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Gender-based violence (GBV) affects a wide variety of people around the world on a daily basis. Survivors of sexual violence are often silenced and their stories are frequently surrounded by stigmatization. In 1991, the Center for Women’s Global Leadership started the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence campaign. This international campaign takes place between November 25th (the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women) and December 10th (the International Human Rights Day). The… Read more

"Vox Lux" Doesn't Live Up To Its Ambitions

By Erika W. Smith  In Movies  On Dec 07, 2018

Vox LuxWritten and Directed by Brady Corbet Writer/director Brady Corbet brings us a new kind of faux-doc with this drama about a fictional pop star named Celeste—one name, like Madonna or Cher. Vox Lux's first half shows Celeste's rise to stardom. As a Staten Island preteen (Raffey Cassidy), Celeste survives a school shooting. While she's recovering, her older sister Eleanor (Stacy Martin) teaches her how to write music. Celeste performs a song at a memorial for the shooting victims, footage of which goes viral, and… Read more
"We have a scourge upon our land: 'tis a woman with a crown," says Scottish minister John Knox (David Tennant) from the pulpit—a line featured prominently in the trailer for Mary, Queen of Scots. The marketing for the movie sets it up as a feminist tale: two powerful queens—Queen Elizabeth I (Margot Robbie) and Mary, Queen of Scots (Saoirse Ronan)—are political rivals who plot circles around each other, while becoming aware of each other's remarkable similarities as powerful women in a sexist society. The movie's… Read more

FREE GIVEAWAY: 2 Tickets to MINKA Classes at BUST Craftacular

By Mia X. Perez  In Blog  On Dec 06, 2018

This just in: we are announcing an Instagram giveaway for two tickets to any MINKA-led class being offered at the BUST School for Creative Living at this weekend's BUST Craftacular Holiday!!! In case you didn't see our previous teacher spotlight, MINKA is a wellness and healing center located in Brooklyn. They specialize in spiritual and energetic practices in an entirely inclusive place where healing is available for folks of all identities and expressions. MINKA puts forth the idea that individual healing is a… Read more

Week Of Women: December 7-13, 2018

By Erika W. Smith  In Entertainment  On Dec 06, 2018

It's that time of year: holiday TV specials are here. This week brings us specials from Nailed It! and RuPaul's Drag Race, and in non-holiday-related-releases, we've got the Netflix movie Dumplin' and its soundtrack by Dolly Parton; a new music video from Robyn; and a comic book about life as a Muslim-American woman who wears the hijab. MOVIES Dumplin' This Netflix comedy follows the plus-size teenage daughter (Danielle Macdonald) of a former beauty queen (Jennifer Aniston) who competes in her mom's pageant, Miss Teen… Read more
Walking through the door, one is immediately drawn to the cyan wall opposite the entrance of the gallery, saturated with color as deep and rich as peacock's feathers. An initial glance reads the wall as a delicate patterned wallpaper reminiscent of a time that has passed. Walking up to the wall offers a slow reveal and recognition that those elegant patterns are in fact in the shape of the female reproductive system. A step further, and it settles in that these forms are fashioned from gold-colored coat hangers. In… Read more

Becoming Mrs. Claus

By Ayun Halliday  In Entertainment  On Dec 06, 2018

I’ve been thinking a lot about Mrs. Claus recently. Baker of cookies. Homebody. A major holiday’s most minor figure (secularly speaking, anyway. Shoutout to St. Joseph!). Mrs. Claus is not such a minor figure in my husband Greg Kotis’ apocalyptic holiday play, The Truth About Santa. In fact, she comes close to destroying the world, so hellish is her fury when her husband returns from his annual mission with his sexy mortal consort, and their two half-mortal children, in tow. Ten years ago, I played the sexy mortal… Read more

Sleigh Girl, Sleigh: Scientists Say Santa's Reindeer Are Female

By Allie Lawrence  In Living  On Dec 06, 2018

The holiday season is, once again, right around the corner, which means it is time for a friendly reminder that Santa’s reindeer are biologically female. About a year ago, Cat Reynolds made an observation that blew up the Twitterverse: MALE REINDEER LOSE THEIR ANTLERS IN WINTER AND FEMALES DON'T THEREFORE SANTA'S SLEIGH IS ACTUALLY PULLED BY A TEAM OF STRONG, POWERFUL, UNDERRATED WOMEN!!!!! YOU GO, GIRLS!! I SEE YOU!!! — Cat Reynolds (@catreynoldsnyc) December 11, 2017 Chelsea Ritschel of The Independent later… Read more

