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It’s true! Little and Big Edie Beale will grace the big screen once again when this cult classic documentary opens in select theaters (starting at Film Forum in New York) this March, thanks to Janus Films. The East Hampton socialites-turned-recluses created a most unusual following when this doc, directed by Albert and David Maysles, first came out in 1976. The film takes place in the once lavish and stunning 28-room mansion lovingly named Grey Gardens after the color of its dunes, cement garden, and grey sea...
Black History month can sometimes feel bittersweet, since once February is over, celebrating blackness seems to end. But while it's here, artists are representing those women making a difference in black history. Then and now. The #WeAreBlackHistory series of photographs was created in order to celebrate women today who are using digital space to hone their voices and create a sense of unity in the black community. Using important online voices and pairing them up with legendary historical figures, the photographs link the women and their...
Adult Wednesday Addams has zero tolerance for catcallers and handles them in a way that only an Addams could: with swift and painful vengeance. While minding her own damn business, a truck full of dudebros rides by this updated version of our favorite Addams family member, and one of them decides it's a good idea to tell her she'd look prettier if she smiled. He goes on to ask her to sit on his face, and even calls her a “goth bitch." But never f I...
Ever walked down a children’s toy aisle and been confronted with the glamorously overdone faces of dolls for six year olds? Please don’t lose hope for the world just yet: three companies are striving to create dolls that build girls up with representations of natural beauty—and the best news is, they're becoming popular products.    You might remember the guy who created Queens of Africa to make his niece proud of the way she looked. The beautiful dolls usurped Barbie in Africa because they actually resembled the skin...
  An un-retouched photo of Cindy Crawford was leaked today from Marie Claire Mexico, and all we can say is, “Damn girl!” The 48-year-old-mother-of-two looks fierce and fabulous in just lingerie and a fur coat, caught mid-swagger like the bombshell she’s always been. As a culture obsessed with fixing flaws and stopping the hands of time, our standards of beauty are crafted by the celebrities and models we worship—most of whom are either underweight or photoshopped. Crawford’s photo is a stunning reminder that flaws are natural,and getting...