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Just one week after the mass shootings at two Christchurch mosques, which killed 50 people, New Zealand’s cabinet has committed to strengthening the country’s gun laws by banning military-style semi-automatic weapons, assault rifles and high capacity magazines, CNN.com reports. At a press conference in New Zealand’s capital, Wellington, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced; “On 15 March our history changed forever. Now our laws will too. We are announcing action today on behalf of all New Zealanders to strengthen our… Read more
The mystery of Anastasia Romanov has fascinated for decades. Did she die at 17 or live to the ripe old age of 87? Could a suicidal asylum inmate called Anna Anderson really be a Russian princess and, if so, how did she survive against all odds? It’s a story with twists and turns for days – and it all starts in a basement in a far-flung corner of Russia… Colourised image of Russia’s last Royal family, the Romanovs. (Warning: the next three paragraphs are pretty bleak…) On July 17, 1918, Russia’s royal family was led to… Read more

"On The Line" Is Jenny Lewis At Her Best

By BUST Magazine  In Music  On Mar 22, 2019

JENNY LEWISOn The Line(Warner Bros.) On the Line, Jenny Lewis’ fourth solo album, features help from an arsenal of pro friends including Ringo Starr and former Tom Petty keyboardist Benmont Tench. Since her first solo release in 2006, Lewis (formerly of the ’00s band Rilo Kiley) has progressed easily from indie-folk to country to alt-pop, now stepping confidently into the realm of classic rock. “Red Bull & Hennessey” is a top-down anthem that evokes the Heartbreakers backing a Stevie Nicks hit, hinting that this may be… Read more

Ex Hex Goes Big With "It's Real"

By BUST Magazine  In Music  On Mar 22, 2019

EX HEXIt’s Real(Merge) It’s Real, Ex Hex’s second album, is energetic without being messy, and it’s indicative of the band’s approach to music: big and raucous, but carefully crafted. The record starts strong with “Tough Enough,” which features lead singer/guitarist Mary Timony’s signature tight riffs. As with their 2014 debut, Rips, the D.C. trio evokes ’70s rock bands like the Runaways, packing a punch with songs like the booming single “Cosmic Cave” and the summer-montage-worthy track “Diamond Drive.” A three-piece… Read more
Karley Sciortino is the creator and host of the hit Viceland show Slutever, now in its second season. On the show, Karley navigates the world of sex, love, hookups, open-relationships, sex parties, sex work, sexual technology, and more in a way that is brave, surprising, and very feminist. She’s also the co-writer of the new comedy series Now Apocalypse on Starz, she wrote a book called Slutever: Dispatches from a Secxually Autonomous Woman in a Post-Shame World, and she writes a sex and relationship column for… Read more

This Docuseries About War and Peace Writes Women Into History

By Marissa Dubecky  In Movies  On Mar 22, 2019

According to the Council on Foreign Relations, peace agreements with women at the negotiating table are 35% more likely to last for at least 15 years. This is what executive producer Gini Reticker tells us, as we discuss part two of the acclaimed documentary series, Women, War & Peace. The series will return to PBS later this month. The four featured films, airing on Monday, March 25 and Tuesday, March 26, tell stories of women who’ve risked their lives for peace and altered history in the process. Reticker, who… Read more
Directed by female filmmaking trio Ivana Hucikova, Sarah Keeling, and Grace Remington, Into My Life celebrates the lives of two African-American women, Cassandra Bromfield and her late mother, M. Elaine – a school teacher and creatively gifted filmmaking enthusiast who captured their lives and their community living in Brooklyn’s largest affordable housing cooperative, Lindsay Park. Centering around Bromfield’s life, the tender award-winning short documentary dives into her fond memories of growing up in the co-op,… Read more
They say that there is nothing new under the sun. But, they, surely had not heard of Taali yet. Taali, the singer-songwriter-producer is nothing short of refreshing. Having written for other pop singers in Los Angeles, Taali is here, delivering her debut album, “I Am Here” with a polished sound all her own: Contemporary Jewish Pop. Full of thoughtfulness, genuine intentions, powerful imagery, and airy harmonies, the 15-track album, is proof that Taali and her much needed positivity, are here to stay. Below, Taali… Read more