What "Twilight" Taught Us About Sex And Virginity

By Sarah Durn  In Movies  On Dec 06, 2018

Happy tenth anniversary, Twilight! Yep, that’s right, ten years ago last month, young girls were flooding theatres to watch Robert Pattinson creepily stalk Kristen Stewart...in her bedroom...before their characters ever went on a date. In looking back on the films, it becomes impossible not to see all the backwards notions around sex and virginity the films and books were feeding our romance-crazed young minds. And now, ten years later, with the #MeToo movement and the Kavanaugh hearings beginning a national… Read more
It’s been an amazing few months for women in music, and if you’re about due for a fresh new track that’s equal parts empowering and catchy, we’ve got a recommendation ready—Emmy Wildwood’s latest single, “Everything Hurts,” which we’re psyched to premiere here on BUST.com. “‘Everything Hurts’ is about the moment that survival instincts kick in during a crisis,” Wildwood tells BUST. “We’re taught as women to constantly withstand everything in all of our relationships, romantic or otherwise, so things have to be really… Read more

What Is Color Magic? Practitioner Sarah Potter Explains

By Lisa Stardust  In Living  On Dec 06, 2018

Meet Sarah Potter: curator, Tarot reader, and color magic practitioner from Brooklyn, New York City. Known for her insightful tarot readings, Sarah Potter (@iamsarahpotter) also is not just a magic woman, she's also a well-known artistic director. BUST sat down with Ms. Potter to discuss her career, Tarot, art, and magic. She will be teaming up with Kristen Sollee (@kristenkorvette) for a wonderful workshop titled “Sex & Color Magic: Riding the Rainbow" at the BUST School For Creative Living in Greenpoint, Brooklyn on… Read more
It’s the most wonderful time of year in New York City. The streets are lined with Christmas trees, filling the air with the smell of evergreens, and holiday lights glow throughout the boroughs. Starbucks has released its seasonal cups, and the frigid air has made it once again acceptable to wear sweatpants out in public. December is also a time for many of us to start feeling the effects of seasonal affective disorder settling in. The sky is mostly void of sunlight from now until March, which will cause many of our… Read more

Victorians Followed These Rules About Dining Etiquette

By Mimi Matthews  In Living  On Dec 05, 2018

With the holiday season well under way, it seems an appropriate time to review a few of the many Victorian era rules for dining in company. The etiquette of the table hasn’t changed a great deal over the years. Some rules are merely a matter of basic common sense. Nevertheless, we could all do with a refresher now and then. To that end, I’ve gathered ten tips from various Victorian era etiquette books and articles addressing the basics of dining etiquette. I present them to you below. 1) Remove Your Gloves “At the time… Read more
This weekend, artists, healers, and teachers will be heading to the BUST School for Creative Living at the BUST Holiday Craftacular in Greenpoint, Brooklyn to lead workshops and lectures and teach you the basics of everything from reiki to rolling joints. One of these experts will be Shauna Cummins, a hypnotherapist who can help you learn how to manifest your own dreams through hypnosis, and through music. We chatted with Shauna about her inspirations, her goals, and—of course—what she’ll be doing December 8 and 9 at… Read more

