BY Kat Hamilton
on Oct 08, 2013
The Media Coop recently posted an article titled "Dating Tips for the Feminist Man" that offers some amazing tips for practicing what you preach. There is a lot of repetition, but you can never discuss emotional check-ins too much!
An interesting point made in the article is that, while being a sensitive guy is awesome, there is more to being a feminist than simply not being a jerk-off. Tip number four illustrates just that:
"If you don't know how you ... Read More
Breakups are awkward at their best and devastating at their worst. Well, now there's an app to solve all your dumping woes: pros Jake Levine and Lauren Leto have developed BreakupText, an app which will deliver a gentle and earnest text from dumper to dumpee. To use the app, one must answer a few simple questions about the relationship, its degree of seriousness, and the reason for its downfall, and a long, meaningful text will be sent immediately.
I ... Read More
BY BUST Magazine
on Aug 12, 2013
I've had my share of intimate rendezvous with a not-to-be-named musician or two, but I didn't realize the intricacies of dating a rock star until I was actually in a committed relationship with one.
The rock star relationship lifestyle ain't no walk in the park. Just ask the ladies of Rock of Love. Or don't...
1. They're not as cool as they seem.In fact, if you stripped away all their stage-cred and hype, they'd just be talented guitar nerds. And if you're ... Read More
The now-horny teenager of a book, The Rules for Getting Laid, has come out of hiding and couldn’t be a more hilarious look at feminism, sex, and dating. In fact, the cover promises that “Feminist women and men will try to ban or burn this book!”
Written in 1999 by obvious geniuses, David Graff and Ray Schwartz, readers get a taste of an “outrageous, hilarious, politically incorrect book [that] shows men the boneheaded mistakes they ... Read More
Didn’t auction bidding for people end in 1864 with, oh you know, the end of slavery? The dating-auction website WhatsYourPrice.com thinks not. Founded in 2011, the site instead uses a “date value” system to set up dates based on the actual prices men and women are willing to pay for a first date.
I know what you’re thinking: Doesn’t this sound incredibly similar to prostitution or escorting? Well, don’t worry because ... Read More
BY BUST Magazine
on Sep 20, 2012
The Interwebs is all a-flutter about these new photos of Amy Poehler with a maaaaan, out on the town in what, at first glance, is some sort of sexy late-night social situation. But while we love to see our comedienne girl crush Amy P. hitting the town, we're pretty sure this "mystery man" is NOT a new flame--it's fellow comedian and internet star, John Roberts. You probably remember him from this gem, playing his mom in "The Christmas ... Read More
BY Intern Christina
on Jul 24, 2012
We've all heard the grizzly tales of the Craigslist killer. We know that the person on the other end of the ad could be entirely creepy. I try to always bring an intimidating friend along if I'm going to retrieve a free Craigslist item. But what if the person behind a Craigslist post was not only NOT a murderer, but also a sensitive poet?
Enter the missed connections section of Craigslist. Here, people post small descriptions of their encounters with attractive ... Read More
Companies that sell the services of wingmen and wingwomen are growing in popularity, according to an article in the Wall Street Journal. The businesses profiled say they're attracting people who are exhausted with online dating (and have the disposable income to basically hire a fake friend for over $100 an hour). They’re catering mainly to men, since the onus is apparently still on dudes to do most of the approaching, but some offer services to women as ... Read More