I take it. If I am at the gyno for my pap, I am also getting a HIV test. If I go to the hospital after cutting my leg on a broken bottle in some ally trash, imma get an HIV test. If they take blood for any reason, I say "Go on and take some more and get me tested." Even if I have absolutley no reason to even think it would be positive, I am always a bit nerved up, a test is a test afterall. So before you head over to the closest free clinic, take a moment to cut the stress with some laughter.