BY Bridgette Miller
on Sep 14, 2012
You've bought the kids their folders, notebooks, and pencils. You've packed their lunches. You've made sure they get on the bus, and you're probably going to do at least one of their science projects for them this year. But tonight, Babeland wants you to leave the kids with a sitter and treat yourself to some back-to-school lovin'.
Tonight at Babeland Seattle and Babeland Brooklyn, BUST is teaming up with our favorite sex boutique ... Read More
BY Amy Bucknam
in Style File
on Sep 05, 2012
Fashion designer Nzinga Knight doesn't use low-cut necklines in her designs, or gowns with thigh-high slits exposing bare legs. There’s no cleavage, back, or belly showing on the models who wear her designs. Why? Knight's a devout Muslim. Instead of flaunting the wearer's assets, her work's sex appeal is tied to the mystery of the covered body. "The look of my work is sensual, mysterious, innovative," she told Yahoo! News. She explained that her target is ... Read More
BY BUST Magazine
on Jul 12, 2012
We're fans of The Pervocracy, a blog devoted to all things kink. And we especially enjoy the site's regular feature "Cosmocking," which pokes fun at Cosmo's frequent and, uhh, creative sex tips. Here's the latest edition of "Cosmocking," focused on some Fifty Shades of Grey-inspired ideas from the mag's pages.
Light pink cover! Light pink invisi-pants! ...Hang on here. "Wow Your Man With These Moves Inspired by Fifty Shades of Grey"? Oh boy. ... Read More
BY Intern Ariana
on Jun 21, 2012
Corsets: only 10 years ago, the term conjured up images of uncomfortable Victorian women squeezed into difficult contraptions. But it’s 2012, and that means that corsets are now a fun and sexy option for any lady’s lingerie wardrobe. They’re everywhere, from popular webstores to specialty lingerie boutiques and even common mall shops. And apparently a lot of women are taking advantage of the corset craze. eBay has seen a 185% increase in corset ... Read More
BY Intern Tessa
in Style File
on May 01, 2012
YES! Consent is Sexy is a new underwear line with flashy, brightly colored panties emblazoned with words like "Yes!", "No!", "Maybe", and "Ask First." With REAL women (not airbrushed automatons) modeling these garments, and the proceeds going toward raising awareness, there's even more incentive to pick up these graphic skivvies.
The money from sales of this line go to a group called FORCE: Upsetting the Culture of Rape, a project that challenges rape ... Read More