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With the 2016 Presidential Campaign rapidly approaching, it is an awesome time to get to know the candidates. Recently Lena Dunham interviewed Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton for her email newsletter Lenny. (Lenny is an awesome email newsletter described as "a snark-free place for feminists to get information: on how to vote, eat, dress, fuck, and live better" started by Lena and Girls' producer, Jenni Konner.) The interview is pretty freaking amazing, and if you're already into Hillary it will make your heart happy to hear...
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  The 1968 horror film Rosemary’s Baby is very much a classic — and for good reason. Its psychological take on the genre touches on real-life fears like claustrophobia, pregnancy-related body horror and gaslighting.   Whether you’re a Rosemary’s Baby fan or you’ve had trouble enjoying the film before (does Mia Farrow’s involvement cancel out noted rapist Roman Polanski’s?), we have a new movie for you: Lyle, described as a “lesbian ode to Rosemary’s Baby.” If that doesn’t reel you in, get this: it stars Gaby Hoffmann...
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Margaret Cho has been performing her song “Fat Pussy” for live audiences at her stand-up tours and other events for years. The song is not only funny, but also kind of beautiful. Cho’s voice sounds as good as any teen pop sensation, and her lyrics are more clever, amusing, and meaningful. Many of us have been a fan of the song for a while and now we have something new to be excited about. Who's trying to check out my Fat Pussy? Come inside...http://t.co/opZ7LtquIc pic.twitter.com/zex523kFOo — Margaret Cho...
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BUST magazine’s October/November issue featuring cover gal Aidy Bryant is on sale now! BUST's new October/November issue is bursting with women's stories, from our cover feature on SNL star Aidy Bryant, to Kim Gordon’s interview with Carrie Brownstein, to the history of the Native American women who inspired early suffragists. Plus, we've got the low down on the latest projects from Abigail Breslin, Mac DeMarco, Beach House, and more! All this, along with our buzz-worthy feature story “I JOINED A SEX CULT” (you gotta read it to...
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  (Lee Krasner)   They say that behind every great man is a great woman, but we chose to shoot at a different angle and put the ladies in focus for a change. So here’s a short list of women whose work was overshadowed by the fame of their partners and the media’s preference to celebrate men-- casting woman as a muse and supporter. These women worked hard to build careers and do meaningful things with their lives but have either been forgotten or had their roles marginalized...
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