BY kaya payseno
on Oct 26, 2015
It’s only October 26th, and actor/model Colton Haynes is already killing the costume game. Gender-bending-Abercrombie-babe blowing up my Instagram? Yes please! In the last week Colton - who acts in Teen Wolf and Arrow - posted pics of himself as Fiona, the fiery ogre princess from Shrek, and the most fabulous villain under the sea, The Little Mermaid's Ursula.
I love seeing this chiseled dude flaunting his fem side because Halloween is about having fun and doing you, even if it’s a different you than what you normally do. Read More
BY Hanna Lustig
on Sep 15, 2015
We already knew Grace Dunham, Lena Dunham’s 23-year-old sibling, was awesome in *their own right. They’re an activist, an actor (remember Tiny Furniture? And their upcoming role on the next season of Girls?) and an award-winning poet already. But as of Monday, they’re also a veteran model of New York Fashion Week, walking for label Eckhaus Latta. Read More
BY Taia Handlin
on Sep 08, 2015
We’ve entered the second year of an insane legal battle between the Japanese government and Megumi Igarashi, an artist who was arrested for displaying images and molds of her own vagina and now faces a possible 2-year jail sentence and a $20,000 fine.
Her arrest is a result of Japan’s whacko obscenity laws. Article 175 of the Japanese penal code outlaws the possession or sale of obscene objects and images but nowhere in the code is obscenity defined. Furthermore, government officials are not legally bound to specify what counts as obscene material. Read More
BY Hanna Lustig
on Aug 06, 2015
The Charlottsville Cavaliers were heading into the last rounds of the National Travel Basketball Association’s tournament in South Carolina, triumphant after a five-game winning streak in the 11-and-under bracket. Another victory seemed imminent, until an announcement came from tourney officials: the Cavs were disqualified, because one of their players, ten year old Kymora Johnson, is a girl.
Her offense? Daring to compete.
“I was, like, shocked,” Kymora told The Washington Post. “And disappointed. Read More
BY BUST Magazine
on Mar 30, 2015
You’ve got questions: He’s got answers. Changing your gender takes balls, ones you might not’ve been born with. And as Chris Edwards will tell you, if you’re gonna do it in front of family, friends, and a few hundred coworkers, you better have a pretty big set. When he openly began his transition from female to male back in 1995, the word transgender didn’t exist. Now it’s everywhere–including the cover of Time. Naturally, people are curious, so we asked Chris to give us the answers to the questions he’s asked most often. Read More