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Looking to have a grand old time this despite Tropical Storm Andrea’s wrath?  The Grand Comics Festival is this weekend in Brooklyn.  It is at the perfect time to be at a comics festival, which is from 11 am-7pm.  This is where you’ll be able to find indie comics, zines, prints, get commissions, meet cartoonists, and more.  This is the first time the festival is being held, and it will be at Bird River Studios on Grand Ave.  The mastermind curator...
Thank you, internet gods! What, I ask you, is better than cat videos? (Yes, I know: good sex, BUST magazine, coffee.) And what if someone, some genius, were to combine all the best cat videos from one month into a convenient video you could have on repeat all day? Thank you, mother Russia! Not only do you have a theatre with cat performers (check out MCAT here), you give us our cat fix of the month. While there's no way they could capture all of the cats of...
Do you own a TV and/or eyeballs? Then chances are, you've seen a commercial for Viagra or some other drug that improves men’s sex drive. You know the kind - couples sitting in separate bathtubs on the beach, a man trying and failing to build a fire, people swing dancing in their kitchens for no reason.  But have you ever seen a commercial for drugs that boost lady libidos? No ma'am. A new pill being developed might change that. Lybrido, a sex drive enhancing drug for women,...
Mental illness is a major issue in both the health care community and society. Chances are, you know people who have either depression or anxiety, and of those people you know, it is probable that they are women. At least, that's what a new study coming out of Oxford University says. According to the results, which looked at 12 major studies done throughout the world in the last 20+ years, women are 40% more likely to develop mental illness than men as well as women...
Last summer, when Republican candidate Todd Akin was quoted saying, “If it’s a legitimate rape, the female body has ways to try to shut that whole thing down,” he was, thankfully enough, met with incredulous public outrage. (Update: he regrets his foolish words!) However – as abhorrent as Akin’s comments are – they do reveal society’s general misunderstanding of how the human body, the brain, sexual assault, and arousal are scientifically interconnected. Although most found Akin’s opinions on pregnancy to be fallacious, what would...