Graphic novels are awesome, hands down. From Fun Home: A Family Tragicomic by author, and recently-named 2014 MacArthur Fellow, Alison Bechdel to Persepolis by novelist/ director Marjane Satrapi, some of my favorite books are graphic novels, which is why I was so psyched to see that “Female Force” is issuing a new comic book about the lives of Angelina Jolie, Arianna Huffington, Melinda Gates and Gloria Steinem.
“We wanted to showcase the strong ... Read More
CNN anchor Fredricka Whitfield was joined by comedian Amanda Seales and writer Steven Santagati to respond to last week’s viral cat catcalling video. Santagati, author of The Manual: A True Bad Boy Explains How Men Think, Date, and Mate, is a self-proclaimed expert on the psychology of catcalling, so he offers gems like this:
“I can’t get into a woman’s head … but I’m a guy and I know why these guys do this [...] There is ... Read More
BY Hannah Baxter
on Nov 04, 2014
Hey there, BUSTies, it's finally November 4th, and that means it's one of the most important days for making your own unique voice heard! There are a plethora of different issues on the ballot in states across the nation, from the Gubernatorial race in Colorado, by which a personhood bill will likely be decided, to crucial Senate races in states like Iowa, Kentucky and Alaska. Check out this handy article to catch up on all of the politics and central issues ... Read More
Anyone who has followed the quasi-mogul’s rise to ubiquity can attest to the parallel rise to ubiquity of quasi-professional Dunham critic scholars. Regardless of validity, the 28-year-old has been steamrolled by race-conscious fans for white-washing Girls, by everyone for being naked too much, and by (probable) ex-interns for not planning to compensate opening acts on her book tour — across the spectrum, the polarizing writer-actor-director has ... Read More
Rachel Maddow resorts to schooling the outdated beliefs men may have by reporting from a man-cave. This educational video is a battle between politics and science because Republican candidate Bob Beauprez is running for governor yet again in Colorado, and is convinced that IUDs cause continual abortions in a woman's body.
This very misinformed statement will be involved in the ballot for Colorado tomorrow, Nov 4. It will be on the Personhood Amendment, which ... Read More