A Witch's Guide to Surviving the Holidays

By Madison Ann Baker  In Living  On Dec 04, 2018

Though winter is a magical season, the holidays can also make it one of the most stressful times of the year, especially for a witch. In addition to dealing with some of the more common holiday stressors, witches must figure out how to find time for their craft while facing family members who are likely confused by their practice at best, and overtly bigoted or belittling about it at worst. Witches may not celebrate popular holidays like Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, or Christmas, choosing instead to observe… Read more
This week, Refinery29's 29Rooms heads to the West Coast, premiering the coolest art installations through a funhouse of creativity. From December 5th through December 9th, head to The Reef to expand your reality and wander through the mind of Bri Luna, Owner and Creative Director of The Hoodwitch (@thehoodwitch), who will take you on a mesmerizing and alluring visual quest through the fascinating world of magic with her installation, titled "You Are Magic." Through the art of “visual storytelling” (which is The… Read more
When I was a kid, I was allergic to sitting still. Every day I sat in class, I felt like I had drunk an entire pot of coffee—before I even knew what caffeine was. One teacher's solution was to drape a weighted snake over my legs—a long, patchwork thing like a sock monkey—so I couldn’t stand up. Another teacher gave me a ball to bounce on, which probably would have been an appropriate outlet for my energy if it wasn’t so enjoyable that it made the other kids jealous. At age three, I took a pair of scissors to my hair… Read more
Where can you purchase the most delightful handmade gifts, see a discussion with feminist superstars and learn how to reduce those mind-numbing period cramps under one roof? You can do all of this and more on December 8 and 9 in Greenpoint, Brooklyn at the BUST Craftacular Holiday and BUST School For Creative Living. We will be hosting a wide range of workshops and panels including two sessions of a class called "Yoni Apothecary—Herbs We Use To Heal Our Yoni" taught by Sabrina Vedete, co-founder of Sacred Lotus Yoni… Read more
The year is almost over, but are our picks for our most-anticipated new books by women for the final month of 2018. Once Upon a River by Diane Setterfield Diane Setterfield's (The Thirteenth Tale) third novel is centered around a mystery: a wounded man carrying a dead child walks into an inn on the river Thames—and then, hours later, the girl comes back to life. Out Tuesday, December 4. Milkman by Anna Burns This Man Booker Prize-winning novel follows an unnamed 18-year-old girl in 1970s Northern Ireland who encounters… Read more
Most sex workers in movies are victims of circumstance, exploitation, coercion, and desperation. Their careers are a last resort. They live on the margins. We definitely don’t root for them to stay in the industry. But Netflix’s new psychological thriller, Cam, created and written by former sex worker Isa Mazzei, directed by Daniel Goldhaber, produced by Blumhouse (the same folks that brought you Get Out) throws out all those tropes, and is a refreshing breath of fresh air. Madeline Brewer stars as Alice, a popular cam… Read more
Claudette Colvin is the civil rights revolutionary whose name you haven’t heard of, but you should know. In March 1955, 15-year-old Claudette refused to give up her bus seat for a white passenger. She was dragged off the bus and arrested. Her actions that day sparked a movement that would end bus segregation in the US. Sound familiar? That’s because it’s Rosa Parks' story. Except it happened to Claudette nine months earlier. And was then omitted from history. a newspaper clipping about Claudette's trial On March 2,… Read more
Sophie Saint Thomas is a sex writer and magick maker who will be joining us as a teacher at the BUST School For Creative Living, which will take place December 8th and 9th during the BUST Craftacular Holiday at Brooklyn Expo in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Sophie will be teaching a workshop on candle magick and moderating a panel on how to have casual sex. We asked Sophie to tell us a little more about herself and what we can expect. Hey Sophie, can you tell our readers about your work? I'm a writer for magazines such as GQ,… Read more
Join us at the BUST School For Creative Living in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, on Saturday, December 8th at 2:30pm for #WomensWave: What Is Feminism Today?, an intergenerational panel discussion on second- and third-wave feminism’s effect on the present movement, and how we envision the future. The panel features an incredible roster of talent including Jamia Wilson, Paola Mendoza, Blair Imani, Carol Jenkins, and BUST’s editor-in-chief Debbie Stoller. These women will surely leave you feeling empowered to use your voice and… Read more
