It’s Time To Cry: A Baby Elephant Is Rescued From The Mud

By: Julie Gerstein / November 18, 2011
It's a general belief among conservationists that man should meddle with nature as little as possible. But what happens when there's a wild animal in peril, and humans have the ability to help out? Earlier this month, guests at the Kapani Lodge Lagoon in Zambia, noticed a baby elephant and her mother struggling in the… More »

Buzz Lightyear And Other Things That Don’t Belong In Your Butt

By: Ami Angelowicz / November 18, 2011
Thanks to the new book, Stuck Up! 100 Objects Inserted And Ingested In Places They Shouldn't Be, we now know that a Buzz Lightyear action figure should not go exploring inside an anus. Wait, I thought we already knew that? How did Buzz get up in there -- feet first! -- anyway? Forget… More »

20 Things I’m Thankful For This Year

By: Jessica Wakeman / November 18, 2011
This year, in honor of the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday, The Frisky staff is going to be sharing our lists of what we’re thankful for. Amelia shared on Thursday  and now Jessica is up next... More »

“The Ricki Lake Show” Set To Return In 2012

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / November 18, 2011
And now for the best news I've heard all day! Ricki Lake has announced that after a nine year absence from the boob tube -- during which she birthed some babies at home without drugs, got divorced, and appeared on "Dancing With the Stars" -- her talk show will be returning to television next fall. More »

This Is What Your Brain Looks Like During An Orgasm

By: Ami Angelowicz / November 18, 2011
Researchers at Rutgers University used brain scan technology to find out exactly what's going on when women orgasm. A whole lot, apparently. Scientists monitored 80 separate regions of the brain to measure the oxygen levels as a woman approaches climax (red is the lowest and yellow/white is the highest). As you can see, when we're… More »

Girl Talk: I’ve Got “Recovery Envy”

By: Rachel Kramer Bussel / November 18, 2011
I'm not an addict, and I'm not an alcoholic. But as offensive as this may sound, I sometimes I wish I were, if only so I could have a language and a community to help me deal with what often seem like out of control urges—a structure surrounding me to help me cope with, well,… More »