Post by Adriana Velez. These days period sex is the hottest bedroom taboo. Taboo? It's hardly even that anymore. What used to be a major no-no turns out to be no big deal at all for a lot of couples. Remember that passage in Fifty Shades...Show More Summary
If there is anything we know about the Duggars, other than the fact that they are not so fond of the gays, it’s that they are way into giving birth. As members of the “Quiverfull Movement” they basically believe that women are supposed to spend their lives having as many babies as humanly possible, so [...]
We know for a fact there's more than one way to wear a button-down, but now that the half-tuck is tried-and-true, we've been on the lookout for some new shirt styling inspiration. That's when we happened upon a trick we'd never thought of before: the wrap-and-tuck. Show More Summary
Today's Water Cooler: Hillary sucking all the oxygen out of the room, 1950s plan for martial law, durable goods tank, true facts about irony
The Koch brothers are done being shy. That’s the conclusion one would have to draw from the fact that they just announced that they hope to spend $889 million on the 2016 election, an unprecedented amount of outside money. It won’t all be theirs — they’re assembling a kind of Plutocrat Politburo, a group of […]
I had heard people speak of a brand-new 1996 Nissan 300ZX Twin-Turbo sitting in Nashville, Tennessee. In fact, I've seen people post photos of it to the Internet and write articles about it. You know what they say, seeing is believing. It's real. And I didn't just see it, or touch it. I actually drove it. Full disclosure Let's just be real for a...
I was reading Tim Knight's post on ZH about Perfect Palo Alto, and teen suicide in America. The heart of the issue isn't the fact that this one railroad crossing is or isn't guarded by someone. It has to do with what the kids think they have to "achieve" to be worthwhile. Show More Summary
Despite the fact that safe haven laws exist allowing mothers or parents to surrender a newborn to authorities instead of killing or abandoning the baby, the numbers of news stories about infanticide cases is still alarmingly high. Earlier this month, workers at a recycling plant in Michigan have found the body of a dead newborn […]
Maybe the amazing thing about Arthur’s “Fountain Abbey” parody is not that it’s so inventive, but the fact that the show is still so inventive after nearly two decades. Yes, Arthur, which debuted in 1996, is now only second to Sesame Street in terms of longevity for the PBS Kids brand. Show More Summary
It's no secret that "The Bachelor" doesn't have a great track record with diversity. This past weekend, "Saturday Night Live," joked about the fact that minorities often get eliminated early on, and now a new infographic takes a closer look at representation on the reality show. According to the infographic -- made by Karen X. Show More Summary
While law enforcement has been using license plate readers to track vehicles for a while, they never formed into a unified network. In fact, the Department of Homeland Security posited a 29-page document about a vehicle-tracking network, but the idea...
Eli Manning claims he doesn't give a crap about the pressure in his footballs -- and says the fact Tom Brady obsesses over it seems incredibly strange to him... and TMZ Sports has the footage. The 2-time Super Bowl champ was a guest...
You may have already heard Kanye West’s new song, or perhaps you may have read too much news about the song’s co-producer, Paul McCartney, or the fact that it also features Rihanna. If you stayed away from the song due to personal morals, I would suggest listening to this remix of the song, or at […]
Findings from twin studies are often misunderstood, misinterpreted, and blown out of proportion. Here, Davis S. Moore and I come up with 8 facts about genes, twin studies, and the heritability statistic that may come as a surprise to many people—even biologists!
Some people seem born to play. In fact, the urge to play drives just about everything they do. And in some cases, it ends up linking multiple interests and endeavors across the arts and sciences into one large network of creative enterprise. Among these people count Desmond Morris, artist, scientist and science writer.
Farts are funny. Hysterical, even. And gas emitted by two-time Academy Award-winning actors? Those are the funniest of them all. In fact, if you were able to make it through this upcoming story about the time Paul Bettany hit Tom Hanks...Show More Summary
British Airways Club World Let?s not beat about the bush: if you?re flying long-haul, business class is best. In fact, once you?ve turned left on a plane, and tasted that delicious champagne and that (hopefully) flat bed, it will take nerves of steel to cross an ocean in any other way. Show More Summary
Photo of GT Tower East in Seoul, South Korea by Kevin Schafer via Getty Images Discussions about skyscrapers generally involve their height, their cost, and the fact that a staggering number of them are started but never completed. The Wall...
One of the only non-Royal, non-episcopal country estates to carry the term “palace”, it was built between 1705 and 1722 and was a tribute to John Churchill, First Duke of Marlborough for his victories against the French and Bavarians in the War of Spanish Succession. Show More Summary
Miss USA, Nia Sanchez, caused a major uproar after the Q&A portion of Sunday night’s Miss Universe pageant. According to Hollywood Life, a lot of people didn’t find Nia’s answer to a question about terrorists satisfying. In fact, many thought that her answer was completely lacking. Show More Summary