Eurostar, a company based in the United Arab Emirates, has created a tablet specifically for women, and the result is nothing good. Their new creation, the ePad Femme, has an 8-inch touchscreen, 1GB of RAM, and Android 4.0. Oh – and let’s not forget the pink cover and homescreen – this is for women after all.
The ePad Femme, which currently costs $170, is currently only sold in the Middle East and parts of Asia. And it isn’t the first product marketed exclusively for women. Read More
BY Lan Truong
on Feb 07, 2013
Gloria Steinem, Allison Williams, and Tavi Gevinson got friendly last night at the premiere of MAKERS: Women Who Make America, a PBS documentary that explores the women's movement. Sadly, we were not within eavesdropping distance to hear what they were talking about, but maybe it was about world domination and the latest episode of Girls.
Narrated by Meryl Streep(!) and featuring icons like Oprah Winfrey(!) and Hillary Clinton(!), MAKERS will make you laugh and cry. Read More
BY Katrina Pallop
on Jan 28, 2013
I go freakin’ nuts for Soledad O’Brien. She is a journalistic force to be reckoned with, and is absolutely fearless about calling people (namely blustering, biased dudes) on their bullshit. Just last week, she took down the chest-beating Senator Ron Johnson for his incredibly sexist remarks about Secretary of State Hillary Clinton; and a couple months back, she simply laughed in the face of RNC Chairman Reince Priebus’ contradictory remarks about Mitt Romney’s stance on abortion. Read More
BY BUST Magazine
on Dec 07, 2012
Do you like 60s-era tunes? Do you like music videos? Do you enjoy things that are awesome? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, you’ll need to head directly to Scopitones.com. For the uninitiated, Scopitones were the precursors to music videos—these short flicks were created in the 1960s to be played on specially made video jukeboxes in bars, restaurants, and amusement parks.
Too weird to live and too cool to die, Scopitone videos are packed with retro charm, amazing costumes, and beyond-odd plotlines. Read More
BY Kaitlin Cole
on Oct 23, 2012
On Sunday night, 20-year-old Sharmeka Moffitt was walking through a park in northeastern Lousiana when three men approached her, covered her in flammable liquid, and set her on fire. Sharmeka put out the flames with a spigot and called 911. She suffered burns to over half of her body and was still in the hospital in critical condition as of yesterday.
The three men also wrote the letters ‘KKK’ and a racial slur on her car in a paste-like substance. Read More