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A fashion initiative  for anyone who is jealous of how on point Shane McCutcheon on The L Word (played by Katherine Moennig) always looks. HauteButch gives new meaning to fashion inclusivity with menswear that fits anyone who desires to wear it — butch, androgynous, and straight women, as well as transmen, all have a one-stop place to shop. Thanks to Karen Roberts, a California-based US Navy Veteran, this fashion line encompasses the style of men’s clothing and a fit that is somewhere in between men’s and women’s...
Oh, Colorado. I loved you for so long! The state that’s home to the beautiful Southern Rocky Mountains and has legalized marijuana. But, unfortunately we are going to have to take a break until you get yourself together. This November, Coloradans will vote on whether to expand the definition of a person in the state’s criminal code to include unborn human beings.  Personhood USA is at the head of this anti-abortion cause. This is their third year of trying to get “personhood” past the state’s voters. In 2008,...
The worst time [at the theme park] was when a forty something man introduced himself, and shook my hand...But he wouldn't let go, he rubbed it, and said, "What's your name, baby? You're the prettiest girl here. I can't have a bad day if I get to see you. Can I have your number?"... He finally walked away, but not before saying, "I'll see you tomorrow." Katy Heng runs Tumblr blog called But What Was She Wearing: Stop The Cat Call, to document how what a...
If you caught our interview with comedian Megan Amram in the latest issue of BUST, you already know to save yourself the effort of learning “man science.” Amram’s new book Science For Her is coming out Nov. 4, and will simply explain confusing topics for anyone who has internalized the sexism offered up by years of socialization. The promo video has us salivating. If you’re not convinced, maybe a sweaty, kale laden Nick Offerman will do the trick.  Let's Get Physics Y'all with Megan Amram, Nick Offerman,...
  Lena Dunham is making a movie! After the success of her recent collection of essays Not That Kind of Girl: A Young Woman Tells You What She’s ‘Learned', the 28-year-old director/actor/writer will be bringing one of her favorite childhood books to the big screen.  What book will it be? Catherine, Called Birdy, the Newbery Honor-winning young adult novel written by Karen Cushman, published in 1994. "I'm going to adapt it and hopefully direct it," Dunham recently announced at The New Yorker Festival. "I just need to find someone who wants to fund a PG-13...
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