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It’s just beginning to get cold outside, which means it’s time for every publication to come up with their end of the year lists. For their involvement in the 2014 commencement, TIME Magazine wants to know which word you would like to ban in the upcoming year. Included in their list of potentially policed phrases or words is “feminist” because, you know, the word literally just started gaining some steam, so we should definitely just crush that shit…  ...Said no one ever! Hey, TIME — I’m calling...
MTV made a smart move partnering up with YouTube vlogger Laci Green to create their very first YouTube channel, Braless. Laci Green is a BUST favorite, she stood up to that creep Sam Pepper and promotes sex education and body positivity.  In the YouTube community, Green is regarded as the sex education teacher and her channel Sex+ has 1.1 million subscribers. The channel name, Braless, is a reference to the feminist movement during the seventies.  Green will be hosting twelve episodes, and the first three are out...
The silence used in Pawel Pawlikowski’s award-winning, thoughtful and intense new film “Ida” is deafening. Set in post-Stalinist Poland in the early 1960s, the audience is introduced to a bleak, black and white setting where the noise of footsteps on fallen snow or the sound of a spoon hitting the side of a bowl during breakfast feels like a violent interruption against the backdrop of a still, calm quiet. Almost immediately the audience is introduced to Anna (Agata Trzebuchowska), a teenage girl just a few weeks...
Lately it seems that everyone has been listening to the Serial podcast (BUST included!), a story told weekly to figure out if Adnan Syed is truly guilty of killing his ex-girlfriend, Hae Min Lee. The hit podcast is currently number one on iTunes and its dedicated listeners are discussing their own theories. The current obsession has inspired three comedians to make a parody. Upright Citizen Brigade comedians, Paul Laudiero, Zach Cherry and Will Stephen are behind this hilarious joke. So far the three have created five...
Rehtaeh Parsons’ story is taking over Twitter, following news that there will be no jail time for the now 20-year-old man who pleaded guilty to child pornography charges in September. The photographer will receive a one-year conditional discharge, as well as a mandatory DNA sample for a national database. The charges are regarding a photo taken in 2011, which showed Rehtaeh throwing up while the photographer’s friend allegedly sexually assaulted her. Everyone involved was a minor at the time. Rehtaeh, 17, died from injuries resulting from attempted...
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