July 3, 2013
by The OJBG Team
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Threading a Movement

by Ally Bailey Hetero-normativity. It’s an ugly, restrictive thing that does its work in a subtle way, affecting all our lives and perceptions of the world. It has to do with the proliferation of strictly heterosexual content everywhere: in the … Continue reading

July 3, 2013
by The OJBG Team
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Riot Grrrl Resurgence

By Ally Bailey I’m in love with Kathleen Hanna. Or, I should say, I’m in love with the Kathleen Hanna of the mid-90s, obsessed with her dresses that say ‘Kill Me’ and the fact that she supported female strippers, partially … Continue reading

March 5, 2013
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OJBG’s Upcoming Screenings Around the Country

We have great news to share! “Orange Juice in Bishop’s Garden” will be screened and has been named an Official Selection of the 2013 LA Web Fest and the 2013 Hollyweb Web Series Festival. The web series was also shortlisted for … Continue reading

January 30, 2013
by The OJBG Team
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Stylin’ in DC – Our Favorite Local Vintage Boutiques

Liz. In the world of fashion, DC doesn’t really make the map. Yet, I’m actually surprised at how many uniquely stylish people I meet in the city. Of course, you encounter plenty of suit-with-tennis-shoes-wearing men and women. You have your … Continue reading

December 4, 2012
by The OJBG Team
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Hating on Hipsters

Liz. I bemoan the fact that the Millennial generation has come to be identified with a single figure – the hipster. The more pervasive hipsters become and the more ironic they get, it becomes increasingly and increasingly more gratifying to … Continue reading