Eurostar, a company based in the United Arab Emirates, has created a tablet specifically for women, and the result is nothing good. Their new creation, the ePad Femme, has an 8-inch touchscreen, 1GB of RAM, and Android 4.0. Oh – and let’s not forget the pink cover and homescreen – this is for women after all.
The ePad Femme, which currently costs $170, is currently only sold in the Middle East and parts of Asia. And it isn’t the first product marketed exclusively for women. Read More
BY Jennifer Welsing
on Feb 11, 2013
In her usual funny but pointed way, Ellen has called out the Boy Scouts on their rather un-scout-ly policy of banning gay men from their organization. In a clip from a recent episode, Ellen puts in her two cents about the Boy Scouts' decision to postpone their vote on whether to allow the participation of openly gay members and leaders in the future. Read More
BY Erika W. Smith
on Nov 01, 2012
Twitter brings celebrities closer, removing the filter of publicists and managers with sometimes disastrous results…and sometimes amazing ones. Yesterday, celebrities Tweeted and Instagrammed their Halloween costumes like the rest of us, sharing some adorable, hilarious, and frightening pics with the rest of the world.
The best of the bunch has to be Neil Patrick Harris’s and David Burtka’s family’s adorable Wizard of Oz costumes (above), but there are plenty of other amazing celeb costumes. Read More
BY Amy Bucknam
on Oct 26, 2012
If you haven’t already heard, Bic now has a line of pens “For Her,” and the only thing that sets them apart from all their other pens is that they are pink and purple. Yet, they are twice the price of normal pens.
Even better though, Bic actually had the gall to ask awesome feminist Ellen DeGeneres to be their spokesperson for these lady pens, and asked her to be in a commercial, which Ellen said on her show “outraged” her, then went on to satirized the product and the company’s decision to make them. Read More
BY Erika W. Smith
on Oct 18, 2012
CoverGirl’s newest model is easy, breezy, beautiful – and bald. 13-year-old Talia Castellano is a cancer patient whose makeup tutorials have made her a YouTube star.
Talia first fell in love with makeup when she was diagnosed with neuroblastoma at the age of seven. As she grew older, she began sharing her love and knowledge in YouTube makeup tutorials. She uses makeup to make her feel beautiful.
“When I have on a wig I feel, not fake, just not me,” she said. “When I put on makeup I feel like I can embrace those features that I really like about myself. Read More
BY Diana Denza
on Jun 04, 2012
I’ve been following the activities of One Million Moms ever since the group attacked JC Penney for hiring out lesbian Ellen DeGeneres as a spokeswoman. A branch of the American Family Association (officially classified as a hate group), the club of angry moms with too much time on their hands has since whined against JC Penney to no avail, got up in arms over a GAP ad featuring a gay couple, and decried an Urban Outfitters catalogue that included a lesbian kiss.
Most recently, the group was smashed by the rubble of a superhero busting down his closet door. Read More
BY Intern Kerishma
on May 15, 2012
And the year continues to be totally excellent for funny ladies.
Earlier today it was announced that Ellen DeGeneres would be receiving the 15th annual Mark Twain Prize for American Humor. Her "unique brand of humor" and ability to find "hilarity in the mundane" has helped her join the ranks of past winners like Whoopi Goldberg, Lily Tomlin, and Steve Martin. Read More
BY Casey Krosser
in Eat Me
on Aug 28, 2011
First of all, I hope everyone stayed safe this weekend throughout the storm! I also hope that you were surrounded by good food and company. Speaking of food, recently I’ve changed my diet and decided to gradually ease into vegetarianism. It’s really much easier than I anticipated it’d be! For the past two weeks I’ve focused on eating more fruits and veggies daily, as well as cutting out the flesh foods. Oh gosh, I’ve started reading more vegetarian advice blogs and noticed how everyone calls them “flesh foods. Read More
Forbes Magazine has just released its annual list of “The 100 Most Powerful Celebrities” and it appears the past year was particularly good for Hollywood’s most talented and versatile ladies.
Raking in a ridiculous $315 million from her media empire, the one and only Oprah Winfrey kicked Angelina Jolie out of the No. 1 spot to reclaim her throne.
She’s followed by Beyonce at No. 2 who earned $87 million largely due to her endorsement deals with like a hundred different companies and ability to poop out infectious pop songs every other month. Read More
on Apr 22, 2010
Last night I spoke on a panel at the 92nd street Y. As a way to promote the event, I was asked by the organizers to write a piece for Flavorwire on who I thought were the ten most influential women in pop culture. Since we're on deadline here at BUST and I didn't have much time to devote to this, I whipped up a list of only 7, which they published yesterday, and which I am reposting below. There's a lot more to say about each of these women and why I think they are so influential, but I had to whip something up quickly. Read More