Week Of Women: March 22-28, 2019

By Lydia Wang  In Entertainment  On Mar 21, 2019

Our female-fronted pop culture picks for the week are here! Ring in Aries season with the last season of Jane the Virgin, new tunes by Jenny Lewis, and so much more. MOVIES/TV Jane the Virgin Jane is back for a fifth and final season! Between this and the show’s upcoming spinoff, the CW is definitely giving us all the soapy television we’ve been craving (or is it just me?). The show returns March 27, but if you need something to tide you over, check out our 2017 cover story with star Gina Rodriguez. Us Jordan Peele’s… Read more

How To Find The Perfect Equipment For Chastity Play

By BUST Magazine  In Sex  On Mar 21, 2019

We're bringing you this Q&A from the Sex Files in our March/April 2019 print issue, featuring advice from sexologist Dr. Carol Queen. My partner and I are interested in chastity play, but after a day or two the device slips off his genitalia. We’ve bought many devices and always find the same problem. Because he is a “grower,” the size of his penis can vary. Can you suggest a chastity device we can use for long-term play? –Locked Down and Loving It In order for you both to enjoy chastity play—a BDSM practice where… Read more
After getting approved for an interactive badge at South By Southwest, the sprawling music, film, and education festival that takes over Austin, Texas during spring break, I was pretty stoked to hit up all the panels. Once I planned which panels and sessions I’d cover for my day job, I scanned the schedule to see which other events I didn’t want to miss. Translation: events tailored to my thirst for female empowerment, intersectional activism, and inspiration. While I wasn’t able to hit up every session I would have… Read more

Apps, Friend Dates, And One Woman's Quest To Form Bonds IRL

By BUST Magazine  In Living  On Mar 21, 2019

How many friends do you have on social media? How many likes have you gotten and given today? And of the hundreds of online acquaintances who know your lunch was lit (insert fire emoji here), how many of them have you actually had lunch with? In this increasingly online world, it sometimes feels like the only real connection going on is the one between our phones and Wi-Fi providers. After getting fed up with measuring my own self-esteem via social media interactions, I bowed out—save for the occasional rant on Twitter… Read more
In the Maine state legislature, state representative Richard Pickett of Dixfield (take a moment to consider how fitting the name is) just voted against a measure that would have provided free menstrual supplies to incarcerated women, transgender, and nonbinary people. Rep. Pickett stated in a hearing: “Quite frankly, and I don’t mean this in any disrespect, the jail system and the correctional system was never meant to be a country club,” According to the Maine Beacon, Whitney Parrish, director of policy and program… Read more
Victorians had plenty of advice on how and when a lady should offer a word of gratitude, especially when that gratitude was in response to a service rendered by a gentleman stranger. Some believed that it wasn’t fashionable for ladies to thank strange gentlemen for small courtesies—e.g., holding doors for them or giving up their seats on a crowded public conveyance. To do so was considered unpolished and countrified. Better that ladies say nothing and accept such little services as their due. Others vehemently… Read more
In a un-American fashion, Netflix canceled One Day at a Time, a family sitcom featuring Hollywood royalty, Rita Moreno, and a predominantly Latinx cast. After three solid seasons, the show’s ending came at the worst time, when Latinx communities are constantly being villainized by the United States president. Former showrunner, Gloria Calderón Kellett tweeted a hopeful objective to find a new home for the series and for the relatable characters, many of whom are strong-willed women whose lives and struggles are rarely… Read more

Nab Chloë Sevigny's Top Beauty Must-Haves For Yourself

By BUST Magazine  In Style  On Mar 20, 2019

THE PERENNIAL “IT” GIRL SHARES HER EVERYDAY BEAUTY FAVES Chloë Sevigny has been a style icon since, oh, 1992, when she was just a wee baby intern at Sassy magazine rocking an overalls dress and a patchwork hat. Since then, she’s starred in a bajillion indie movies and TV shows (Kids, Boys Don’t Cry, Big Love, American Horror Story), modeled for Vogue, designed collections for Opening Ceremony, and made everything from suspenders to slinky red-carpet gowns look completely cool and effortless. Now she’s starring opposite… Read more
The Source of Self-Regard: Selected Essays, Speeches, and MeditationsBy Toni Morrison(Knopf) This is not an introduction to Toni Morrison’s work, nor is it written for readers unfamiliar with her novels. Instead, The Source of Self-Regard serves best as a complement to the Pulitzer-Prize winner’s collected works. Through essays, speeches, and meditations organized into three parts, Morrison tackles race, writing, revision, feminism, and the connections between art and politics. She also tempts readers to explore her… Read more

