Feminist Cocktails

A group of Oxford University students have decided to reinvent some of the world’s favourite cocktails as feminist classics.

The cocktails featured in the Bodies Zine, a magazine put together by the student union’s women’s campaign, include

“Cosmopolitan is a shit magazine”

“Consensual Sex On The Beach”

“Manhatin’ (Just Kidding)”

“Bloody Mary Wollstonecraft”

“Virgin-ia Woolf”

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Thanks HuffingtonPost

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iPhone thief sends victim hand-written 11 page list of 1,000 contact details

Put this story under the category of heartwarming/robbery.

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Zou Bin was allegedly robbed after sharing a taxi with a man in the central province of Hunan in China. However the real shock came when he received the 11-page letter from the pickpocket, after sending a series of threatening texts demanding his Apple handset to be returned.

Bin wrote a number of text messages to the thief;

“I know you are the man who sat beside me. I can assure you that I will find you”

“Look through the contact numbers in my mobile and you will know what trade I am in.”

“Send me back the phone to the address below if you are sensible.”

Days later the 11 page list of 1,000 contacts arrived.

Bin has since said

‘”t would take a while to write from one to one thousand, let alone names and a whole string of digits”

“I suppose [the thief’s] hand is swelling.

Thanks Metro.co.uk

Body Types Of Top-tier Athletes

In modern day Western society we have a very specific body image of what ‘fit’ looks like, i.e just look at the front cover of ‘Men’s Health’

New York-based photographer Howard Schatz wants to stop the illusion of those stereotypes up by showing how many types of (very fit) bodies are required for the numerous sports that we humans take part in.

For his book Athlete, Schatz has photographed all kinds of Olympic and pro athletes with the goal of displaying “the astonishing array of physical perfection required for their particular sports.”

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Thanks TwentyTwoWords