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Tonight's the night! If you're in NYC and looking to unwind, join us in the East Village at Heathers! The BUST team'll be there from 6:30 to 8:30, dancing (and yes, drinking) our cares away to DJ Sheila B's retro jamz. You can mention BUST at the bar for your choice of drink specials, and nab some free magazines while you're at it. Everyone is welcome! Just make sure you're over 21. Heathers: 506 E. 13th St. (at Ave. A) New York, NY RSVP (and invite your homies) on Facebook! ...
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Julie Klausner is much more interested in that moist looking coffee cake on Mad Men than the bloody dragon realness on Game of Thrones. She composes impromptu odes to her tuxedo cat, Jimmy Jazz. She is a lady who loves kitsch, musical theater, and cabaret (and IS NOT ashamed to announce it to the world). This is why we love her.  Julie is completely upfront about the things she loves (noodles, dogs eating things the shouldn’t and then being ok, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills)...
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They're strong. They're fierce. They're CARRYING GIANT LOGS WITH THEIR BARE HANDS. Look at these women! The Lumberjills were a crew of awesome outdoorsladies who pushed up their sleeves, pulled up their britches, and chopped wood on the U.K. countryside while men were at war. In 1942 these riveting Rosies were inaugurated into Brit forces as the Women’s Land Army and the Women’s Timber Corps. At it's peak the Corps had about 6,000 women enrolled, many of them as young as 14! They were all dispatched to...
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Oh baby. Today in products you didn’t ask for, a specialty lollipop company called Lollyphile has “candified” the unique flavor of breast milk into wee lollies. You might be thinking, ‘hey – I have all my teeth and no longer wear diapers - this ain’t for me!’ But stop right there! Step one for enjoying these suckers is to turn off your brain. “Any company can make up nostalgic flavors,” says Jason Darling, the company’s owner. “We’d like to think that we’re tapping into a flavor...
Support Feminist Media! During these troubling political times, independent feminist media is more vital than ever. If our bold, uncensored reporting on women’s issues is important to you, please consider making a donation of $5, $25, $50, or whatever you can afford, to protect and sustain BUST.com. Thanks so much—we can’t spell BUST without U.
  There have been far too many heartbreaking stories about women denied abortions this year. ONE is too many, and Savita Halappanivar’s death easily stands alone as a reason never to block a woman’s access to the healthcare she wants and needs. The story of Beatriz* in El Salvador brings more sad news: after being denied an abortion Beatriz knew she wanted, her baby has died. The newborn girl had no brain and various other health problems, resulting in her death only five hours after Beatriz’s C-section. Beatriz...
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