Suffering Blows: One Woman’s Journey With Grief

By Sam Jones  In Living  On Mar 19, 2019

At some point in life we all experience various levels of suffering –and regardless of which faith you follow, most people can agree that suffering is simply part of being human. But, is there a way for us to grow from suffering? I wrote this very candid piece for friends, family and strangers who may be suffering right now; hopefully knowing that you’re not alone can make the devastation a bit more bearable. It was my senior year of High School when I, in all of my naiveté, chose DARE during what started out as an… Read more
This past Monday, the ladies of Berlin were able to purchase discounted metro, bus, and tram tickets for a good cause. The Frauenticket was available for 21% less than usual (€5.50 instead of €7) to highlight the fact that on average, German women earn 21% less than their male counterparts. This particular statistic is higher than many other European countries. The Guardian reports: “While Italy and Belgium have an average difference between men’s and women’s income of less than 5%, Germany’s figure means it joins… Read more
RX: A Graphic MemoirBy Rachel Lindsay(Grand Central Publishing) RX took shape in a New York mental hospital where author Rachel Lindsay was being treated for a manic episode courtesy of bipolar disorder. And though it looks like it probably took forever to complete, it’s a quick, engrossing read. Beginning at an ironic job selling ads for depression meds—“I found myself passing for sane in the most extreme scenario I could imagine”—Lindsay’s simple but elaborate artwork expertly illustrates the undefined areas and… Read more
Yumi Nagashima (@yumicomedy) is the kind of comedian who continues to surprise. The Japanese-born Vancouver-based standup's brand of observational humor and deadpan delivery is delighting audiences nationwide. A YouTube clip from one of her sets has recently gone viral with over 400,000 views. In the video, titled "Japanese Sweet Bite Technique," Nagashima casually addresses the lackluster sex life of a couple, seated in the front row, mulling over different methods of oral sex for them. In her new debut album, My Name… Read more
Mercury retrograde has been in full swing since March 5th. Which, in case you haven’t noticed, is the reason behind most recent drama—including “The Great Instagram/Facebook Meltdown of 2019.” Planet of communication and movement, Mercury, will continue to move backwards in retrograde motion until March 28th, leaving us one more week filled of wonky technological issues. Due to recent blunders, from Mercury’s backwards journey, @astrologybklyn, which is headed by Demetrius Bagley and Mikolaj Wilk, are providing us all… Read more

Conquer Your Taste Buds With This Spring Inspired Salad

By BUST Magazine  In Eat Me  On Mar 19, 2019

Veni, Vidi, Vici Salad SUNFLOWER-POWERED CAESAR DRESSING JAZZES UP A BEVY OF SPRING VEGETABLES Winter is almost over, but the urge to carb load isn’t. Meet the onslaught of spring veggies in the middle by digging into a salad of hearty potatoes and chickpeas, spiked with capers, olives, and sugar snap peas and paired with your favorite fresh greens. Layer salad dressings for maximum flavor: dress the greens with a simple vinaigrette, then garnish everything else with a creamy, sunflower-seed based Caesar dressing. Snap… Read more
Last Friday, the marching sounds of young environmentalists could be heard throughout the world as hundreds of thousands of students walked out of class and took to the street to demand that politicians and world leaders take serious measures on the undeniable fact that our climate is in crisis. The #FridaysForFuture movement began in August 2018 when Greta Thunberg, who, in her Twitter bio, describes herself as "a 16-year-old climate activist with Asperger," started skipping school every Friday to protest outside… Read more

Make An Emergency Plan for Your Four-Legged Family Members

By BUST Magazine  In Living  On Mar 18, 2019

Natural disasters—fires, hurricanes, earthquakes—seem to be coming fast and furious these days. I was living in the British Virgin Islands in 2017, when Hurricanes Irma and Maria steamrolled us, destroying animal shelters along with 85 percent of housing. Residents had to evacuate in a hurry, and many pets got left behind. In California, where I live now, during the record-breaking wildfires of 2018, there were dogs, cats, horses, and even llamas needing rescue. When disaster strikes, things move quickly. Include your… Read more

Celebrate Women In Music At Lilith Grunch!

