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It’s true. The weekend is over, but that doesn’t mean the fun has to stop. Party all day long; Cubical or no cubical, with these 9 female singers (who are coincidentally all from Athens, GA, one of our fave places in the south). Strong, talented, and feminist—you’re going to want to put these women on your radar! Rising Appalachia   Rising Appalachia is composed of two rad sisters with a sound as distinct as their style. They're easily compatible  with Ani DiFranco and Alanis Morrissette except with a...
Got milk? Well, what kind of milk have you got? The options used to be just skim or whole, but now soy, almond, and hemp are available, too. Plus, another controversial choice: Raw milk. So should you be drinking the stuff or not? We gathered some facts to help you make that decision First of all, raw milk simply means unpasteurized. Easy, right? Wrong: Drinking milk straight from the cow may have been great for Laura Ingalls, but food production—especially involving livestock—has changed significantly over the...
Studio DIY has given us something to combat this rainy spring weather with—fruit slice umbrellas! The website features instructions on how to turn your plain umbrella into an awesome lemon, kiwi, and or watermelon (what could be sweeter?!). Make a lemon umbrella following the instructions below or head on over to Studio DIY for how-to's on the kiwi and watermelon versions: For a Lovely Lemon Umbrella, you will need: 1 Yellow Umbrella Scotch Blue Painter’s Tape Fabric-Safe Craft Paint Scissors How To Make It: 1. Tape off a section around one spoke...
          Saint Friday is here! And so is our weekly round-up of feminist new stories: Curated just for you, BUSTies, we aim to keep you in the know while you're out changing the world (and the glitter status of your eyebrows at Primped!).  Photos of Kabul’s Littlest Skaters Totally Shredding Afghan woman aren’t allowed to ride bikes—so instead they’ve taken to skateboarding in Jessica Fulford-Dobson’s photo series “Skate Girls of Kabul.” The entire series brings global attention to Skateistan, which is a non-profit organization founded by Oliver...
Rosie The Riveter has been a feminist icon for decades, but who really was the bandana'ed heroine? Well, she wasn’t just one woman: She was a symbol of the 60,000 who joined the workforce during WWII. When men left their jobs to enlist in the armed forces, women’s employment rose from 27% to 37%, with most of them taking on jobs in defense industries. In 1942, The Westinghouse Power Company commissioned Jay Howard Miller to create a promotional poster to boost morale amongst female employees. But...