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Imagine living in a country run by a feminist political party. Sounds sweet AF to me. Well Scandinavia, a place I imagine to be a progressive haven, is unsurprisingly leading the way in what The BBC is calling "the feminist political resurgence in Europe." The party, called Feminist Initiative (FI), was founded in Sweden in 2005 and launched in neighboring Norway this past spring. Norway’s demand for a feminist party started to increase about two years ago due to growing anger over government proposals to give...
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Deciding to DIY your skincare can be a stressful endeavor. You start out strong, committed to using all-natural ingredients. You think, My skin will thank me! My wallet will thank me! But then you start researching, and it’s all downhill: A double boiler? A blended emulsion? Special waxes? Forget it. That’s how I felt when I entered the crazy (but awesome) world of DIY. But it’s not all as challenging as you might believe. In fact, the best DIY skin-care recipes are easy to make...
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An American living in Paris tells her story: I’m going to start by stating the most immediate and obvious thing: I am lucky. I wasn’t hurt in the terrorist attacks in Paris 11/13/15. No one I know intimately was hurt or killed. I wanted to write about my experience, albeit a quiet and very fortunate one because I learned something important. I was coming home on the underground metro lines from a gig in the 17eme… I was tired and ready to get home to my boyfriend whom...
Support Feminist Media! During these troubling political times, independent feminist media is more vital than ever. If our bold, uncensored reporting on women’s issues is important to you, please consider making a donation of $5, $25, $50, or whatever you can afford, to protect and sustain BUST.com. Thanks so much—we can’t spell BUST without U.
Irritability, increased tiredness, chocolate cravings, constant hunger, and a more easily upset disposition—these are all symptoms that sound familiar to anybody with a menstrual cycle, but also familiar the 26 percent of British men who say that yes it’s true: they have a man period. A recent study done by Vouchercloud found that out of 1,206 British men in co-habituating relationships with women, a little more than a quarter say they experience a monthly “man period.” Of those who do feel like they have a man...
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  It seems like people have finally caught on: the absolute worst way to spend Thanksgiving night is tackling each other over half priced jeggings and flat screen TVs. This morning, the masses took to Twitter to describe their Black Friday feels under the hashtag #BlackFridayIn3Words. Here’s the cream of the crop:   And these three words matter most:  Photos Via Shopaholic and Twitter   More from BUST How Native American Women Inspired The Feminist Movement 'Rutabaga Ginsburg' And 5 More Recipes For Your Feminist Thanksgiving 5 Ways To Get Your Small Business Holiday...
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