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  Since Burning Man 2013, images of a mysterious hand grabbing various women’s breasts have gone viral. The photographs were anonymously distributed, but photographer Dong Xiao has identified himself as the culprit (although his claim is unverified). Although they have since been taken off of many sites by Burning Man, the damage done by this photographer leaves a mark: these women’s privacy has been violated.    Burner sociologist PJ Rey has some words to say about the posting of these images as well as the response they’ve garnered....
My personal fave teen drama, Pretty Little Liars   At the ten year anniversary mark, my fiance and I recently marathon-viewed the first season to teen soap The O.C. I love the show, but as adults looking back on the teen characters, seeing how sexualized they are, we felt a tad uncomfortable. Some of the scenes are refreshing explorations of teen sexuality, wherein both women and men embrace desire, lust, and love. But some just weren’t, like the shots of girls’ buttocks in sex scenes.    Some of the...
BUST Test Kitchen                                                               Kelly                      Tess                        Sholeh   Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics Nail Lacquer $10, occmakeup.com On the plus side, according to one tester, “this nail polish dried really fast.” Unfortunately, “it started chipping pretty quickly,” she said. Another intern was unhappy with the...
  RVA magazine recently posted an interview with Richmond, VA native female wrestler Mickie James. In the interview, she talks extensively about her career in the WWE, country music, and the state of female wrestling today versus when she entered the industry. Her words shed light on a world that most people know little about. You see female wrestlers on TV occasionally, but they don’t usually profile them on Entertainment Tonight. I remember when I was a kid, and my older brother was obsessed with the WWE. He...
Everyone has been talking about 16-year-old Malala Yousafzai and her outspoken advocacy of women and education (we certainly have been). Tuesday night, the youngest Nobel Peace Prize nominee went on television to speak on one of America’s greatest and prestigious stages—that’s right, The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. And so commenced the first time I’ve wept while watching Comedy Central (aside from whenever I watch 50 First Dates). Being in the public eye after an assassination attempt is not an experience most young women her age...