By Francesca Volpe  In Entertainment  On Mar 15, 2019

Do you enjoy brunch, but like sleeping late more? If so, you will love Grunch, New York City’s only grunge brunch that combines the best of both parties. And, to celebrate Women’s History Month, Grunch is spotlighting the Lilith Fair, the first all-female music touring festival. Be there March 17th at Huckleberry Bar where resident DJs That's So Raben, DJ Wonder and Big Vic will turn the clock back to the '90s when women were dominating the music charts and radio. There also will be live performances from special… Read more

Relax and Recharge with Hypnosis by Shauna Cummins

By Laurie  In Living  On Mar 15, 2019

I've been lucky enough to work with NY-based Hypnotist Shauna Cummins privately; her sessions are incredibly relaxing and recharging, almost psychedelic. She practices here in Brooklyn (Maha Rose) as well as her private office in Manhattan, or you may have taken her class at one of our School for Creative Living events. Shauna recently released an audio track which allows you to experience deep, positive suggestions in the privacy of your own home, or anywhere. Better Everyday is a self-hypnosis binaural track created… Read more
Fat acceptance writer and activist Lindy West has been wielding her pen like a sword for over a decade. Here, she dishes on her new Hulu show, writing large characters who actually get laid, and ranking the judges on Chopped. Author and humorist Lindy West is a refreshing and complex contradiction. Best known as the author of the popular memoir Shrill: Notes from a Loud Woman, and for her New York Times opinion columns where she often tackles topics surrounding both feminism and fat positivity, she’s a frequent… Read more
On the same day that David Beckham stood in front of a newly unveiled statue of himself in L.A. and called it a dream come true, the United States Women’s National Soccer Team celebrated Women’s History Month by wearing inspirational women’s names on the back of their jerseys during their game against England. While Beckham stated that he hoped his kids would be able to see what he “created” and that it would likely make them proud, the members of the U.S. women’s team chose to honor inspirational women like Sojourner… Read more

5 Female Geniuses From History You Need To Know

By F Yeah History  In Feminism  On Mar 15, 2019

1. HYPATIA Hypatia was a genius. She was a mathematician, astronomer and inventor. Our babe had some serious brains and was also ballsy as fuck. She’s one of the first recorded women in mathematics—if not the first. Yeah, we haven't even started and you already KNOW she's the greatest... Hypatia was born sometime between 350-37 BC in Alexandria (an Egyptian province). Her dad, Theon, was one of the last members of the Library of Alexandria (an incredibly fancy palace of knowledge). A famed mathematician, Daddy Hypatia… Read more

4 Cute RBG Gifts To Give Yourself On The Justice's Birthday

By BUST Magazine  In Style  On Mar 15, 2019

The ultimate Supreme once famously said, “There will be enough women on the Supreme Court when there are nine.” Rule the streets with these accessories that do the Justice justice. 1. Ruth Bader Ginsburg the Notorious RBG Hi-Top Sneakers, $82, kayciwheatley.com 2. Ruth Bader Ginsburg Black/Dark Navy Floral Snapback, $25, hybridapparel.etsy.com 3. When There Are Nine Library Book Bag, $22, starkleshop.etsy.com 5. Dissent Collar Pin XL Edition, $17.95, dissentpins.com By Callie WattsTop photo by Diggy Lloyd This article… Read more

The Best Sex Positions For Thick-Thighed Babes

By BUST Magazine  In Sex  On Mar 14, 2019

We're bringing you this Q&A from the Sex Files in our March/April 2019 print issue, featuring advice from sexologist Dr. Carol Queen. I can’t find any useful advice on how to best enjoy sex as a really thick-thighed individual. All I seem to hear is missionary, cowgirl, and doggy-style positions, and it’s hard to do doggy style when your partner’s dick is not long enough to compensate for the space your ass takes up. I don’t want to be limited to two positions, so what can I do? –Thick Thighs Save Lives Anything that… Read more

Week Of Women: March 15-21, 2019

By Lydia Wang  In Entertainment  On Mar 14, 2019

As far as most of us at BUST are concerned, women are always making the best art—but this week is truly a standout. Including Hulu’s two addictive new shows about complicated women and new books by Claudia Rankine and Siri Hustvedt, here’s our can’t-miss list. MOVIES/TV Shrill Aidy Bryant stars in this adaptation of Lindy West’s memoir, all about a woman navigating her journalism career, some seriously shitty men, and fatphobia. Out on Hulu March 15, and review (and interview with West, who executive produced the… Read more

Inside The “Body Neutrality” Movement

By Kate Harveston  In Living  On Mar 14, 2019

It's one of those days. Eyeliner resembling Rocky Raccoon's sister, despite redoing it three times. A forgotten umbrella leading to a damp suit and ruined hair. A day of minor unfortunate events resulting in the drowning of sorrows in a pint of Ben & Jerry's. Everyone has days when they feel horrible about themselves, and guess what? That's OK. At the start of the new millennium, women around the world embraced the body positivity movement. Women across social media posted selfies in gym attire with hashtags of… Read more

