Here's your chance to get in bed with Sin in Linen! Feathers will float seductively around you with this brand new Pillow Fight bedding design. Adding playfulness to your bedroom, this soft pattern comes in soft tones to mirror the feathers surrounding flirtatious pinup girls. With artwork by the Japanese artist, Lady Weird, these sheets will remind you that your bed can be used for activities other than sleep. Sin in Linen has been providing soft goods with hardcore style since 2004. They love helping you find housewares as unique as you are. Read More
Hunger Makes Me a Modern Girl: A MemoirBy Carrie Brownstein(Riverhead Books) The ’90s were an exciting time for feminism as the riot grrrl movement gave women a voice, both musically and politically. Among the bands of that era with the most staying power was Sleater-Kinney, a group whose skill and inventiveness earned them a devoted following for more than a decade. Read More
Don’t shine that crazy diamond; keep things real by rocking stones in their natural state. Whether you get dizzy for druzy or quartz makes you shvitz, we’ve got you covered.  Bison Tooth and Raw Amethyst Necklace - $35,     Druzy Earrings - $79,     Crescent Moon Earrings with Raw Kyanite - $48,     L to R: The Prosperity Green Calcite - $130,, The Igniter Cubed Pyrite - $170, adinamills. Read More
Cynthia Chang started making sculptures in college at RISD, often as ornaments for her performance work. After graduating, she shifted her focus to wearable items, using her knowledge of sculptural objects and material manipulation. She launched her label Something Happening in 2014, with a couple of signature pieces and club-inspired one-offs and she showed her first full collection "Big Babies" during this this season’s NYFW. Read More
Melissa McCarthy is pioneering a body-positivity revolution. She’s not only changing the game in Hollywood as a non-stereotypical leading lady, but also with her latest passion project—a clothing line called Seven7 that aims to improve plus-size women’s fashion. As a kid, the actress used to cut out images from magazines as inspiration for her own designs. “I’ve been every size on the planet,” McCarthy told Women’s Wear Daily. “I have experience dressing me as a 6, a 12, and more. Read More
Suicide is historically burdened with the tenacious stigma of being “taboo”—a label that once meant the conversation was not suitable for mixed company (or any company) and should be quarantined to the likes of medical professionals. As talking openly has become inextricable from progress, this dated label has gone the way of matrimonial twin beds. No conversation is out-of-bounds anymore. Now when we say “taboo,” we mean to point out that our persistent reluctance has become a detrimental hindrance to growth. To be fair, suicide is complicated and heavy and sad. Read More
  The eclectic port town of Olympia, Washington, put itself on the feminist map in the early ’90s as the home of the riot grrrl movement, K Records, and badass lady-fronted acts like Bikini Kill and Sleater-Kinney. Washington’s capital city is still a progressive hub with a thriving music scene that no Kathleen Hanna fangirl should miss. Read More
Can horror films be feminist? Filmmaker Rémy Bennett answers.  Someone recently asked me, “Can I be a horror movie fan and a feminist at the same time?”  My first thought was well yeah of course, you can be whatever the fuck you want to be…and ALSO be a feminist. And my second thought was that horror is actually pretty synonymous with feminism when you look back at the classics. The genre tends to get a bad rap for representing women in degrading ways, but conversely this is something I see across the board in the majority of other kinds of films out there. Read More
The golden age of podcasting is upon us—everyone and their mother seems to want to host a digital radio show. But how can you compete with the nearly 300,000 podcasts currently listed in iTunes? As someone who’s produced both StoryCorps and the Moth Radio Hour, and is now Director of Audio at BuzzFeed, I can help. It’s going to take some doing to make your show stand out. And though the podcasting community is about as white and male as it could possibly be, more and more women and people of color are coming to the forefront, hosting smart, engaging shows. Read More
These days, online privacy is a big deal. Everyone's worried about being hacked, spied on, companies following their every move, exes trying to ruin their reputation, and making mistakes that they can’t fix. Often, our privacy gets violated because no one warned us about what to look out for, or who not to trust. You wouldn’t give your ID to a random dude on the street—why give it to Facebook? One of the biggest problems we women face is that most websites and apps are not designed to safeguard us. We’re targets. Read More