Rumor: Hillary Clinton Wants To Head The World Bank

By: Jessica Wakeman / June 10, 2011

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton wants to head the World Bank after leaving the State Department in 2012, several sources have told Reuters. Her press secretary denied the rumor, but Clinton publicly stated in January she wouldn’t continue as Secretary of State if President Obama is reelected in 2012 because it’s an exhausting “24/7 job.”… More »


Men Who Love My Little Ponies Are Called “Bronies” — And They Might Be Single, Ladies!

By: Jessica Wakeman / June 10, 2011

Thoughts From Guys On Our IM: When Do You Tell A Dude Sex Is Off The Table?

By: Julie Gerstein / June 10, 2011

Ladies, get ready, I’m about to have a TMI moment with y’all. A couple of months ago, I went on a date with a guy, and we seemed to really be hitting it off. He made a comment about coming back to my house when we finished up our drinks, and I was really into… More »


Tracy Morgan Tells Gays To Stop Whining, Said He Would Stab His Son If He Were Gay

By: Jessica Wakeman / June 10, 2011

Oh my. It sounds like someone needs a spanking from Tina Fey.

A man named Kevin Rogers took to Facebook after a Tracy Morgan standup show in Nashville on June 3 to share the disappointing news that Morgan is an unabashed bigot towards gays. Not like “ha, ha, gay dudes wear product i… More »


Affliction By Birth Month

By: Ami Angelowicz / June 10, 2011

New research found that birth month is linked to life-span and a predisposition toward certain health issues. Clearly, the best months to have babies are September, October, and November, coincidentally the best months to eat oysters. As a December baby, so far I’ve avoided Chrohn’s Crohn’s disease and schizophrenia (although my mental health was questionable… More »


Girl On Girl: What’s Real About “The Real L Word”?

By: Trish Bendix / June 10, 2011

Reality TV is a tricky medium. It claims to be a realistic portrayal of the people (“characters”) and themes (“storylines”) it pieces together in each episode, but viewers are often left wondering how much of it was all for the cameras. So when a show is supposed to be a “real” portrait of a subset… More »