The Good, The Bad, And The Importance of SCUM Manifesto

By Zoë Naseef  In Books  On Mar 14, 2019

“Life in this society being, at best, an utter bore and no aspect of society being at all relevant to women. There remains to civic-minded, responsible, thrill-seeking females only to overthrow the government, eliminate the money system, institute complete automation, and destroy the male sex.” I first bought a copy of SCUM Manifesto at Wooden Shoe, the anarchist bookstore in Philadelphia in 2013. I did not know a lot about it but I read the text (as shown above) and felt instantly understood. From one page to the next… Read more

"The World According To Fannie Davis" Is A Stunning Tribute

By BUST Magazine  In Books  On Mar 14, 2019

The World According To Fannie Davis: My Mother’s Life in the Detroit NumbersBy Bridgett M. Davis(Little, Brown and Company) The title of Bridgett M. Davis’ third book, her first memoir, says a lot, but not everything. Yes, this is the story of her mom’s life in the ’60s and ’70s running the Detroit “Numbers,” the underground lottery started by the Black community. Unlike the lotto we know now, the Numbers were illegal, which makes Fannie’s empire the kind of history lesson you don’t get in school. Davis breaks down the… Read more

Singer-Songwriter Meg Mac On Her New Song, "Something Tells Me"

By Willa Bennett  In Music  On Mar 14, 2019

Meg Mac finds it impossible to effectively describe the sound of her music. Instead of searching for words to illustrate her unique tone, Mac says that she wants her live concerts to speak for themselves. She tells BUST in the middle of her US tour, “Performing live is the best part of it all. Touring and traveling. The best way to gain an insight [into my work] is to come to one of my shows. My live performance offers a much deeper understanding of what I do.” Inspired by like-minded artists such as Sam Cooke, Nina… Read more

This Pour-Over Is A Brew Coup

By BUST Magazine  In DIY  On Mar 13, 2019

Vietnamese coffee—with its dark, espresso-like brew tempered by sweetened condensed milk—is probably not something you ever thought you could easily make at home, let alone at your office, in a hotel, or while camping. But now, thanks to the woman-owned Copper Cow Coffee, you can. This ain’t your bà nội’s instant-coffee; each five-serving set includes ingenious single-serve pour-over filters filled with sustainably sourced organic coffee, plus packets of sweetened condensed milk. All you need is hot water, a mug, and a… Read more
Stealing a horse during the 19th century was a serious crime. Those convicted could be heavily fined, sent to prison, sentenced to hard labor, or even executed. But what if the horse thief in question was only a child? Unsurprisingly, there were many incidents of child horse thieves in Victorian England. Not all were hardened street criminals. Some were simply immature youths tempted by the opportunity of an open stable door and the chance to make an easy few pounds. An 1886 issue of the Dundee Evening Telegraph… Read more
Minding the Store: A Big Story About a Small BusinessBy Julie Gaines, Illustrated by Ben Lenovitz(Algonquin Books) The checkerboard logo and quirky name that has been part of the lives of New Yorkers for 30 years gets a charming origin story in Minding the Store, a graphic memoir tracking the evolution of vintage tableware store Fishs Eddy. The story follows husband and wife Julie Gaines and David Lenovitz as they go from 20-somethings dumpster diving to find the perfect kitchen stuff to fill their new shop, to parents… Read more
When I was thirteen, I didn’t feel like I fit in. I looked like a pre-makeover Anne Hathaway in The Princess Diaries. I liked listening to Nirvana and writing in my journal and playing The Sims 2 alone in my room. I was not particularly fond of George W. Bush, yet I went to a Christian school in Texas. I had friends, and I wasn’t made fun of, but I didn’t quite belong. It’s not the most shocking event in the world when your formerly sweet and wide-eyed child falls sullen, entering the emotional mindfuck known as middle… Read more

Brie Larson as Captain Marvel Soars at the Box Office

By Kat McQuade  In Movies  On Mar 12, 2019

This past weekend, Marvel Studio’s newest release, Captain Marvel made $455 million globally and $153 million domestically. Surpassing multiple Marvel films like Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Ant-Man, and Doctor Strange, it’s among the top earners for opening weekend for Marvel Studios. It has also garnered the spot as the sixth highest global debut of all time. Starring Brie Larson (Room, Short Term 12), Samuel L. Jackson (Pulp Fiction, Avengers) and a twelve-year-old orange tabby cat named Reggie, Captain Marvel… Read more

