Twenty-year-old singer/songwriter SEE premieres her music video for her song “She Cries” exclusively with BUST today. The song is from her introspective five-song debut EP, Ties, which pulls elements of pop and alternative rock. SEE taught herself the drums, guitar, bass, piano, and more and began writing original songs when she was 15 before becoming the primary songwriter and drummer for an alternative indie rock band in Long Island.
A bike messenger for the National Woman’s Party, which was staffed entirely by women For half a century, women had been politely agitating for suffrage. Then some fearless young radicals came along who weren’t afraid to make some noise—even if it meant serving prison time. Seven years later, they had won the right to vote It was more than a parade; it was a pageant. On March 13, 1913, thousands of women descended on Washington, D.C. to demand the right to vote.
  What’s the deal with yoni eggs and crystal dildos? Are they actually safe to use internally? I also worry about yoni eggs getting stuck, even if they have a string attached.  –Chakra ChicaIf  Sexologist Carol Queen: If you do a Google search for the phrase “yoni egg,” you’ll find tons of claims about what they’ll do for your pelvic floor and your spirituality. There are plenty of pelvic floor products, many made of or covered with silicone, and these are superior items as far as cleaning and body safety are concerned.
  Need a new feminist web show to watch? Good news – we’ve got you covered. “The Dirty Word,” hosted by the talented and bubbly Amanda Montell, is here to grace the internet with LOL-worthy content that, while providing comic relief, still flawlessly manages to be relevant, informative, and empowering. The web series is published on, a women’s site founded by Rebecca Odes and Jill Soloway (creator of the Emmy award-winning series Transparent on Amazon Prime).
Un lévrier reposant sur la chaise by Jacques Raymond Brascassat, 1836. An 1860 edition of England’s Bedfordshire Mercury reports a “curious scene” from Paris.  An attorney was walking his Italian Greyhound on the Boulevard Beaumarchais when he realized that the delicate little dog had strayed. Retracing his steps, he found his pet in the arms of a dog thief.  The villain had already removed the dog’s collar and identification tags and was attempting to stifle its cries.
The live action Disney reboot The Little Mermaid just got substantially more amazing. Lin-Manuel Miranda, Hamilton creator and former star, is set to co-produce and write songs for the film along with Oscar winning composer Alan Menken. Producing with Miranda will be Marc Platt, who is also producing Disney’s Mary Poppins Returns, starring Miranda and Emily Blunt. Menken scored the original Little Mermaid, so the live action appears that it will stay true to the roots of the original animated film.
Forget Pokémon, enamel pins are the latest collectable. Customise your wardrobe and wear your feminism on your sleeve (or chest...) with this collection of super cool feminist pins from the best indie designers and artists. 1. Feminist and Proud Feminism is not a dirty word. Embrace the real narrative and spread the message with this cute pin. Feminist & Proud pin, $7.83, Punky Pins 2. Not Sorry For when you’re literally too busy to be dealing with that shit.I’m Not Sorry About Your Fragile Masculinity pin, $9.13, Hand Over Your Fairy Cakes 3.
“I wear a lot of hats,” Emily V. Gordon says, laughing as she settles into what will be a very warm interview with BUST. It’s another hot day in Los Angeles and the air-conditioned seating inside has filled up. Also, she’s right. She does wear a lot of hats.
Deanna Carter is our new hero for calling out a New York City subway masturbator. He clearly needs to get a grip on his problems (cue canned laughter). Her incredible badassery was all captured on camera. Carter uploaded the 2-minute video to Facebook on Monday (August 15). The man is seen with a backpack over his lap, and Carter yelling at him. “What are you doing? What are you, over here rubbing your dick? What the fuck are you doing?” She threatened him as he sat staring, quiet and (rightfully) scared.
Patti Smith lovers like myself understand that virtually anytime this god-like woman says something, it's something so poignantly intelligent, so thought-provoking, that it's worth documenting. That's why we here at BUST are SO excited to share an exclusive clip from this never-before-seen interview, featuring the living legend herself, for PBS's American Masters Podcast.