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BUST’s 6th annual Craftacular at World Maker Faire is this weekend, (Saturday Sept 26-Sunday Sept 27th) at the New York Hall of Science in Queens, NYC, will have over 60 vendors on hand, including Armstrong's All Natural. Armstrong's All Natural is a line of organic products devoted to handmade, locally sourced products made in small batches. Ranging from products for shaving and showering to sunflower-based slaves to leather conditioners for your favorite fall leathers, their devotion is sure to get you cozy as the seasons change.   Renewable,...
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  The ever devoted legions of Hiddleston fans will be thrilled to horny little pieces to discover they can witness, up close and almost personal, his bare ass cheeks. For feminism. Kudos, good sir, kudos. On the subject of his glistening glutes, Hiddleston told E!:  “It’s so often in movies that women are more naked than men and that’s unfair. We wanted to sort of redress the balance. I didn’t have a problem with the nakedness because I felt that there’s always been a strain of sexuality in...
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The "Real Barbie," Lammily, just got more real because now she gets her period. With Lammily size undies, pads and a calendar with dot stickers, the Period Party extension pack provides a teaching tool minus the typical taboo that the menstrual cycle carries. The Period Party also has an informational pamphlet that can be used to educate girls about periods, and what is happening inside of their bodies. The Lammily website states: "On average, a woman between the ages of 12 and 51 spends a total...
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Bluestockings Bookstore and Activist Center is a 16-year-old radical feminist haven on the Lower East Side with on a mission to empower people to challenge oppression by distributing feminist literature and resources. Basically, a bookstore after our own hearts. And right now Bluestockings needs help to make sure it thrives as a feminist sanctuary for the next 5 years.  Launching a crowd funding campaign on Indiegogo, the bookstore is hoping to raise $50,000 to revamp their new storefront, and do fundamental maintenance on flooring and electrical wires....
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So here’s the good news: the Dalai Lama is a self-proclaimed feminist and said he’d totally support a female successor. This we already knew. The bad news though is that he has very a specific qualification for his successor if she’s a female. In a recent interview with the BBC, the Dalai Lama said her “face should be very attractive, otherwise not much use.” D-Lam started off more positively in the interview saying, “The female biologically [has] more potential to show affection and compassion.” Unfortunately, he pretty...
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