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In an average week, Madeleine Holden receives upwards of 100-200 dick pics. Which is fantastic, because Maddie is the creator of Critique My Dick Pic, a popular website where she instructs “senders” of all genders how to take thoughtful and artistic erotic photographs! A lawyer by trade, Maddie has a flair for writing and art criticism that makes Critique My Dick Pic entertaining, arousing, and occasionally even heartwarming. Her critiques are gentle and constructive. She assigns letter grades for submissions, and encourages senders to keep upping...
There’s nothing wrong with your trusty old nude bra and white cotton panties, but let’s face it, sometimes you want something way more exciting on your ladybits. Where can you go to find sexy, unique, locally made, hand-crafted lingerie for all sizes? Here are four lust-worthy looks from four shops that sell the undergarments and swimwear of your dreams. You can check them out online, AND you can find them at the upcoming BUST Craftacular on Saturday, April 23. One of a Kind HEARTS, Spikes, and...
Here I am, sitting in the BUST office with the sounds of fingers clacking away on keyboards all around. Write. Write. Write. That little red squiggly line appears under a word I just typed. Spell Check. Right. Right. Right. Deadline is approaching, better sign my name. Wright. Wright. Wright. The English language is driving me insane and I knew I couldn’t be the only one. Just the mention of the topic and words were being shouted across the office. So here is a list of the...
  Cree Ballah, 20, went to work on March 23 with ten thick black braids pulled back into two ponytails. According to City News, Zara management told Cree, “Your hair is too extreme for the Zara store. Please take it down.” Two managers escorted Ballah outside and asked her to “fix” her hair. They informed her that hair color wasn’t the issue, but that the braids were unprofessional. Ballah began to cry. She experimented with different hairstyle options for the management’s approval—a low bun seemed to...
Photo by Megan SeniorWant to add a little pizzazz to your desk? (Or really, just about anything in your house?) Add gilded detailing to any basic object with metal leaf paper and watch everything you touch turn to gold.What You’ll Need Acrylic gloss medium Gold leaf adhesive Imitation gold leaf sheets (We used Mona Lisa Metal Leaf Starter Kit, which includes adhesive, gold leaf paper, and sealant; $10.99, Michaels.com) Masking tape X-Acto Knife Cutting mat 2 Paintbrushes Disposable gloves Cheesecloth Instructions If you are decorating a porous surface like wood, you will need to seal it using...