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New Yorkers! On Thursday, duck into the air-conditioned sexytimes paradise that is Babeland SoHo and chill out with BUST and the cool people who love it! We've got something for everybody: Thirsty? Enjoy a complimentary cocktail, courtesy of Tito's Handmade Vodka. Messy? Bedazzle a sex toy box to stow away your good-time gear. Lucky? Enter to win a fancy-schmancy sex toy from Babeland and a one-year subscription to BUST! Confused? The sweet and knowledgeable Babeland staff will be on hand to help you shop! Be sure to get there right at 7:00 to...
When I first peeked at JT’s new video on Youtube the first two comments for “Tunnel Vision” were “This porn has good music” followed by “It’s not porn, it’s art.”  Let me save you a little bit of time: it’s neither. What it is, in fact, is Justin Timberlake being totally gross and weird for waaaay too long, in ways I never thought was possible. It makes Dick-in-a-Box look dignified. Women crawling around in smoke, ribs jutting out, convulsing in ways that I guess are supposed to be...
The classic '80s comedy Tootsie is a riot and if you haven't already seen it, you kind of need to, like yesterday. (If you never saw it, I'll break it down for you: Dustin Hoffman is a really great New York actor, but he can't get hired because he's difficult to work with, so he cross-dresses and adopts a new, sassy persona so he can get hired again. Tah-dah, a woman saves the day once again!) In this interview from the American Film Institute's archives,...
I love Ellen Page. Anyone in their right mind loves Ellen Page. I mean, just take a gander at this woman’s film resume: Hard Candy, Juno, Inception—Page kicks patriarchy’s butt in every one of her films, and she does it so effortlessly. The vengeful pedophile hunter out for the kill in Hard Candy? Easy. The relentless superhero wannabe in Super? Hell yeah. Kitty Pryde in X-Men: The Last Stand AND the upcoming X-Men: Days of Future Past? Need I say more? It’s rare for an actress...
As usual, a woman can’t just be celebrated for her achievements, but needs to be scrutinized by the media and the public for her appearance. Today’s example comes from the always-hypocritical world of sports. Women athletes are often over-sexualized and praised for their attractiveness, while male athletes are mostly in the spotlight for their achievements relevant to what they do. It seems that no matter the accomplishment, women can not escape criticism for their appearance, something that Marion Bartoli, the most recent female winner of Wimbledon...