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A Father And Son Sexually Assaulted A Woman Together, Giving A Disgusting New Meaning To “Family Time”

Whatever happended to camping trips? More »


Starbucks Baristas Can Now Wear Fedoras, So Prepare To Feel Extremely Uncomfortable While Getting Your Coffee

Yet another sign of the impending Douchepocalypse. More »


Use This Website To Track How Much More Time Men Spend Talking Than Women

Spoiler: it’s a lot. More »


Addiction And Mental Health Are Major Themes At The DNC, And It’s About Time

It’s time we all talk about our mental health and “dirty little secrets.” More »


The Best Moment From Michelle Obama’s DNC Speech Was Truly Unforgettable

Let’s be honest, it was all pretty magical, but one part in particular caught the nation’s attention. More »


Reince Priebus Wants To Bravely Remind Us That Donald Trump Has A Right To Free Speech

The Republican National Convention chairman Priebus went so far as to directly address Trump’s recent absurd accusations that attempted to link Ted Cruz’s dad with the JFK assassination. More »


Nonbinary People Still Can’t Get A Goddamn ID Because Of A “Computer Problem”

It sounds like a lot of fucking around the issues. More »


Abandon All Hope For Humanity: Kids Are Illegally Sneaking Across The U.S. And Canadian Borders To Catch Pokémon

Will U.S. Border Control agents will soon find themselves dealing with enough distracted players lurking between Canada and the United States that they have to form a new Pokémon-related protocol? More »


Roxane Gay Is Writing A ‘Black Panther’ Spinoff Comic For Marvel

She and co-author Yona Harvey are the first black women EVER to write a Marvel comic. More »


There’s Now An Online Store Supporting Artists Whose Work Was Allegedly Stolen By Zara

When it comes to the battle of multibillion-dollar corporations vs. independent creators, the corporations almost always win. Or at least they used to. Thanks to social media, the creators are now finding new ways to fight back. Example: This online store supporting artists whose work was allegedly stolen by Zara.

The controversy started… More »


10 Things You Need To Know About Woefully Forgettable White Dude Tim Kaine

Kaine is more complex than he appears (which really, really isn’t difficult) — there’s stuff to like, there’s stuff to question. More »


How To Protest At The DNC: Here’s What You Can & Cannot Do In Philadelphia This Week

I know, I know, “if there aren’t weed and drones at the revolution, I’m not coming,” but seriously they’ll just take that shit from you and probably arrest you, at best. More »


Former KKK Grand Wizard David Duke Is Running For Senate, Which We Should Maybe Not Joke About

“European Americans need at least one man in the United States, one man in Congress, who will defend their rights and heritage,” Duke reasons. More »


George Harrison’s Estate Is Pissed Ivanka Trump Used “Here Comes The Sun,” But The Trumps’ Music Problem Goes Much Deeper

The Harrison family and keepers of the estate swiftly took to twitter after they witnessed Trump exploit the homage to spring for her insidious RNC entrance. More »


Hillary Clinton Announces Her Vice Presidential Running Mate

Now, she’s headed to the Democratic National Convention with her ticket officially decided. More »


WNBA Players Continue Their Black Lives Matter Protest With A Media Blackout

Because fuck those fines. More »


Upskirting Is Legal In Georgia And Most Of The Country. Welcome To America.

It’s not illegal because there are no laws. Get it? More »


Purvi Patel’s Feticide Conviction Was Overturned, But It’s Not A Total Reproductive Rights Victory

On Friday, the Indiana Court of Appeals overturned Purvi Patel’s feticide conviction, but it’s not the reproductive rights victory you may immediately think. If you’re unfamiliar with Patel’s case, she was sentenced to 20 years in prison in 2015 for feticide and neglect of a dependent after taking pills to induce an abortion. This was extremely… More »


Laverne Cox Looks Absolutely Fabulous In The ‘Rocky Horror Picture Show’ Trailer

Seriously fierce. More »


Texas Has A Long, Persistent History Of Discriminatory Voting Laws

The state has a long history of policies barring minority voters in a large-scale conservative effort to limit Democratic votes. More »


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