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4 Myths About Fat Bodies And Weight Loss, Which Don’t Work At All How You Think

A new  study just revealed how extreme weight loss negatively impacts fat bodies, exposing a number of myths about weight loss.

Here Are All Best Outfits From The Met Gala 2016 Red Carpet

Tonight marks the 60th annual Met Gala, which leaves some people feeling excited to attend, others feeling left out, and the rest of us wondering: what exactly is the Met Gala? For those vaguely familiar but not-too-sure, the Met Gala is a yearly fundraiser full of well-moneyed artists and culture-makers drinking expensive wine in black tie, all to…

Kerry Washington Is Pregnant With Her Second Child, & Fans Are Having Feelings About It

As you can expect, fans of Washington had their own feelings about the newly fertilized fetus, ranging from ecstatic for the familial addition, to entitled for more details (the public owns her after all).

Amy Schumer Will Still Take Pictures With Her Fans, But Only If She Wants To

With great power comes great responsibility — and often throngs of disrespectful fans. Really, no matter how you feel about her comedy, it's undeniable that Amy Schumer is currently navigating the veritable shit-storm of newly acquired fame with an impressive amount of chill. After she was harassed by an entitled fan last weekend in Greenville, North…

Toddlers Have Already Shot 23 People This Year And It’s Only May

According to a report via the Washington Post, American children aged three and under have shot at least 23 people in 2016 which is a five person increase since last year. In an analysis from October 2015 conducted by reporter Christopher Ingraham, the nation's toddlers were shooting people at an average rate of one per week.

Katy Perry Wants A World-Wide Social Media Blackout And It’s Not The Worst Idea

Fully aware of the myriad of ways in which social media benefits her career, Perry said that she thinks it's essential that everyone take at least a few moments a day to clear their heads sans internet.

The Dixie Chicks Defend Beyoncé Against Criticism, Brilliantly Cover “Daddy Lessons”

Beyoncé defenders noted the racial hypocrisy in the criticisms, claiming this was another poor attempt to shut black musicians out of country music, despite the fact the genre originated with black musicians.

Ku Klux Klan Leader Endorses Donald Trump, In Case You Forget What Kind Of People Support This Guy

A KKK leader just endorsed Trump, and if you're surprised at this point, read on for some reminders of why you really, really shouldn't be.

Why Did Radiohead Disappear From The Internet? This Is Such A Goddamn Radiohead Thing To Do

After releasing mysterious postcards and announcing a world tour, the band mysteriously deletes its social media presence.

5 Reasons Why Obamacare Has Actually Been Successful As Hell, So Haters Take A Seat

These new studies prove Obamcare has benefited poor communities of color, America's sickest, improved standard of living, and is substantially reducing debt.

This Old Navy Ad With An Interracial Family Made The Shitty Humans Of Twitter Lose Their Minds

Old Navy tweeted a photo of an interracial family, and in so doing, sparked a Twitter war attracting racist trolls everywhere.

This One Huge Thing Could Overturn Anti-LGBT State Laws, So Not All Hope Is Lost

House Democrats are currently pushing for the federal law called the Equality Act, which could overturn transphobic state laws.

Larry Wilmore Elicits Mixed Reactions With His Speech At The White House Correspondents’ Dinner

Comedian and Comedy Central's Nightly Show Host Larry Wilmore may or may not have brought down the house while hosting last night's 2016 White House Correspondents’ Dinner in Washington, D.C. He cracked many jokes at the expense of President Barack Obama and other politicians, and had lots of sharp one-liners about the media.

Kylie Jenner Just Got A Tiny Finger Tattoo For Some Reason And Now We Want One

Most known for her luscious lips and constant social media presence, the youngest member of the Kardashian/Jenner sister clan, Kylie Jenner, has also been really into a new trend as of late called the "tiny tattoo" trend. Her sister Kendall first experimented with the trend, and Kylie is jumping into it head first. We have…

Malia Obama Will Attend Harvard University In Fall 2017

Malia Obama, the eldest of the first daughters, is confirmed to attend Harvard University in the fall of 2017 after taking a "gap year." The White House officially announced the news after several years of the world wondering what was in store for Michelle and Barack's oldest kid. Originally, rumors swirled that Malia was planning…

Stevie Wonder Sings Rendition Of ‘Purple Rain’ After Jazz Fest Concert Gets Cancelled In New Orleans Because Of Storm

A rainstorm had all but flooded away an eager crowd in New Orleans yesterday - there for the city's annual Jazz Fest - and to watch Stevie Wonder in particular. But because of a terrible rainstorms, and severe flooding, this concert and many other events had to be cancelled, making the music goers seriously upset.

New Photos Of Royal Baby Princess Charlotte Released For Her First Birthday

British royalty does not give away photos of their young spawn all willy-nilly. We must patiently wait for pics in the shadows with the rest of the proletariat, you see. But when important events occur, like a first birthday of say, a princess, then rest assured that we will be able to once again be…

Will Ferrell Pulls Out Of Ronald Reagan ‘Alzheimer’s Comedy’ Film

Comedic actor Will Ferrell has decided to back out of a comedy about former U.S. president Ronald Reagan and his struggle with Alzheimer’s disease after outrage from Reagan's family came pouring in. The movie titled "#Alzheimer's" is a political satire written by Mike Rosolio, whose script was voted to the 2015 Black List of Hollywood’s…

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