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Last week, we shared with you The Most Misogynistic Article of All Time: Return of Kings “24 Signs She’s a Slut”.  Right on cue, the “Male Rights Activists” (MRAs) squirmed out of the woodwork, informing every advocate of women's rights of just how wrong they are. Think I’m joking? I wish! But you can’t make this stuff up people! Let's have a look-see at some of the most memorable gems from the diamond mine that was the comments section. WARNING: Upon reading these responses, your eyes...
It’s no surprise when I tell you MC Lyte is one of the flyest female rappers in hip-hop. If that comes to you as a surprise, then you don’t know real hip-hop (#notsorry). Growing up in my household, MC Lyte was one of the many rappers that my older sister and brother used to blast and I thank them for introducing me to her at such a young age. I mean, have you even heard “Cappucino”? Lyte always pointed out misogyny in the hip-hop community...
I know you didn’t think it was possible, but Joseph Gordon-Levitt just got more delightful. When addressing his new film Don Jon, in which he plays the title character and makes his feature debut as a writer and director, Gordon-Levitt was quick to quash the buzz about the movie being focused simply on pornography. Despite the film’s rom-com branding, its intent couldn’t be farther from the familiar gauzy plots of its counterparts. Instead, Gordon-Levitt uses the common themes of sex and comedy as a lens...
Science, that all-knowing amorphous body of research and truth, is revealing more and more about the neurophysiological causes of spontaneous orgasm, specifically in women. In a recent analysis of this phenomenon, The New York Times science reporter William J. Broad investigates a Rutgers University project where female brains were scanned while thinking about erotic fantasies.  Broad recognizes that this isn’t a new idea: sexologist Havelock Ellis talks about spontaneous orgasm in his turn-of-the-century studies, and Kinsey Institute namesake Alfred C. Kinsey wrote about it in the 1940s and ‘50s. (William...
  So, Summer is pretty much over, but that doesn't mean there's nothing to celebrate! BUST welcomed the Fall season with open arms at BUST's Craftacular at the World Maker Faire last weekend at the New York Hall of Science in Queens! It's okay, you don't need glasses. You read that perfectly. We teamed up with the world-renowned science and technology exhibition to bring you 60 brilliant, carefully-curated crafters. We are sorry you missed it though.  To make you jealous, here are some photos from the event! Thanks to Ryan Sellers and...
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