On February 8th, 2019, the Brooklyn Museum will open its doors to the new exhibit showcasing Frida Kahlo's work and personal items. Frida Kahlo: Looks Can Be Deceiving, a Major Exhibition Exploring the Life and Work of the Iconic Mexican Artist will be the first exhibition in the United States to show Kahlo's personal belongings from her lifelong home in Mexico City called "Casa Azul" ("Blue House"). The exhibition will include Kahlo's clothing, cosmetics and other personal items; paintings and drawings by Kahlo;… Read more
If the eyes are windows to the soul, lashes are your soul curtains. Choose them wisely. Model's top lashes: If you love ’em thick and long, the Miss Fury faux mink delivers. Miss Fury, $10, rougeandrogue.com Model's bottom lashes: Balance the look with a shorter, wispier Kink set. Kink, $10, rougeandrogue.com Plus: Up the drama with these massive, inch-plus-long lashes. Showgirl SG-1, $7.80, kryolan.com Super thick with rhinestone accents, these babies will serve lewks in the club. Jewelry Lash in Black with Jewels,… Read more
This year at the BUST Craftacular Holiday, taking place at the Brooklyn Expo Center the weekend of December 8th and 9th in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, we are hosting a myriad of workshops and panels at the BUST School For Creative Living. CraftJam will be teaching a class on hand lettering and another on DIY holiday ornaments. Along with the workshops, CraftJam will also be selling goods at the BUST Craftacular. We talked with CraftJam founder Nora Abousteit. Hi Nora, can you tell our readers about your business? CraftJam is… Read more
Calling all comedy nerds! Get your tickets now for a live recording of BUST’s Poptarts podcast, featuring the legendary Janeane Garofalo! Hosted by BUST editors and fellow funny people Emily Rems and Callie Watts, Poptarts celebrates dynamic women in pop culture. And, on December 8th at 1:00pm, you can watch them in action, interviewing the master of razor-sharp, feminist wit. via GIPHY Janeane Garofalo is a veteran comedian, writer and actress. She has co-starred in some of your favorite films including Romy and… Read more
It’s not easy dealing with online trolls or arguing with our friends and family about social issues. Feminists often take on the burden of emotional labor, which author Gemma Hartley defines as “emotion management and life management combined... the unpaid, invisible work we do to keep those around us comfortable and happy." Just as workers are expected to control their emotions during interactions with difficult customers, the same is expected in our intimate relationships. As advocates for gender equality, we are… Read more
“Do you think life is worth living?” the young man asked, somewhat menacingly. The year was 1889, and the man had been hounding 23-year-old journalist Nellie Bly for the past few days as they traveled on a ship from Singapore to Hong Kong. Now, on a stormy evening, he had her alone on deck, and his tone had become threatening. “Yes, life is very sweet,” Bly answered, but the man continued talking wildly, sitting at the foot of her deck chair. “I could take you in my arms and jump overboard, and before they would know… Read more
Astrologer Aliza Faragher, known to most as Aliza Kelly (@alizakelly), is known for her astrology memes on social media, her monthly horoscope column at Allure magazine, her intriguing BuzzFeed videos discussing celebrity birth charts and relationships, and her book The Mixology of Astrology, a delightfully cheeky book of cocktails for each zodiac sign. BUST sat down with Aliza to discuss her book and gain boozy astrological insights for the holidays, and learn about her current and upcoming projects. Your book The… Read more
Devin Person is an expert in meditation, hypnosis, and—oh, did we mention he’s a wizard? For over a decade, Person has been a practitioner of all kinds of magic, which means he’s mastered everything from Jungian psychology and neurolinguistic programming to ritual magic and the occult. We’re so excited to share that Person will be bringing both his enchanting energy (and yes, his robes) to the BUST School for Creative Living at our Holiday Craftacular. Though Person has an impressive background and knowledge of… Read more
The BUST School for Creative Living is back Dec. 8th and 9th with a roster of mystical, meditative, sex-positive classes. The school will be hosted in tandem with the 12thth annual BUST Holiday Craftacular at the Brooklyn Expo Center in the heart of Greenpoint, featuring over 200 of the best purveyors of handmade goods. There’s a class for everyone: Guests can try their hands at classic crafting skills such as macramé and cross-stitch, dive deep into herbalism, and participate in a variety of exciting educational… Read more

