It’s hard to tell if you’re a slut, sometimes. Most of us have heard it at least once, to our faces, behind our backs, written in a bathroom stall (do people still do that?). Read More
BY Elizabeth Ollero
on Jul 01, 2015
There's something about embroidering your snark to really pack a punch. We've come up with a handful of ways to offend your friends and family with darling-looking cross stitches!
Damn right, we wanna have fundamental human rights. Stitch it loud, stitch it proud!
Tell them who you really are. Remind them that you will, no doubt, ruin all parties and social events with heated feminist debates. It's just in your blood.
And when they ask if your emotional outburst is because it's your "time of the month," maybe these kind words are the way to go. Read More
BY Hanna Lustig
on Jun 29, 2015
Meryl Streep keeps it real. Her speeches are decidedly impeccable, her talent leaves me consistently awed , and she’s also…*drumroll* a feminist. Her recent work includes mailing letters to all 535 members of Congress to garner support for the Equal Rights Amendment.
The proposed amendment, originally passed by Congress in 1972, missed full ratification by just three states. Read More
BY Alexa Salvato
on Jun 15, 2015
Kim Gordon may be best known for fronting the alt-rock band Sonic Youth, but she’s an artist in many genres: She’s written a book, curated art shows, been involved with fashion, and now has a show of her own in NYC. Her career began as a visual artist, and we're excited to see her creativity shine once again in her original medium!
In an interview with Humberto Leon, she made awesome points about the political consciousness of her art. Read More
BY Hanna Lustig
on Jun 11, 2015
I met Michelle Phan the same day I received my first laptop, a gift so exciting that I hastily unwrapped the slick white device and threw away the user manual by accident. Powering up my beloved new device, I did a quick Internet search: something along the lines of “mac tutorial.” Intrigued by a colorful Youtube thumbnail, I clicked.
The video, it turned out, wasn’t a tutorial for newbie Macbook owners. It was a girl with long, dark hair demonstrating how to achieve something called a smokey eye using MAC Cosmetics. Read More