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Instagram has a problem with periods. Recently, the social media app removed several pictures uploaded by poet and photographer Rupi Kaur because they violated the "community guidelines." Her violation was posting pictures that showed her menstruating. Part of an artistic collaboration between Rupi and Prabh Kaur, the art project was done to expose that even though we are comfortable with sexualizing women, belittling and abusing them, we are still disgusted by ... Read More
Well, it has officially happened. Texas Senator Ted Cruz has announced he will be running for president in 2016 (we’re groaning too). Aside from spouting that we Americans need to “return to the truth” and how “it’s going to take a new generation of courageous conservatives to make America great again,” Cruz has ironically been the one ending up way behind on the polls, without much support from his colleagues. But alright, Mr. ... Read More
In an age when un-retouched pictures of beautiful women are often considered scandalous, it can be kind of hard to keep up your own self-esteem. Yes, Beyoncé’s skin may not be perfectly ***Flawless, but who among us is without an occasional blemish? Looking "normal" is treated more and more like a deformity than simply being a human being (cellulite, stretch marks and acne, oh my!) and nobody can express how ridiculous this is better than the fierce ... Read More
If you want more money, you have to ask for it. And the easiest way to get that raise is to negotiate it for your next job. You’ve probably got more earning potential than you know—so let’s get down to some bargaining basics! Step 1: Do Your Research Know the average salary range for the position by checking websites like Glassdoor.com or asking peers in the industry. Step 2: Never Say What You’re Currently Making If the hiring ... Read More
There is nothing quite as nice as slipping into a soft, comfy, these-fit-perfectly pair of underwear. Smooth organic cotton, toxin-free dye, and no sweatshops involved feels really great on the body—could such an undie exist? Sure can. At Pansy, the organic cotton underwear company out of San Leandro, CA has caught the eye of those in search of a sustainable line of lingerie and intimates. Now, Pansy has gained more positive attention for their new photo ... Read More
It’s no secret that we’re not yet in a place where we have across-the-board workplace equality. It’s too a nuanced issue to solve quickly, especially without resources to heavily micromanage specific employers. One ratings site, however, is attempting to change the game, and we must say we’re pretty intrigued. InHerSight is dedicated to providing women with testimonial-based ratings of companies in terms of how well they treat women. Think ... Read More
On Monday, 46 year old Kelly Renee Gissendaner will become the first woman in Georgia to be executed since 1924. Gissendaner was sentenced to death after reportedly convincing her lover to murder her husband, and is scheduled to die by lethal injection. Though Gissendaner’s march to the end of death row will end in just a few days, other women will still be living in anticipation of their own executions. Emilia Carr, 30, and Tiffany Cole, 33, ... Read More
BUST says yes, too. It’s no surprise that women are still facing the “frat boy culture” when it comes to big time Silicon Valley companies and trying to make it big in this landscape is not easy, not fun, and pretty backwards as we see it. So while the big (little, immature) boys figure out how to not be idiots toward women, here’s a list of the women who are making it big out West on their own. 1. Glassbreakers: a mentor/mentee startup ... Read More
    In 2007, then 18-year-old Carmen Guadalupe Vasquez was sentenced to 30 years in prison for murder in El Salvador after suffering from a miscarriage. The mother of one was rushed to the San Bartolo National Hospital, a public health clinic, the day she faced complications with her second pregnancy. The doctors almost immediately called the police and arrested her under suspicion of murder.   Though there was no indication that Vasquez ... Read More
    In 2007, then 18-year-old Carmen Guadalupe Vasquez was sentenced to 30 years in prison for murder in El Salvador after suffering from a miscarriage. The mother of one was rushed to the San Bartolo National Hospital, a public health clinic, the day she faced complications with her second pregnancy. The doctors almost immediately called the police and arrested her under suspicion of murder.   Though there was no indication that Vasquez ... Read More
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