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"The Revolution Issue" Nadya Tolokno Feb/March 2017 Digital Issue

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Women all over the world are mad as hell — and that’s just one reason why BUST’s new “Revolution Issue” is one of our fastest-selling issues of all time.

I think it’s fair to say that the results of our latest presidential election made the entire staff of BUST freak the fuck out. But we didn’t just grieve or get angry; we got to WORK! Immediately after it became clear that DT would become our new SCROTUS (So-Called Ruler of The United States), we reached out to some of the most politically-active women we knew, and gathered them all together as interview subjects and contributors so this issue could be more than just entertainment for feminists. During this crucial time, we wanted BUST to be a handbook for women who want to rise up against the tyranny to come—and we’re happy to say we’ve done just that.

On the cover, we’ve got Nadya Tolokno, the infamous Russian rabble-rouser who was imprisoned for her feminist performances with her punk band Pussy Riot. Nadya's got plenty of experience speaking truth to power, and in this revealing cover story, she doesn’t hold back. “I’ve never felt more politically engaged than I do now,” she told us, and that’s coming from someone who went on a nine-day hunger strike in prison for her beliefs.

Inside, we’ve got an exclusive interview with legendary feminist writer bell hooks, who explains why “misogyny actually poses a greater threat to black women and all women than racism.” And in our hands-on guide to activism, “Revolution Girl Style Now,” we’ve got tips from seasoned pros on how to fight the power: from marching effectively; to community organizing; to change-making tips from the co-founder of Black Lives Matter, Patrisse Cullors.

Our intriguing essay from a pro dom about balancing motherhood with a career in BDSM will help inspire others to create their own personal revolution. And in our gripping historical piece, “Equal Means Equal,” journalist Sabrina Ford reveals the surprising ways in which racism threatened to tear apart the revolutionary women’s suffrage movement in America. You’ll never see Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton the same way again.

With all these features that fan the flames of #resistance, we know our Feb/March ’17 issue is really something special, and we know you’ll feel that way, too. Join us. The revolution awaits!

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Women all over the world are mad as hell — and that’s just one reason why BUST’s new “Revolution Issue” is one of our fastest-selling issues of all time.

I think it’s fair to say that the results of our latest presidential election made the entire staff of BUST freak the fuck out. But we didn’t just grieve or get angry; we got to WORK! Immediately after it became clear that DT would become our new SCROTUS (So-Called Ruler of The United States), we reached out to some of the most politically-active women we knew, and gathered them all together as interview subjects and contributors so this issue could be more than just entertainment for feminists. During this crucial time, we wanted BUST to be a handbook for women who want to rise up against the tyranny to come—and we’re happy to say we’ve done just that.

On the cover, we’ve got Nadya Tolokno, the infamous Russian rabble-rouser who was imprisoned for her feminist performances with her punk band Pussy Riot. Nadya's got plenty of experience speaking truth to power, and in this revealing cover story, she doesn’t hold back. “I’ve never felt more politically engaged than I do now,” she told us, and that’s coming from someone who went on a nine-day hunger strike in prison for her beliefs.

Inside, we’ve got an exclusive interview with legendary feminist writer bell hooks, who explains why “misogyny actually poses a greater threat to black women and all women than racism.” And in our hands-on guide to activism, “Revolution Girl Style Now,” we’ve got tips from seasoned pros on how to fight the power: from marching effectively; to community organizing; to change-making tips from the co-founder of Black Lives Matter, Patrisse Cullors.

Our intriguing essay from a pro dom about balancing motherhood with a career in BDSM will help inspire others to create their own personal revolution. And in our gripping historical piece, “Equal Means Equal,” journalist Sabrina Ford reveals the surprising ways in which racism threatened to tear apart the revolutionary women’s suffrage movement in America. You’ll never see Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton the same way again.

With all these features that fan the flames of #resistance, we know our Feb/March ’17 issue is really something special, and we know you’ll feel that way, too. Join us. The revolution awaits!