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The great thing about Bust is that it has substance and is fun to read. There are never articles like "How to Look Thinner," "Choose the Right Anti-Aging Surgical Procedure," and other inane, self-hate-inducing garbage typically found in mainstream women's mags. By contrast, Bust has articles on female stand-up comedians, women who travel the world volunteering, and how to choose the right vibrator or electric guitar. (These are also great examples of how Bust has a more lighthearted tone than Ms. or [...].) [MM edit: Thanks a lot, Amazon, for editing out the word B**ch right there -- it's the name of a feminist magazine, not a derogatory term. Just shows you how far we still have to come.]
Bust's regular features include:
* Feminist interest columns -- Pop Tart, a tongue-in-cheek take on current pop culture; Museum of Femoribilia, with articles on women's cultural objects (swimsuit bra cups, restrictive petticoats, girls' toys, etc. Read more ›
This magazine has great interviews funky craft tips, a monthly mechanic's column, and really great back of the magazine ads. Highly recommended. The accompanying website could be better but check it out anyway.
This magazine does have its faults though. They act sometimes as if those who don't share their views are either less intelligent or just plain odd. That's not extremely usual, but you do run across it every now and then. It's not as if they put down other view points, but they do make a quiet point in letting the reader know what point of view is probably "preferred."
Still, it's a great magazine that brings something more to the table than just "how to get a man," "how to satisfy your man," or "Lindsay and Paris are the best!!" Also I love how women who are not incredibly mainstream are featured on its covers - and how the magazine targets different races and differet body shapes without making it a point to say that they are doing it to be nice to others (or to suddenly have these different images in an issue titled something like: 'Everyone is awesome! Girls should love themselves!'). They just do it because that's how women/girls are, which is greatly appreciated.