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Getting excited for Xmas? How about getting really excited? For this week's Freebie Friday, BUST, in tandem with the zany Naughtily Yours, is giving away 2 unique holiday vibrators. Naughtily Yours vibrators are embossed with designs and sentiments for all occasions. Whether naughty or nice,  gift giving is all the merrier with a gift that keeps on giving. Celebrate the season with this humorous and heartfelt line of vibrators, and the greeting cards that compliment them. They're sooo much fun! Naughtily Yours is comprised of a group of creative individuals...
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  Flavorwire delivers a healthy dose of diversity with its spot-on list of the Most Fascinating People of 2013. An inspiring reminder that game-changers still exist within the mainstream, the list includes sub cultural icons such as riot grrrl Kathleen Hanna and barrier-defying Orange is the New Black actress Laverne Cox.   The list feels fresh and evokes a universal sense of gratitude for this year’s trail blazing artists. With all the media attention that surrounds celebrities, take a moment to appreciate the work of budding feminist Lorde....
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Angel Olsen is a Chicago-based singer songwriter, and her 2012 album Half Way Home got a LOT of play in my apartment last year. Check her out on Spotify if you enjoy Patsy Cline, Bonnie "Prince" Billy (she’s toured with him), or beautiful folk songs about restless wandering and dudes who don’t call. If you get the chance to see her live, do—she played Pitchfork Music Festival last summer and managed to turn day-drunk festival goers into a mostly silent crowd of mesmerized fans. Olsen just...
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  Barbie’s place in adolescence and constructed femininity has baffled psychologists and feminist alike: on one hand, she’s a patient confidante onto which girls might project their hopes and aspirations. But she also espouses limited and damaging views on female roles, bodies, and sexuality. She sends conflicting messages, passively listening to you for hours while remaining inhumanly cold. As girls, we intuitively pick up that Barbie is “grown up” and “sexy,” but she doesn’t have genitals and therefore cannot be understood as a sexual agent.      Recent studies...
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Unless you have been living under a rock with terrible wi-fi connection, you have heard about the new remake for "The Sound of Music" premiering on NBC tonight.  This news, which if it were any other lesser known musical would have been relegated to musical theater geeks and Broadway buffs, has sparked a major conversation about remakes and the classic movies they inspire.   With "Sound of Music," which premiered on Broadway in 1959 with Mary Martin as the lead, it wasn't until 1965 when Julie...
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