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Food is good. Art is good. Put them together and really what could be better for your eyes and stomach? Tisha Cherry's Instagram blog 'Art In The Eats'  delivers in every way with this collection of genius art. So next time you are enjoying your kale, maybe think about putting a kale bonnet in the works in your future.  Image c/o Tisha Cherry ...
With Game of Thrones coming back to HBO April 12th (are you as excited as we are?) we decided to indulge in the lovely braid styles on the show, you know, just in case you wanna ring in the new season by cosplaying as one of these fierce ladies… The glorious Khaleesi Hair Braid:  Cersei’s Rope braid simplified (cause let’s be honest, trying to do most of her hairstyles will require quite a lot of breaks for your arms): Sansa Stark has grown into a young lady now, but...
  Easter is almost here and we will (obviously) be spending the day deciding what to wear on our heads for all the parades, egg-hunts, and brunches. The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence Easter Celebration, San Francisco's destination of choice when it comes to hunting for eggs and dressing in drag, is inspiring major bonnet envy. If festive hats aren’t your thing, they’ve also got Hunky Jesus and Foxy Mary contests and a roller derby. These queer nuns are on a mission to lift spirits, support social...
NC Republican State Representative Pat McElraft filed an anti-choice bill claiming the focus was to primarily create jobs. Her explanation? Fewer abortions equals more "little taxpayers" which somehow helps jobs, right?  The bill triples the state's waiting period for medical care from 24 hours to 72. It requires that only an OB-GYN perform an abortion; it also keeps faculty and students at UNC Chapel Hill and East Caroline University from supervising said abortions. This equates to two of the country's best medical schools being unable to provide...
Canadian women are fighting to remove the Government Sales Tax on menstruation products because according to the powers at be, tampons are more of a luxury than chocolate. Back in 1991, the Canadian government decided to remove the tax on things considered basic groceries and medical needs. Under this law, items like chocolate, pizza pockets, contacts, and incontinence items fall under this category, and are therefore not taxed. Tampons, pads, and other menstruation products are considered luxury items. According to a BBC article, the VAT (value-added tax) on...
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