BY Ada Guzman
on Jan 07, 2015
The daily life of an unemployed person in America primarily involves searching for work, personal care, and leisure activities. This New York Times infographic shows the amount of time spent on a certain activity for men and women in their mid-20’s to early 50’s, and reveals just how gendered some activities still are.
Maroon signifies housework, beige signifies caring for others, dark and light blue signify leisure time, and yellow signifies ... Read More
BY Ada Guzman
on Jan 06, 2015
Manspreading. Guys, come on. Your junk does not need that wide of a trunk. Fortunately, a brand-new MTA campaign plans to raise awareness to this behavior, forcing the people (MEN) who take up too much space to rethink their postures. If this PSA does make some of the manspreaders occupy just one seat, it'll be a relief; subway etiquette is a vital part of our commuting lives, and everything just goes so much smoother when we all exemplify it. Some men’s ... Read More
BY Marissa Dubecky
on Jan 05, 2015
In the wake of this huge year for women's rights, female leaders, and recognition of social justice issues in general, we're getting excited for the big things to come in 2015. Here's a list of the women we'll be following in the new year and the exciting projects they'll be working on.
Ava DuVernay - Already securing her role as the first black woman to ever be nominated for a ‘Best Director’ Golden Globe, the next few months will likely ... Read More
BY BUST Magazine
on Dec 26, 2014
The Lady Parts team at The Deep End Store in N.Y.C.
Lady Parts Justice Uses Humor to Fight for Women’s Rights
There’s a comedy video on YouTube in which Jesus Christ appears to comedian Sarah Silverman to spread a message of religious tolerance. When he sticks around to watch a marathon of NCIS, she asks him a hot-button question: When does life begin? “At 40,” deadpans Jesus. “But fertilized eggs aren’t people. ... Read More
BY Jamie Bogert
on Dec 22, 2014
The beginning of The Punk Singer, a documentary that tells the story of Kathleen Hanna, OG of the Riot Grrrl movement, starts off with Hanna performing a spoken word piece in 1991. She says, “I am your worst nightmare come to life / I’m a girl you can’t shut up.” While far from a nightmare and more like our ultimate feminist wet dream, Hanna speaks the truth in that she definitely hasn’t shut up. The lead singer of Bikini Kill has a ... Read More