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Lane Bryant’s inspiring #ImNoAngel campaign is boldly challenging society’s beauty standards: The new ads feature popular models such as Ashley Graham and Marquita Pring (who we've had the honor of featuring in BUST) wearing Lane Bryant’s lingerie line Cacique. Lane Bryant, whose women’s clothes range from sizes 14 to 28, is taking a stab at the “Angel” title that Victoria’s Secret bestows on its famous ... Read More
With Game of Thrones coming back to HBO April 12th (are you as excited as we are?) we decided to indulge in the lovely braid styles on the show, you know, just in case you wanna ring in the new season by cosplaying as one of these fierce ladies… The glorious Khaleesi Hair Braid:  Cersei’s Rope braid simplified (cause let’s be honest, trying to do most of her hairstyles will require quite a lot of breaks for your arms): Sansa Stark ... Read More
  Easter is almost here and we will (obviously) be spending the day deciding what to wear on our heads for all the parades, egg-hunts, and brunches. The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence Easter Celebration, San Francisco's destination of choice when it comes to hunting for eggs and dressing in drag, is inspiring major bonnet envy. If festive hats aren’t your thing, they’ve also got Hunky Jesus and Foxy Mary contests and a roller derby. These queer ... Read More
Do you know what's hotter than really good sex? Having really, really comfortable underwear that makes you feel super sexy. These three feminist underwear brands are not only shrouded in comfort, but are also decked out with fem-friendly slogans, body positivity, and cute colors. Here's a run down of each brand, our fave pieces, and where you can buy them (and if right now you're wondering if you can pay rent, buy take out, and rock consent-friendly underwear all ... Read More
The Kardashian/Jenner Empire has taken over our celebrity culture. There is roughly no one in the United States who wouldn’t know who Kourtney, Kendall, Kylie, Khloe, and Kim are, like it or not. Yet they were not the first American celebrity family. Long before them there was another group of sisters who used their feminine assets to get famous, only in this case it was long luscious locks rather than big rear ends. Collector Weekly untangles the tale of ... Read More
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