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Remember when we heard that Beth Ditto and John Paul Gaultier were collaborating on a fabulous plus-sized clothing line? Well, it's here! The line is inspired by Beth Ditto's rad thrifting skills, and is a decidedly un-boring addition to plus-sized fashion. She writes on her website that "we deserve the option to shop for ethically produced clothes that will last, pieces we can look incredible in season after season. Plus size fashion can and should include curated vintage and embroidery, beautiful silks and soft rayons...
“Behind every great man, there’s an even greater woman.” Yeah, you've heard the expression before. Now read about some of these bad bitches.  1. Abigail Adams, 1744-1818 “Remember the ladies and be more generous and favorable to them than your ancestors. Do not put such unlimited power into the hands of the husbands. Remember, all men would be tyrants if they could.” Abigail Adams strongly supported the American Revolution, women’s rights, and women’s education. She, along with her husband, did not own any slaves at a time when owning...
We've been talking about it for months, and things are finally REALLY happening. The preparations for Netflix's Gilmore Girls revival are in full swing people. Every day there's a new piece of news about who's returning, and the stars have taken to Twitter and Instagram to share what's going on behind the scenes. We scoured the internet looking for any and all photos from the cast and have compiled them here for your viewing pleasure. Grab yourself some take-out from Al's Pancake World, sit back, and...
Last weekend's Saturday Night Live lampooned the media's shock after Beyoncé dropped her "Formation" video in a sketch called "The Day Beyoncé Turned Black." The sketch, which takes the form of a horror movie trailer, shows white people reacting with incredulity and horror to Beyoncé's "Formation" video, in which she celebrates her blackness. The most shocking thing for these white people is learning that Beyoncé is, in fact, black: something their obsession with her caused them to overlook somehow. This sketch is a spot-on dig at Beyoncé's white fans who,...
We didn’t know it was possible, but now we love St. Vincent even more. The “Digital Witness” singer, a.k.a. Annie Clark, was recently asked to design her own a guitar for instrument brand Ernie Ball. Well, Annie took that opportunity and made a major statement for women in music: she designed a guitar that’s made for a woman to play.Annie’s guitar, which will be released in March, is more lightweight and with a thinner waist than most guitars. As Annie put it, “There’s room for...
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