National Library of New Zealand
Harvested by the National Library of New Zealand on: Mar 12 2012 at 7:47:54 GMT
Search boxes and external links may not function. Having trouble viewing this page? Click here
Close Minimize Help
Wayback Machine

RSS

RSS feed

Sign In

digi_login
boobtique_animaged

The BUSTShop

shop
Facebook Fanbox 1.5.x.0

Who's Here

We have 7281 guests and 2 members online
It's no news that advertisers have pretty outdated views on gender roles. Women are depicted in domestic roles, neurotically striving for the cleanest, best smelling home. According to them we're all eating yogurt to lose weight, doing yoga in all white on our periods, or frantically shopping during the holidays. Men on the other hand get to drive sports cars through the desert, shave in super futuristic looking bathrooms, and shop for ... Read More

Not gonna lie, y'all--I am way more afraid in my parents' quiet, suburban home than my urban apartment. True, I could get mugged or something on my walk home, but I'm probably never going to get BTK'd. That sort of stuff happens where nobody can hear your screams. And that sense of helpless isolation is exactly what is so scary about Silent House, a new thriller from Chris Kentis and Laura Lau, the duo behind Open Water.  Sarah, a young ... Read More

Nowhere in my life does the statement "The grass is always greener on the other side" ring truer than when it comes to my haircut. If my locks are long, I dream of lopping them off, and if my hair is short, all I want is to be able to braid it down my back like those girls on Tumblr. The most intense source of my hair anxiety, though, is whether or not to get bangs. Girls with fringe seem to always be walkin' on sunshine, seem to just know ... Read More

  International Women’s Day might be over, but that’s no reason to stop celebrating women. Check out this video, posted last week by STC Craft. In it, a few of their authors briefly discuss how knitting has fit into the lives of women, past and present. For over six years, I have been a proud member of the population of young, urban knitters. Personally, knitting has always been a way for me to produce something unique and ... Read More

In case there was any doubt left in our minds that Republican lawmakers viewed women as little more than baby vessels, this week Arizona's Senate passed what they're calling a "wrongful birth" bill. This legislation allows doctors to opt out of informing pregnant women about prenatal complications because such information could lead to an abortion, a totally legal medical procedure. In addition, if shit hits the fan (you know, like the ... Read More

<< Start < Prev 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Next > End >>



On Newsstands Now: Feb/Mar Issue

maya-web-ad-arrow
book_ad_ONTOUR
Pop up BUST Radio

Tweet Tweet

From the Blog

Girl Wide Web Links

cookoorikoo
Description: cookoorikoo makes jewelry and hair accessories with silk and cotton yoyos, vintage repurposed items and an eye toward the past; items that are easy to wear, making it simple to be fancy every day.

The Misadventures of...
Description: Sad sack, Wilhelmina "Wil" Sadface, goes through more trials and tribulations than the average Jane does. Live vicariously through Wilhelmina, along with her friends and foes – Nicotine Jean, The Nag Hag, Apathetic Allen, Wilhelmina’s string of loser boyf ...

Cocoon Apothecary
Description: Vegan, eco-friendly, non-toxic skin without compromise. Perfect creamy formulas made from certified organic botanicals and packaged in beautiful and sustainable glass bottles.

Show more...

Hot dates

The 5th Annual LADIES FIRST Art Tour
March 08, 2012(7:00 PM) - March 28, 2012 (8:00 PM)

The 5th Annual LADIES FIRST Art Tour
March 08, 2012(7:00 PM) - March 27, 2012 (7:00 PM)

Fransesca Woodman Exhibition
March 16, 2012(9:00 AM) - June 13, 2012 (9:00 AM)

The Creator's Project: San Francisco 2012
March 17, 2012(10:00 AM) - March 19, 2012 (10:00 AM)

The Black Belles Houston, TX
March 18, 2012 (7:00 PM - 11:00 PM)

View Full Calendar
Add New Event