Täo Porchon-Lynch, the "oh, yes I can get behind this" yoga teacher, wears high heels and big clip-on earrings, has had three hip replacements, and never drinks water, nope.
As recent user activity makes clear, Facebook hasn't done a damn thing to monitor hate speech on its platform.
The cosmic mystery of how astronauts can safely use the bathroom remains unsolved.
The idea of dying young when you’re 25 is kind of cool – a bit romantic, like James Dean. But then you realize that life is too much fun to do that."
Goodbye Planned Parenthood, Medicaid, Obamacare, and everything semi-decent about our healthcare.
The black Santa honors Colin Kaepernick and proceeds will go to Center for Court Innovation, a non-profit committed to justice reform. Suddenly we're dreaming of a black Christmas.
Yep, you can watch original Witherspoon and/or Swift content round the clock starting November 30.
One woman said working with Deen was "the most traumatic thing" that's happened to her.
These edited captions reveal the tough reality beneath the photos we idealize.
The team's defender, Alan Luciano Ruschel, was among the survivors. His wife, Alissen Ruschel, wrote on Instagram, "Thank you my god...God bless and give all family members strength."
Just so you know, this seemingly benign video can be really triggering if you've been the victim of domestic abuse.
Yeah, it works.
The year 2004 was a milestone one. Facebook was born and the journey to connect people around the world began. It wasn’t until few years later when it was declared the number one social media platform and shortly after that, Instagram was launched. Show More Summary
"Baby, she bought herself a ‘Ms. Jackson’ licence plate," she said.
Once you see it, you won't be able to stop looking, or decide if it's absolutely genius or just fucking ridiculous. It's a fine line.
If you live in California and were hyped on having your hot affair with your attorney, you might have to do that before it's too late.
I’ve been watching Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life. I’ve laughed, cried, felt my heart soar and ache, and wondered how it is that fiction can be so deeply touching. I keep coming back to something Emily Gilmore says; I wonder how this character, this fiction, has struck me so thoroughly in the heart. Show More Summary
The belief that people who share the same racial background all look the same is a classic bit of passive racism.
In today's Britain, the only approved sex is patriarchal sex.
This is a very scientific science finding.