This year's Glastonbury Festival will offer a women-only venue, the first of its kind, called 'The Sisterhood'.

A self-proclaimed 'revolutionary clubhouse,' The Sisterhood is described as:

an intersectional, queer, trans and disability-inclusive space open to all people who identify as women.

All staff working in the venue, from performers to security guards, will also be people who identify as women. No bathroom problems here, Ted Cruz!

Organizers explained to NME

The producers of The Sisterhood believe that women only spaces are necessary in a world that is still run by and designed to benefit mainly men. Oppression against women continues in various manifestations around the world today, in different cultural contexts.

The Sisterhood will be tucked away within the Shangri La zone of the festival. In addition to a variety of live music, guests will have the option to attend workshops on topics such as intersectionality, diversity and inclusion.

Now, here comes my favorite feature: There will also be a DIY power tools workshop with carpenter Rhi Jean.

Ladies, isn't this what music festivals have been lacking all these years? While those penis-centric bands are blaring, you just want to learn about power tools! And now you can.

If women-only isn't specific enough for you, there will be a Sunday forum for Black women, called The Love.

There will be daily dance classes, and VIP guests are promised, although none have been named as of this writing.

Still wondering why a women-only venue makes sense at Glastonbury? Here's The Sisterhood, breaking it down for you.

Sisterhood seeks to provide a secret space for women to connect, network, share their stories, have fun and learn the best way to support each other in our global struggle to end oppression against women and all marginalised people, whilst showcasing the best and boldest female talent in the UK and beyond.

Why can't there be a reboot of Lilith Fair instead? Not intersectional enough for 2016?

Oh well. Can't wait to use those power tools!

Follow The Sisterhood on Twitter or on Facebook to learn more.

As the 33rd Glastonbury Festival approaches, predictions about Saturday's headliner Kanye West now include bookmakers odds of 2/1 that he'll be booed off the stage.

The divisive rapper has triggered a petition to remove him from the line-up, and the festival's organizer has received death threats for giving Kanye the prestigious headliner spot.

Perhaps reacting to the petition as a measure of popular sentiment, Ladbrokes has revealed a host of odds on what will transpire during Kanye's Saturday night set.

While setting the odds of Kanye being booed off the stage at 2/1, they say that odds of the Mrs., Kim Kardashian, getting booed are so high, they aren't taking bets on it.

Here's a list of Ladbrokes odds, from NME

Kanye West to be booed off stage - 2/1

Kanye West to be an hour or more late - 5/4

Kanye West not to perform a song - 10/1

Kim Kardashian to be booed by the crowd - 1/20

Kanye West and Kim Kardashian to mud wrestle - 100/1

Kanye West and Kim Kardashian to sleep in a tent - 500/1

On the other hand, Dave Grohl recently weighed in on the Kanye controversy, comparing the rapper to legendary old school outfit Public Enemy as a possible historic game-changer.

In Grohl's opinion, 'It could be one of the greatest shows of all time," fueled by the fire of the petition and free-floating animosity toward Kanye. Note that Grohl admits he's not too familiar with Kanye's music.

Will Dave put his actual money on Kanye? Will Kanye's appearance be a debacle for the ages? Will he even show up? To borrow Grohl's analogy, will it be Woodstock or Altamont?

God am I glad I'm not going! What about you?

An online petition to stop Kanye West from headlining this year's Glastonbury festival has now been signed by 65,000 people.

But as we know, nothing will stop Kanye from his appointed rounds, and he either loves the attention, or he thinks it's dope, or both.

The petition on Change.org reads:

Kanye West is an insult to music fans all over the world. We spend hundreds of pounds to attend glasto, and by doing so, expect a certain level of entertainment.

Kanye has been very outspoken on his views on music....he should listen to his own advice and pass his headline slot on to someone deserving!

Lets prevent this musical injustice now!

And now the petition has inspired a counter-petition called 'Cancel all acts at Glastonbury other than Kanye West' which at the time of this writing has 355 signatures.

If only we could legislate pop culture by petition!

But let's look at the benefits of Kanye at Glastonbury: Kim Kardashian,....what are the other ones again?

Yeah, yeah, I know… I’m REALLY late to the party here… BUT…. I just fell totally, completely, madly in love with Ed Sheeran.

I remember seeing tabloid reports a while back about how Taylor Swift was hooking up with Sheeran, and I just laughed, thinking yeah, right.

But now, while I still think the tabloid reports are complete bullshit, I can totally see WHY she might want to…..

I just watched Sheeran’s totally awesome Glastonbury performance from Sunday night, and I now want to have his little ginger babies.

Living stateside for the past 14 years I totally missed the Sheeran boat, but now I’m ship shape, Bristol fashion and very firmly aboard.

If nothing else you’ve just got to love a guy who happily (and amazingly) covers Nina Simone’s Be My Husband—belting out:

Oh daddy love me good

Oh daddy now love me good

Oh daddy love me good

Oh daddy now love me good

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Bryan Ferry took to the Glastonbury 2014 stage Saturday night and wowed the crowd with an amazing performance of Let’s Stick Together.

Dude is 69-years old and he is still KILLING IT!!!

The Roxy Music front man performed a riveting 90 minute set, mesmerizing the crowd and making many a grown woman (and young girl) swoon in the process.

Slave To Love, More Than This, Jealous Girl, Love is The Drug… it was like one long, slow, 70s and 80s make-out session…

But, it was his 1976 hit, Let’s Stick Together that really hit it out of the metaphorical ball park…

And, hey, he may not sound too stellar vocally when we are watching on video playback, but, trust me, live and in person you ain't gonna get much better.

Dolly Parton stole the show at 2014 Glastonbury Sunday evening, despite accusations she lip synched throughout part of her performance.

Festival goers flocked to see the 68-year-old in their droves and she gave an impressive hour long set, with all her biggest hits, including Jolene, Nine to Five and Islands in the Stream.

Dolly looked her usual glam and gorgeous self, clad in a skin tight, rhinestoned white jumpsuit, bright red lipstick and matching nails and heavily coifed, big blonde Texas style hair.

The crowd, who had spent the vast majority of the weekend dealing with torrential rain as they traversed the mud filled fields of Glastonbury, clearly enjoyed every minute of Dolly’s performance, cheering wildly and singing along throughout.

Errr... HELLO EVERYONE... a Benny Hill saxophone homage no less!!!!!

But, those sitting in the dry, warm comfort of their homes—watching the performance live on the BBC appeared to have a different view.

Sky News presenter Kay Burley was among many who tweeted their disappointment—accusing Dolly of not singing live.

"Oh, Dolly is miming. How disappointing,” she wrote.

But, comedian Stephen Fry leaped to Parton’s defense.

"That's not miming. If it appears not always to lip-sync that’s an HD live processor issue. You see it with reporters," he tweeted.

And, Dolly’s rep quickly jumped into the fray.

"No, she sings live,” they insisted. "Some people don't know an amazing singer when they hear one."

Amen to that.