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  Meet your new feminist crush, Xiao Meili. Xiao is a prominent women’s rights activist in China, and she has recently launched a campaign asking women to submit photos of their armpit hair online as part of a contest. “I hope to raise the issue of the ownership of female body and to dispel the belief that it is wrong for girls to keep their armpit hair,” Xiao told the Guardian. “Keeping armpit hair should not be seen as uncivilized or dirty.” Three prizewinners will be...
“Being  ‘empowered’…  is not the same as being a ‘bitch’…”, wrote Ariana Grande in a Twitter post about the double standard women experience when it comes to sex and dating. It’s one hell of an opening line and it’s the precursor to the rest of the manifesto, which is the best thing ever. Grande was prompted to create the post after being fed up for good with reporters’ constant questioning of her love life. In this video, she talks about how she’s “not Big Sean’s ex. I’m not Niall’s possible new girl....
Fine, we admit it: BUST loves witches. We consider Sabrina and her aunts our homies. The potential Charmed reboot is already our new favorite TV show despite the fact that NO ONE HAS CONFIRMED WHETHER IT’S ACTUALLY HAPPENING *shakes fist at sky*. The definite remake of The Craft remake has us waiting on pins and needles for updates. We can sing the entire Wicked soundtrack, with or without music. Our very own Craft Lady Callie even made a two-month foray into the world of modern witching not...
Last Saturday evening, the still-beloved cast of Gilmore Girls joined the show’s creator Amy Sherman-Palladino for a reunion at the ATX Television Festival. After the theme song played with much of the audience singing along, Sherman-Palladino and the Stars Hollow gang spoke about how the show came to be, filming experiences, and where the characters are now.  Flavorwire got an exclusive interview, and here are five exciting things we learned from it: 1.) “Oy, with the poodles already!” Amy Sherman-Palladino finally explained the origins of Lorelai’s oft-quoted,...
Simply Be, a British clothing store (with sizes up to 32!), has hopped on the body positivity train with its campaign “#SimplyBekini.” The store encourages women to share images of themselves in bikinis to promote body positivity. Plus size model, Tess Holliday, has joined teams with Simply Be to spread the message that yes, plus size woman can wear bikinis too. Holliday even filmed a video for the campaign, showing how to get a bikini bod:   The idea is nothing new: People have been using the...
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