DIY Your Nails With Real Dried Flowers For Some Botanical Beauty

By BUST Magazine  In DIY  On Mar 12, 2019

Spring is here, which means it’s time to flaunt florals. This detailed, easier-than-it-looks design by nail artist extraordinaire Miss Pop is made using real (!) dried flowers, perfect for sprucing up your hand sitch while keeping a little plant magic at your fingertips. You’ll need a few specialized items, including a bonding top coat, a wax pencil for petal placement, and, of course, teeny-tiny dried flowers specifically purposed for nail art, which can be found on Amazon (just search “nail art dried flowers”) or at… Read more
The Trial of Lizzie Borden: A True StoryBy Cara Robertson(Simon & Schuster) Lizzie Borden took an axe…or did she? The famous rhyme is succinct and damning. And Cara Robertson’s immersive telling of the trial of Lizzie Borden—accused of killing her father and stepmother in the home they shared in Fall River, MA, in 1892—is neither, and spares no details. Rich in the context of race, class, sex, and society, a portrait of the town, where these grisly murders took place, surrounds the story of unmarried, unhappy,… Read more
Whoa oh, oh oh…. Girl group music is literally the BEST and it never gets the respect from rock critics that it so richly deserves. Joining us to tackle this tasty topic is one of the world’s foremost experts on the subject. DJ Sheila B hosts Sophisticated Boom Boom on WFMU, an amazing radio show that celebrates female-fronted pop from the past, present, and future, and from all over the globe. She’s brought her legendary record collection to girl pop dance parties from New York to London to Tokyo, was recently… Read more
The Summer of Dead BirdsBy Ali Liebegott(The Feminist Press at CUNY) “I’d stop looking for dead things / if there’d stop being dead things everywhere,” Ali Liebegott writes in the opening of The Summer of Dead Birds, which is pretty much what it’s like to enter middle-age in a nutshell. In this, her fourth book, Liebegott addresses her ex-wife, her reader, and herself in a longform poetic aria of loss, an unconventional memoir spanning a summer when things fall apart, beginning with the loss of a bird – harbinger of… Read more

Corita Kent Was A Pop-Art Pioneer—And A Catholic Nun

By BUST Magazine  In Arts  On Mar 11, 2019

Imagine a crowd of young women wearing vividly-colored clothing with flowers in their hair, converging under a sea of signs and banners with bright, colorful images and slogans inspired by supermarket products— “Fresh Eggs,” “God Likes Canned Peaches”—waving under a bright blue sky. Acoustic guitars strum folk songs while people sing and dance along. Now, imagine that this celebration is also full of Catholic nuns in traditional habits, wearing flower garlands over their black-and-white wimples. The year is 1964, the… Read more
AMANDA PALMERThere Will Be No Intermission(Cooking Vinyl) Amanda Palmer’s crowdfunded new solo album is about life now. Her lyrics refer candidly to motherhood (“A Mother’s Confession”) and the deeper meanings we put on inanimate objects (“The Thing About Things”). Survival is key on this 20-track album, making it hard to get through in one sitting. This is not necessarily a bad thing, though, since pausing to take in “Drowning in the Sound,” a panic-driven climate-change tale, feels necessary. “The Ride,” an… Read more

Julianne Moore Shines As "Gloria Bell"

By BUST Magazine  In Movies  On Mar 08, 2019

Gloria BellCo-written and directed by Sebastián LelioOut March 8 It’s rare to see a movie with a middle-aged woman as its protagonist, much less a joyous, hopeful one who laughs and dances and has hot sex with other middle-aged people—but Gloria Bell is here to fill that gap. Julianne Moore stars as Gloria, a bespectacled office professional who can’t resist a dance floor, a dinner party, or a date with John Turturro’s Arnold, a tender fellow divorcé. That’s not to say that Gloria’s life is all wine, roses, and… Read more
Here at F Yeah History, we love women who boss at everything. Be it literature, politics, art, employment, activism – the two women you’re going to read about next had it ALL. Star of the stage Ellen Terry and her thespian daughter, Edith Craig, were two of the jazziest, energetic, and engaging characters of the early 20th century. From defying social norms to sticking it to theatre censorship laws, Ellen and Edith shook up the world they lived in, and everybody they met along the way. Hooked? Good. Let’s start with… Read more