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This week on Not Safe with Nikki Glasser, Nikki explores the unknown of the female orgasm. She asks five women what they think is actually happening when a woman has an orgasm, and she gets varied responses: "Your organs are just shaking." "Things get bigger and bigger. … There's words for all those things, but I forget what they are." "Like in seventh grade when you did that science experiment with the two bottles. … Volvano vagina." She met with Dr. Nicole Prause — who Nikki calls "the Neil...
In the early to mid-1970s, Betty Davis released four classic, ultra-funky, R&B albums. These records established Betty as the most badass woman to shake it across a stage since Tina Turner. Betty was an innovator, donning over-the-top sexy stage wear that would still rival most scantily clad pop-tarts from Madonna on down. Her signature guttural growl would give even the likes of Nina Hagen and Diamanda Galas a run for their money. Davis was definitely an influence upon artists like Prince, Erykah Badu, Outkast, and...
Hey there, BUST readers! We wanted to let you know that Facebook has changed its algorithm to put a higher priority on content shared by family and friends over content shared by media outlets. Since we don’t have the money that large and well-funded media groups like BuzzFeed, Time and Conde Nast have, we cannot pay Facebook to promote our posts. This means that you will likely see fewer BUST articles on your newsfeed in the upcoming days and weeks. The good news is that you...
Rose Mageddon… I mean McGowan, has had enough. The actress-ivist just singlehandedly dismantled the public’s repugnant reaction to the very private matter of Renée Zellweger’s face. As a response to hopefully the last article Variety contributor, Owen Gleiberman, will ever write, entitled “Renée Zellweger: If She No Longer Looks Like Herself, Has She Become a Different Actress?” McGowan jettisoned her grievances about the uncalled for public aversion to the way Renée Zellweger looks. Loaning her wisdom to the Hollywood Reporter, McGowan took to the publication...
Opening Cermony lavender top, black pants, and heels; 
Lettering: nicole daddonRebel GirlFeminist rock icon Kathleen Hanna opens up about her illness, her abusive childhood, and learning not to “take shit every fucking day, in every fucking way”This doesn’t seem very Kathleen Hanna, I think when I walk into the business-casual Belgian brasserie that the 47-year-old frontwoman picked for our N.Y.C. lunch date. That’s when I stop myself. What the hell do I know about a person I’ve never even met? I’m sure I’m not the only feminist who feels like she knows...