With a title like “Get Your Rabbit Out”, the fall lingerie and loungewear collection from Kriss Soonik is bound to generate a lot of snickering — and misunderstanding.
No, it’s not a rallying cry for women to whip out their favorite vibrator, nor a plea to take a pregnancy test, nor an invitation to some kind of carnal shenanigans.
Megan Grassell‘s very good year just got a lot more awesome.
The Wyoming teen entrepreneur behind the youth bra label Yellowberry reached a new peak yesterday when she was named to Time Magazine‘s list of the 25 Most Influential Teens of 2014. She is part of a roster of celebrated young people that includes Nobel Peace Prize co-winner Malala Yousafzai, Sasha…
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Fashion brands that get their start in the gay community often face a familiar challenge: how to broaden their appeal in the mainstream marketplace without alienating, or even antagonizing, their loyal LGBT fanbase.
When Laura Dodsworth started taking pictures of women’s breasts for a personal art project two years ago, she wasn’t trying to insert herself into a feminist debate or make a political statement. She was just hoping to understand herself, and her own body, better.
Then people found out about it.
Some women will wince when they see this image, especially those who have endured breast cancer.
Kate Moss‘s renowned champagne-glass breasts resemble nothing like what women are left with after the ravages of chemo and radiation, surgery and reconstruction. And yet here she is, in all her age-defying radiance, pulling down her bra to expose the familiar pink ribbon that signifies the start of …