Week Of Women: November 30-December 6, 2018

By Erika W. Smith  In Entertainment  On Nov 29, 2018

November is over! The first week of December brings us the second season of the Marvelous Mrs. Maisel; new music from Leikeli47; an eerie music video by Sharon Van Etten; and more. MOVIES United Skates This documentary about the black underground roller skating community scene, directed by Dyana Winkler and Tina Brown, has drawn comparisons to Paris Is Burning. Out Friday, November 30. No Shade This British rom-dram directed by Clare Anyiam-Osigwe and starring Adele Oni and Kadeem Pearse focuses on colorism and dating.… Read more

21 Albums To Hibernate With This Winter: Playlist

By BUST Magazine  In Music  On Nov 29, 2018

We're bringing the heat with our October/November 2018 print issue album reviews, from Cat Power's first release in six years, to another raw and real compilation from Waxahatchee. It's the perfect time of year to listen to some jams—while commuting, with your new date, at that cute winter get together, or while you're bundling up and staying warm inside. CAT POWERWanderer(Domino) It’s been six years since Cat Power, aka Chan Marshall, released her last album, which is a long time even by her standards. Thankfully,… Read more
Do you like singing vagina cupcakes? Singing knitted vaginas? Singing pit fruit? Sea shells? Coin purses? Clams? Self-love? If you answered yes to any of those questions, then why haven't you watched this ad already?! Released on November 23rd, this advertisement—produced by Swedish feminine hygiene company Libresse—has been going viral the last few days, amusing people all over with the world with its catchy song and clever everyday representations of the vulva. Honestly, as someone who, many moons ago, grew sick of… Read more
BUST School For Creative Living is taking place this December 8th and 9th at Brooklyn Expo Center in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. There will be classes, panels, and workshops led by verious incredible and insightful people, and it will be happening alongside the BUST Craftacular, which will feature multiple independent artists, healers, and makers with their original creations for sale. This year, we're excited to announce the "Shout Your Abortion: Safe, Legal, and Absolutely Shameless" panel, which will be led by Shout Your… Read more
The BUST School For Creative Living will be taking place December 8th and 9th during the BUST Holiday Craftacular at Brooklyn Expo in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Kristen Sollée will be moderating a panel on exploring practical magic for artists and creatives (featuring Jex Blackmore, Dianca London Potts, Maheen Lemon, and Jaclyn Sheer), as well as teaching a sex and color magic workshop with Sarah Potter. The talk is on Sunday, December 9th at 2:30pm – can't wait to see you all there! Sollée is a writer, curator, and… Read more
The archetypical ’60s American housewife gets a fresh feminist makeover in the Carvels’ new music video for “Scarcity,” off the New York band’s upcoming EP, Life is Not a Waiting Room. Frontwoman Lynne Von Pang, who has previously performed in bands including Trick Babys and Da Willys—and is also a kickass illustrator whose cover designs graced our second-ever issue back in the ‘90s—calls her video more “#FuckYou” than #MeToo. “I’m talking about the scarcity mentality: the beauty myth, diet culture, and all the other… Read more
Among the lovely artists and teachers that will be joining us at this year's BUST Craftacular Holiday and the BUST School for Creative Living (Dec. 8-9 at Brooklyn Expo Center in Greenpoint, Brooklyn) are needlepoint experts Hello Bargello. Hello Bargello is a stitch and craft company with a special focus on the vintage craft of bargello, a type of needlepoint embroidery. Hello Bargello will be selling their signature craft kits, and founder Brett Bara will be teaching bargello workshops. In this spotlight, we asked… Read more
Aleetha Clanton is a hairstylist, makeup artist, motivational speaker, and entrepreneur based in New York City and Los Angeles, and we are excited that she is teaching a class on hair braiding as part of the BUST School For Creative Living at the BUST Craftacular, December 8-9 at Brooklyn Expo Center in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. She works with clients such as Solange, MTV, L’Oreal, NBC Universal and Macy’s, as well as many others. She has had work featured in Elle and Bravo TV. She also had her word on a billboard in Paris… Read more
MINKA is a healer-led wellness and healing center in Brooklyn serving individuals who want to learn how to thrive in every area of their lives. MINKA specialists and healers will be joining us at the BUST School for Creative Living on December 8th and 9th during the BUST Craftacular at Brooklyn Expo Center in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. They will be offering classes based in meditation, astrology, internal decolonization, and reiki. We interviewed Aki Hirata Baker, founder of MINKA and one of the healers who will appear at… Read more

