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  Though the language used in its commercial smacks of “so simple, even a woman can understand it,” I must admit that the Cuff is a pretty cool invention. It’s a little chip (or “tiny device with technology inside,” as the commercial puts it) worn in a piece of jewelry that, among other useful tricks, can send an alert to someone’s phone when you’re in danger. Just press the device, and a message gets sent to a friend or family member with your location, as well as...
Boobie Trap is not your average watering hole with nip-slipping waitresses. ( We're looking at you, Hooters.) It is, however, a smorgasbord of boobs. A galleria of the tit. A celebration of the nipple. A magical breast playground. (Am I pushing it? Okay. I digress.)    ANYWAY, Boobie Trap (your new favorite bar) has officially opened in Bushwick. Allison Davis of New York Magazine described it as a “John-Waters-meets-rockabilly bar-room environment” complete with “pink flamingos, leopard-print lampshades, and hot-pink Christmas lights.” And, of course, boobs.    Kristen North, bar tender...
It’s Thursday and we're (finally) nearing the end of the work week and we have the perfect thing for you to treat yo' self to in celebration of the upcoming weekend. (C'mon, you know you deserve it.)   Jessica Delfino, aka hilarious mastermind behind the song “My Pussy is Magic”, is handcrafting feminist underwear that is 1000% body positive and perfect for any occasion. As described by Delfino, these are “beautiful ladies panties that offer empowering feminist messages for the strong woman in you!” Our lovely underwear chanteuse,...
There is some serious body love going down on Instagram right now.  A new account, @LoveYourLines, is a photo project that posts beautiful photos of women’s stretch marks. The account was created by two East Coast moms after a conversation about how their bodies have changed after pregnancy. It was an instant success, gaining over 24,000 followers in just eight days.   Each black and white photo is a close-up of a different woman’s body, and a brief quote or backstory. Many of the women refer to their...
The latest project from art activist group FORCE is crossing the country this month with the goal of upsetting rape culture. At each stop on the Monument Quilt's 13-city tour, FORCE invites survivors to share their stories on quilt squares. The Monument Quilt's final stop is in Washington, D.C., where quilt squares will be stitched together to form the message "Not Alone".     Today the Monument Quilt visits NYC! Visit the Queens Museum from 3pm to 8pm to eat cookies, tell your story,...