Need a guy who balances a refrigerator on his mouth, sticks nails through his arms, or has the ability to escape from a spinning washing machine? Chuck Harris is the man to ask.
Look around you: Our society is practically run by jumped-up, megalomaniac dickheads. Maybe being a bully is good practice for later life?
A new survey has found that some kids in the UK hold worrying and warped views about immigration and Islam.
"I guess it's like being part of some oddly exclusive club. We talk about things like being annoyed by subway doors, the size of cars, where to buy gloves."
The stigmatizing of mental illness continues to discourage people from seeking help or speaking openly about their experiences.
The internet can be a dark place, but this made me lose faith in humanity.
Alice and her French friend Gerald are the masterminds behind Lyon's' "Ginger Parties."
Either way, it emphasizes how bleak a prospect life can be for young LGBT people in Britain.
A man who infamously took a sexually explicit photo of a 15-year-old girl who later committed suicide won't do jail time thanks to a judge's ruling yesterday.
It's difficult to overlook the savage cuts on community services and the minimal impact they've had on homophobia in British schools and abroad.
On October 2, Facebook will suspend the accounts of drag performers around the globe unless they change the names used on their profiles to their "real" names. Naturally, they're pretty upset about this.
We sent one of our favorite young adult novelists, Kathleen Hale, to Wisconsin to find out what local teen girls think about the Slender Man stabbing.
As far back as I can remember, there's been a big online demand for this particular brand of smut, which involves stitching the heads of celebrities onto the bodies of porn stars.
Six months ago, Montreal—nicknamed Spanky—suddenly lost the ability to speak intelligibly. Since then he has been bullied incessantly by some of the other kids in class at Montefiore. His teachers and counselors are working overtime to try and find out wh…
This week: A bunch of parents got upset because their kids were shown an anti-bullying film.
As some of you may have seen, I recently wrote an article about attending Corey Feldman's birthday party. Though the article was approved by Corey, he became very mad after its publication. Yesterday, he put out a press release accusing me of cyberbullyin…
Rumors of me wanting to go berserk went far and wide, and even made front pages of the local newspapers. I had to go to therapy, and by the end of the ordeal I was having dreams about the Columbine shooters.