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Tag Archive | "Photography"

A “Beautiful Body” Project Celebrates Hot Mamas

Tuesday, July 31, 2012

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photo by Jade Beall Because all mamas are hot in their own way. Photographer¬†Jade Beall‘s new project¬†‚ÄúA Beautiful Body‚ÄĚinvites mothers, both new and old, to celebrate their imperfectly perfect bodies. In a world of airbrushing, Photo Shop and self-loathing, how refreshing! In the coming year she’ll be hitting the road with her now five-month-old son, [...]

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25, a New Erotic-Fashion Mag

Thursday, July 5, 2012

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Model Anja Rubik’s new editorial endeavor just launched:¬†25 Magazine¬†is a high-end fashion magazine, out biannually, that’s dedicated to the erotic perspective of women. In an¬†interview with New York magazine, Rubik explained¬†the sex concept: It was bothering me how the world is nowadays ‚Äď how we approach nudity and sexuality and beauty. I thought it was [...]

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A New App DOES Make Sending Dirty Pics Safer (Get It Free!)

Tuesday, June 26, 2012

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Once again, the Internets really DO work! Two-and-a-half weeks ago, we told you about a new app called Peek that tried to make sending dirty pics to the objects of your affection safer. The original idea: You take a naughty picture with your phone via Peek, send it out and the recipient can only view the picture once, through a [...]

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A New App Tries to Make Sending Dirty Pics Safer

Thursday, June 7, 2012

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A reader just tipped us off to this¬†99 cent app called Peek: it lets you take naughty pictures of yourself and send them to the object of your affection with a little less risk. The recipient can only view the picture¬†once, through a small circular moveable “keyhole”, for only 30 seconds before it disappears (from [...]

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Switcheroo, a Clothes-Swapping Photo Project

Thursday, March 1, 2012

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photo “Mish & Colin” from the series Switcheroo by Sincerely Hana We’re not quite sure what the point is of “Sincerely Hana’s”¬†ongoing photography project called¬†Switcheroo:¬†Is it some commentary on stifling gender roles, on the power of fashion, on power dynamics in relationships…? The main thing we take away from it is that women, by far, [...]

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Women Looking Remorseful After Sexual Encounters

Thursday, February 16, 2012

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photo via flickr (Note:¬†this is not an actual example of the meme because we are law-abiding bloggers and don’t steal images, even to make fun of them! You’ll have to visit the links below to see examples.) Back in December, we wrote about the stock photo cliche of a couple‚Äôs bare feet sticking out from [...]

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It’s You, Perfected! The Power of Photoshop

Thursday, February 2, 2012

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There are many reasons¬†not¬†to read women’s magazines. One of the biggies? All the retouched photos. The genetic mutants we call models and celebrities can beat the shit out your average Jane’s self image, but Photoshop can chop it up with chainsaw. This¬†before and after cover of Red Book from a few years ago¬†thanks to Jezebel.com [...]

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Artist Rion Sabean’s “Men-Ups”

Friday, October 7, 2011

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We once did a photo shoot for¬†The Sun, that super trashy but widely popular newspaper in the UK (you know, the one with the “Page 3 girl”). We were promoting the British edition of our book,¬†The Big Bang. We were young and naive, the photographer was old and pushy, and as he gradually encouraged us [...]

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How to Dork Out at Your Wedding Without Losing Your Cool

Thursday, September 1, 2011

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These days it seems like there are more “unique” weddings than there are traditional ones — nobody wants to get married like their parents did anymore. And thanks to the internets, those of us who are less creative can take inspiration from others and steal the best ideas — or just laugh at them in [...]

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The Media’s Pornification of Women

Friday, August 26, 2011

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Here’s¬†a fascinating but not all that surprising study from the University of Buffalo: they recently analyzed more than 1,000 images of men and women on Rolling Stone covers over the course of 43 years (they chose Rolling Stone since it’s a well-established, pop-culture media outlet) and found the following: In the 1960s, 11 percent of [...]

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