Lt. Dan Choi, who was for many years the public face of the "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" repeal movement, has announced a candidacy for the City College of San Francisco Board. Via campaign website: Now, Dan has decided to channel...
A Tumblr quote floated over to me about around the time of Trayvon Martin's murder, from a Jonathan Lethem book that I've never read (The Fortress of Solitude). At this point, I don't really need to read it, because it's already asked me the most important question I've heard in a long time: "At what age is a black boy when he learns he's scary?" Read more...
There are all kinds of reasons why people don't tell the truth when asked questions. Sometimes they suddenly turn into fanatics. They hate, or love, anything. Here's how you catch people when they go extreme, or when they try to just get along. Read more...
Height just may be a state of mind if you ask these stars. Because whether you talk to Nicole Richie, Sarah Jessica Parker, or Reese Witherspoon, they'll tell you that they feel 6'0" when they're walking the red carpet in a gorgeous gown or strolling down the street in an adorable pair of flats. Show More Summary
Via AV Club, GRRM tells us several fans have figured out the ending of his A Song of Fire and Ice. Additionally, a number of female fans are asking for explicit all male sex scenes, “I don’t pretend to understand this, I just read my email" says Martin.
When you forget your password, some websites ask you to make a new one instead of just telling you what your current one is. Why? Because they don’t actually know what your password is. Tom Scott explains why that’s a good thing.
Picture a 90s alt-pop revival. Then ask yourself why? Picture two unfathomably good-looking people, a boy and a girl, like a trimmed-down ABBA, and tell yourself they are called Ex Cops. Don’t ask yourself why this time, but let me assure...Show More Summary
In his "Dirty Little Secrets" conference presentation, Writer's Digest Publisher Phil Sexton tells authors to ask their publishers what support their books are getting -- and what they can do to help."
“Do you want to put on your shoes now?” “Should we have macaroni and cheese for dinner?” “How about you go brush your teeth?” These are not really questions.
Time and time again, I talk with managers who are struggling and they don't know where to turn or who to ask for guidance. Here is what many of them tell me - 1. If I ask my boss for help, he/she will think I'm not ready for this job. 2. Show More Summary
Nearly three years ago, the "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" repeal was made official, paving the way for lesbian, gay, and bisexual service members to perform their duties openly and honestly. The repeal by no means erased a traumatic history, however,...
Just tell him when and where. Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) welterweight warrior Matt Brown is still irate over his unanimous decision loss to Robbie Lawler, which took place in the UFC on FOX 12 main event last month in San Jose,...Show More Summary
When Mike Pope tells you to pop your top and catch some footballs, you don't ask questions. You also don't ask questions when he starts throwing ice water on your back. That's just Pope applying his arcane magic. The Dallas Cowboys tight...Show More Summary
by Kelli Abortion is a normal thing that women do, and we should stop asking women to sit in silence when the topic comes up…. I don’t feel very brave when I talk about my abortion. I feel small and scared. But I don’t like staying silent out of fear. Show More Summary
A reporter covering recent LGBT strides toward equality recently asked me, "Are you surprised at how fast things are moving?" When I replied that I think they're actually moving pretty slowly, he looked at me quizzically. After all,Show More Summary
I'm not ashamed that video games are my hobby or my job, but reconciling games with the real world isn't easy. I don't volunteer details about what I do to anyone I suspect just wouldn't understand. But sometimes people ask you directly. Show More Summary
Our latest podcast guest is Amy Dickinson, best known as the syndicated columnist behind "Ask Amy" and as a panelist on NPR’s “Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!": We spoke with Amy about her most viral column ever, whether Carl Kasell does the message on her voicemail, if her own child comes to her for advice, and so much more!
Repealing the discriminatory 'don't ask, don't tell' policy was just the tip of the iceberg in getting a fully LGBT-inclusive military. read more
Co-authored by HuffPost blogger Shani Harmon "Would you tell me, please, which way I ought to go from here?" asked Alice. "That depends a good deal on where you want to get to," said the Cat. "I don't much care where -" said Alice. "Then...Show More Summary
By indie rapper Kosha Dillz (@koshadillz). Many people continuously ask me how I got my foot into touring Europe. I don't think there is any chance to figure out how to do it except go, and I can tell you that I recall sleeping in aShow More Summary