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Leave it to racist internet trolls to ruin an innocent, family-friendly commercial. The source of all the unnecessary controversy is the newest 31-second “Just Checking” commercial brought to you by Cheerios. The premise? It’s as cute and completely uncontroversial as it gets: an adorable girl foils her dad after asking her mom if the cereal is really heart-healthy. The outcome is one messy and awww-worthy moment. Check out the video below. In the end, it’s not the excessive amount of cuteness or Cheerios that’s making people peeved....
German feminist group Femen strikes again with a boob-attack on Heidi Klum. During the season finale of Germany’s Next Top Model, two topless protesters jumped on the stage with statements scribbled on their breasts. One message read, “Heidi Horror Picture Show.”  Klum’s reaction? “I’ve just seen boobies in front of me.” Gold. This is hardly Femen’s first attack on conventional beauty standards and expectations. The group organized an attack on Barbie’s Dreamhouse earlier this month. Look closely at the video below to get an almost unnoticeable glimpse of the protest....
This week in stupidity, a completely male-dominated Fox newspanel discussed how it’s deeply problematic that four out of 10 (so less than half) households have a female primary breadwinner. Apparently this set-up is “hurting our family.” It’s resulting in abortions and high school drop outs. And, my favorite quote courtesy of Erick Erickson, supporting female bread-winners is “anti-science” because of biology. Really? Maybe they should bring that argument to a lioness, which goes out and kills its prey to feed the family. Should go over well.  I’m...
Does this butterface look familiar to you? You may recognize Maria Bamford from her role as DeBrie on Season Four of Arrested Development, or even from the pages of BUST itself - this girl is hilarious. Now we can get even more glorious Maria-face with her latest project, a web series called “Ask My Mom!” It features Bamford dressed up as her 70-year-old mom, answering her viewers' pressing questions with "heartfelt, absurd, and liberal Christian advice." New episodes are being released every Thursday. The comedienne explains: “My Mom is Marilyn Bamford,...
As if you didn’t know. But there's a new campaign in town, and she really wants to remind you. A recent study surveyed 1000 women and showed that 70% of us want to start having babies when we're in our early 30s. First Response, a global pregnancy test company, isn't down with that. The company claims that women aren’t aware of how fickle fertility can be, so it's taking action - launching a ‘Get Britain Fertile’ campaign. Britain is their target country because average age of a...