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  Vanessa Bayer is at it again: In her show, Sound Advice, Bayer plays media adviser Janessa Slater, who confidently offers misinformed guidance to famous bands. In the most recent episode, Bayer "advises" our lady-loves Sleater Kinney. Check out the below video to see the SNL funny girl defend ex-wife flashers, poorly define the riot grrrl movement, and compare her guests to an all-girl Mystery Team. We promise that if you woke up feeling the mid-week hump (it happens to the best of us), then nothing will cure you faster...
Well, this is awesome: Former Olympic swimming champion and gay rights activist Casey Legler has been making a name for herself in the fashion industry as a successful male model. At six foot two, the 37-year-old French-born New Yorker became the first woman to be signed exclusively as a male model. As Legler explained to ABC Australia, “I was put in men's clothes because I fit in men's clothes. The only thing that's particularly unique is that I'm biologically a woman.” Legler first happened upon modeling...
It doesn’t get much more adorable than Ellie Kemper as Kimmy Schmidt in Tina Fey’s new Netflix series, The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. From her bright flowery outfits to her relentlessly upbeat attitude, Kimmy never fails to lift our spirits and remind us that everything will be okay if we just stay true to ourselves. And while in true-to-form sitcom fashion, the show has no shortage of silly (and amazingly weird) jokes, it also has a ton of heart. Kimmy’s character serves as a reminder of how...
BUSTies, meet Alyssa Carson, your new role model. Although she’s only 13-years-old, Alyssa already has huge ambitions. She plans to be on the first human mission to Mars, which is predicted to take place in 2030. Despite her young age, Alyssa means serious business. She has gone to more than 20 space camp sessions and has become the first person to attend all three NASA world space camps. Alyssa studies space history and modern scientific developments. And despite her seemingly busy schedule, she has time...
1953 Most New Yorkers have probably seen the new MTA ads featuring faceless green and red stick figures and asking commuters to stop manspreading, nail-clipping, and performing gravity-defying dance routines on the subway. But did you know that the practice of manspreading dates back to the mid-20th century? As part of The New York City Transit Museum’s AfterHours program series, the MTA has released a series of incredible train etiquette ads from the 40’s and 50’s, proving that manspreading and other bad habits have been around for...
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