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  We’re right in the thick of this ongoing Abercrombie & Fitch fat-hate – the sizeist comments keep coming – but never fear! Jes from TheMilitantBaker.com has the best response yet. Jes reimagined Abercrombie ads using her own size 22 body, pairing her so-called “unpopular kid” self with a “cool kid” in a hodgepodge of sexy poses. She dedicates the shots, along with an eloquent open letter, to Abercrombie C.E.O. Mike Jeffries. “You created an opportunity to challenge our current social construct,” she writes. “My hope is that the...
  It turns out that Gothamist isn’t the only one who had a hard time swallowing the latest in American Apparel sexism.  BUST dared to ask American Apparel for fair game with the nudity in the ad campaigns, and Swedish fashion designer Petter Lindqvist of byPM.se brought it! Fashion blogger and company product manager Michaela Forni teamed up with Lindgyist to create a gender-role reversal ad for the product Pretty Vegas trench. “We thought it was sick that American Apparel time and again gets away with such...
What has two wheels and no boobs? Most cyclists, apparently. Here in the U.S.A., women ride bikes two to three times less often than men do. Some call this the “bicycling gender gap,” and just like huge-ass soft drinks, it’s strictly an American phenomenon. Our European sisters cycle way more than us. So what’s the deal? New research on the subject says unsafe traffic conditions, or “perceived traffic danger” is to blame. A study published in the International Journal of Sustainable Transportation concluded that women are less likely to feel...
Two ex-Nike entrepreneurs have gone off the beaten path to create this rad clothing line that caters to tomboys everywhere. If you've found yourself in the men's section of every store when shopping, Wildfang is the online store for you. Emma McIlroy and Julia Parsley are the designers behind the Portland-based startup, who aim to "liberate menswear, one bowtie at a time." Their pieces cater to their personal style needs, including ties, suspenders, creepers, button-ups, chinos, and lots of denim. Check out Wildfang's super cool...
That's right, ladies. If you're feeling a bit choked up, the best thing to do is suck a dick twice a week. At least, that's the advice Dr. J. Peter Zegarra would say. A female patient came to Zegarra's office in Sacramento and Zegarra proposed an upper-gastrointestinal endoscopy to investigate some of her symptoms. She was reluctant to go through with the treatment because it involves an endoscope that travels down the throat into the intestinal tract. She explained that a simple teeth cleaning at...