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In a decades-long career, Ruth Bader Ginsburg was an advocate and jurist for gender equality and for ensuring that the United States Constitution leaves no person behind. As revealed in her final book, Justice, Justice Thou Shalt Pursue, in the area of gender rights, Ginsburg dismantled long-entrenched systems of discrimination based on outdated stereotypes by showing how such laws hold back both genders. In Justice, Justice Thou Shalt Pursue, co-authored by Amanda L. Tyler, a Berkeley Law professor and former Ginsburg law clerk, Ginsburg shares...
Confidence, comfort, and a rainbow of colors; this is just scratching the surface of what everyone’s favorite online retailer, Snag, brings to the table. You might wonder how, and the answer is simple—tights. That’s right. Tights suck for the most part. There’s the digging, sagging, laddering, and rolling, and that's if you can even get them on. But these are tights that actually fit. Goodbye tights struggles! Snag CEO and founder, Brie Read, decided she'd had just about enough of struggling to find a decent...
Every bottle of wine has a story. And for over a hundred years, the storytellers have been women, especially in California’s Napa Valley. Since Josephine Tychson became the first woman to build and operate a winery in California in 1886, women have been leaders in the industry and, today, make up 60% of the region’s winemakers and winery owners. To celebrate—and to help the Napa Valley wine region rebuild after a one-two punch from COVID-19 followed by a series of wildfires—these fierce forces are teaming...
In partnership with Reel As pandemic life continues to shift and many things are uncertain, there are a few knowns: how people shop and spend their money has changed. Trends are always temporary, but COVID lifestyle seems like it’s here to stay for the foreseeable future. Which, as we know, can mean many different things. Some people have had to curb shopping habits while others are taking the opportunity to rethink home aesthetics, construct meditation gardens (complete with labyrinths - yes, this is a thing!) and...
Avocados from Mexico. Strawberries from California. Bagged salad greens from Arizona. It’s January 2020, and yet the produce section reflects summer cravings. This seasonless demand comes at a cost: food miles. On average, lettuce travels 2,055 miles from the West Coast to Northeast during the winter months. Time in transit not only impacts freshness and shelf life, but also increased carbon emissions due to transportation. For Arizona native and University of Arizona, School of Agricultural Sciences graduate Tara Summerfield, there had to be a better way...
Picture it…your home with Sophia, Dorothy, Rose, and Blanche! Over 30 years since its premiere, The Golden Girls is more popular than ever. It's time to celebrate these four fabulous friends—and Cross Stitch The Golden Girls by Haley Pierson-Cox is the perfect way to do it! Decorate your home with framed finished pieces or use the patterns to personalize household items like tea towels, pillowcases, and aprons.  This fabulous kit includes a bamboo embroidery hoop, embroidery needle, 6 skeins of embroidery floss, 2 pieces of cross stitch fabric, and the following patterns: Rose, Dorothy, Blanche, and Sophia with "Thank You for Being a Friend" "Shady...
Featuring a new cast and special guests galore, the show that helped to fuel the #MeToo movement is now playing in NYC, and we've got a pair of tickets ($50 value) to give away to one lucky winner! Adrienne Truscott’s (Still) Asking For It (A Stand-Up Rape About Comedy Starring Her Pussy and Little Else!) is a sex-positive, seriously funny, unflinching and nuanced show about rape culture. Its first iteration, performed in 2013, was a ribald provocation that came for everyone: comedians, rapists, lazy rape-apologists, and...
Body positivity — while a relatively new term of the last decade — has a commanding presence in how we navigate the world. As it makes its way through social hashtags and the ubiquitous demand to represent all bodies throughout the media, #bodypositivity still has a barrier to entry as we’re constantly comparing our outward appearance to our value — how much new year, new you, beach body rhetoric can we endure while trying to maintain a healthy sense-of-self?  It’s a challenging landscape of messages...
BUST & Nike are hosting a private Women's World Cup viewing party in NYC, and YOU can be a part of it. We'll be gathering to watch the USA team play the Chilean team and show our support for women in soccer, and we're giving away 5 pairs of FREE tickets!  The party will be held on Sunday, June 16th, 2019, from 11:30 to 3:30pm, and will feature:  • Gorgeous rooftop location in midtown Manhattan • American and Chilean food, drinks, and cocktails from Titos and Piscos! • Games to...
  Periods. They’re a fact of life. Every month, for about a week, uterus-having folks deal with what Cher Horowitz iconically termed “the crimson wave” - an outpouring of blood that’s been taboo for centuries. It’s also linked to a ton of garbage. Typically, menstruating folk manage their periods with disposable pads and tampons. These products, containing superabsorbent polymers, single use plastics and unsustainably grown cotton, are a major source of environmental waste. In North America alone, 20 billion pads and tampons go to landfill every year. Even...