The Mysterious IUD: The Reproductive Device That Could Be Harder To Get Under The Trump Administration

by Shae “IUD” is an acronym I saw a lot in the news, following Donald Trump‘s disturbing election win as President-elect. The headlines read as: “Women Are Considering Getting IUDs Before Trump Takes Away Reproductive Rights. ” “Women are rushing to get IUDs before Trump takes office.” “Women Rush To Get Long-Acting Birth Control After Trump Wins.” I got curious. I knew it was a … Continue reading The Mysterious IUD: The Reproductive Device That Could Be Harder To Get Under The Trump Administration

The Zine Never Left: Print & Zine Brooklyn Fest Spotlights Indie Women Artists and Activists

by Shae Kahlo  In the 1990s, the zine (sometimes written as ‘zine) was the alternative to the glossy, look at me magazines of Cosmopolitan and even Rolling Stone on any newsstand or bookstore. Zines are often smaller in size, straight from the copy machine, and available on random. Street corners, cafes, and local flea markets and fairs. The pamphlet-sized items have been around since the 1930s and … Continue reading The Zine Never Left: Print & Zine Brooklyn Fest Spotlights Indie Women Artists and Activists

THE GLAM DOWN: A Chat With Natasha Gregson Wagner And Her Beauty Pursuits Surrounding Mom, Natalie Wood

Interview conducted and by Shae Natalie Wood is adored as a legend of the golden age of Hollywood. The San Francisco native earned three Academy Award nominations before the age of 25. And a crop of the films she starred in are deified as some of the best work of ’40s, ’50s, and early ’60s cinema. The classic triumvirate of her career, and that support such … Continue reading THE GLAM DOWN: A Chat With Natasha Gregson Wagner And Her Beauty Pursuits Surrounding Mom, Natalie Wood