This Cap Was A Modest Necessity For 19th Century Women

By Mimi Matthews  In Style  On Nov 28, 2018

The 19th century cap was a modest necessity. Worn by "spinsters" and "matrons" both young and old, it neatly covered a lady’s hair while she was at home and abroad. At face value, such a basic article of clothing seems to have changed little throughout the century. However, a closer look at the fashionable caps of women of the 1800s reveals that styles did in fact subtly evolve. Through lace, ribbons, and trimmings, ladies of the age continually reinvented the cap, transforming it from what might otherwise have been a… Read more
We’re shining the spotlight on our favorite creative folks who will be joining us at this year's BUST School For Creative Living. The workshops will take place during the BUST Holiday Craftacular, happening December 8 and 9 at the Brooklyn Expo Center in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Anna Turner Hart is an artist specializing in embroidery, textiles, and watercolor, and will be teaching a workshop on hand-embroidery as well as selling her original artwork. We're excited to make something beautiful! Hi Anna, could you tell our… Read more
My Sister, the Serial Killer opens with an intriguing two sentences: "Ayoola summons me with these words—Korede, I killed him. I had hoped I would never hear those words again." Because the dead man—Femi—is the third boyfriend that Ayoola has killed. And each time, Korede—a successful nurse with expert cleaning abilities—has helped Ayoola dispose of the body and cover her tracks. The first time she killed a man, Ayoola claimed self-defense. But then it happened again. And by the time Ayoola kills Femi, Korede is… Read more
We’re highlighting a bunch of our favorite artists, healers, and other luminaries who will be teaching workshops at the BUST School for Creative Living at the BUST Holiday Craftacular on December 8 and 9 at Brooklyn Expo Center in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, New York. One of the teachers is Jordan Catherine Pagán, a Brooklyn-based healer, medicine maker, and expert in all things Reiki, herbal medicine, and Tarot. We caught up with Jordan to chat about her career, the roles that nature and Tarot can play in the healing… Read more
The Netherlands: they don’t call it the Lowlands for no reason. As the Intercity train hurtles from Rotterdam towards our destination, outside our window, ribbons of water dissect the fields, creating small islands of green where cows and sheep are stranded grazing. But this weekend isn’t some rural retreat. We’re heading for Utrecht, home for the 12th year running to Le Guess Who? Festival, a self-described "city celebration of global sounds." This year’s lineup had a helping hand to crack this brief, with stages… Read more
The gray days are here! You know, that time of year when a gray sky means it’s daytime. When the air is so cold and dry, walking outside feels like a slap in the face. As temperatures drop, my sartorial choices are based solely on warmth. Any degree below 50 means I need to be the most comfortable I’ve ever been in my life. All I can think about it outsmarting the weather. From November to March, my style can be described as hibernation dressing. I will wear anything that could have been a blanket at some point. Who… Read more

A Letter To All The "Good Men," From The "Angry Women"

By Desdemona Dallas  In Feminism  On Nov 27, 2018

This is a letter to all the good men. To all the men who never assaulted a women. To all the men who love their mothers, their grandmothers, their aunties. To all the men who never drank too much in high school or touched a girl when she didn’t want to be touched. To all the men who think loving women is enough to stop women from being harmed. During the #MeToo movement, you said you tried to understand what we had been through, what danger had ensued at the hands of your colleagues or even your friends. During the… Read more

How Much Do You Know About Simone De Beauvoir? Take The Quiz

By BUST Magazine  In Feminism  On Nov 27, 2018

French feminist author, activist, existentialist, and intellectual Simone de Beauvoir was a thinker far ahead of her time whose writing helped shape the modern women’s movement. Think you know how Simone snatched the throne? Then take the quiz! 1. Born on January 9, 1908, in Paris, Simone’s complete given name is _____.a. Simone Lucie Ernestine Marie Bertrand de Beauvoirb. Simone Etta Palm d’Aelders de Beauvoirc. Simone Antoinette Fouque Monique Wittig de Beauvoird. Simone Sylvie Tissot Elsa Dorlin de Beavoir 2.… Read more

British Death Omens, From Magpies To Corpse Candles

By F Yeah History  In Entertainment  On Nov 26, 2018

Britain is a very superstitious little island. Every single country and county has different superstitious beliefs passed down from families, sometimes for generations. My nan would tell me that seeing a solitary magpie would mean bad luck was coming. There is even a weirdly jolly, if somewhat morbid, rhyme for it: "One for sorrow / two for joy / three for a girl / four for a boy / five for silver / six for gold / seven for a secret / never to be told." So, if I see one lone magpie, I have to follow it until I find… Read more