BY BUST Magazine
on Jul 10, 2015
If you can write, you can create your very own computer game.
Remember playing The Oregon Trail? The name probably invokes nostalgia for those who have fond memories of forging a river and choosing what provisions to bring. But for grown-up gamers, text-based games similar to The Oregon Trail are still popular, and it’s easier than ever to create your own. Read More
BY PRINCESS WEEKES
on Mar 24, 2015
Mo’ne Davis remains a better person than any of us as she steps up to defend the college baseball player who was removed from his team after calling her a slut via Twitter.
Davis, 13-years-old, wrote to Bloomsburg University asking the school to reconsider its decision to kick Joey Casselberry from the team after his online comments.
Dear Dr. Soltz,
I am writing about the Tweet sent out by your baseball player, Joey Casselberry, and his dismissal from the team because of it. While I admit I was pretty hurt when I read his comments, I felt sad that he was dismissed from the team. Read More
Recently starting its second season, Broad City has managed to captivate audiences with its outrageous sketches, hilarious guests, and all around feel good vibe. Creators Ilana Glazer and Abbi Jacobson are magnetic, and though they are blowing up big these days, they come from a humble place. "During the webseries we were never viral. It was always just the quality of viewers," said Ilana Glazer in an interview in which she and Jacobson talked about the journey from web show to full on television. Read More
BY BUST Magazine
on Jan 05, 2015
Perfect Plus-Sized Pants
When the temperatures drop, it’s high time to pick up some new pants and jeans. But if you’re larger than a size 12, like me, that process can be a struggle. If you need a decent pair of indigo skinny jeans or sweet tweed pants, I’ve got you covered. Plus-sized lovelies, meet my top online picks:
Old Navy Their web store carries sizes up to 30 at an ultra-low price. These wonderfully stretchy and slim-cut jeans are probably the most universally flattering, inexpensive denim on the market. Read More
Even though it’s a site that now features the incredible number of over 3.5 million articles written in the English language, Wikipedia’s female writers only make up just 13% of the overall contributors. But this past weekend, the international Art+Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-thon went down across the globe where around 600 participants in 31 venues collectively confronted the persistent issue of Wikipedia’s gendered bias.
The inclusion of women as contributors and subjects of the ever influential online encyclopedia is a total necessity. Read More
BY Erika W. Smith
on Oct 08, 2012
Everyone hates Pinterest! News media from the Washington Post to Buzzfeed have been criticizing what Gawker called “the Mormon housewife’s image bookmarking service of choice," and all too often the criticism seems based on the fact that Pinterest is popular with women.
Last week, Buzzfeed published an article called “How Pinterest Is Killing Feminism,” arguing that Pinterest is anti-feminist because much of the content is made up of recipes, home décor, fashion, fitness, mini-food, and “cupcake porn. Read More
BY Amy Bucknam
on Sep 12, 2012
Everything's cooler when it's scaled down to a teeny tiny size. So it's only right and natural that someone decided to create adorable tiny foods for our viewing and playing pleasure.
These miniature meals are created by Re-Ment, a collection of artists in Japan that make teensy weensy models of food items and meals scaled down to 1/6 the normal size. They're now being sold online as Barbie Doll food, and called Puchi Petite. They also make little models of furniture for diorama displays, and other assorted tiny stuff. Read More