Kate Bornstein once sailed around the globe as a captain in the sea organization of Scientology Church. When she was exiled, she became an underground queer artist, a transsexual icon, and one of the most important gender theorists in the world.
Televised nostalgia is the future, and the popular new Netflix show is very, very good at it.
Humans are terrible.
We traveled to the Republican National Convention and the Gathering of the Juggalos to ask attendees at both events the same questions on reproductive health, civil rights, and police brutality.
I just made a TV series about sex, which, combined with a good decade of being a bit of a slut, means I've gathered some wisdom.
"People were always kind of onboard with me being a submissive or masochist—although they were always worried about hitting me too hard and knocking a joint out of place."
Dave Hemingway—who has no relation to the author—beat out 139 fellow doppelgängers in the annual "Papa" Hemingway Look-Alike Contest this weekend.
The show's third episode shows how completely the system traps people accused of crimes.
I would estimate that I've slept with up to 3,500 men. But sex, whether at random or not, always represents a human connection—and that can always be beautiful.
We talked to a white guy, a black guy, and Mexican immigrant girl about what it was like to serve, pour drinks, and run a marketing booth at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland.
Over Goldschlager, the world's self-dubbed best counterfeiter tells us how he got caught, but is still a free man.
We interrupted some millennials' $5 coffee to ask if they think about displacing the poor.
Meet the artist reinterpreting the early 20th-century movement, in a bid to twist your mind inside out then up again.
If even the Isle of Man, also a traditionally conservative country, can step up and embrace equal marriage rights, we need to untangle the political mess that holds Northern Ireland back.
As any devotee to the /r/drugs subreddit will be able to tell you, eye wiggles—or nystagmus—are a real and mysterious hassle.
Rock critic Steve Miller's new book examines how Insane Clown Posse went from small Detroit rap group to a band on Disney's record label to on the FBI's gang list.
"A pillowcase full of severed pigeon heads had been discovered in the inmate's cell."
A conversation with author Mike Jay on nitrous oxide's remarkable history.
Female archers are not only raising eyebrows— they're raising hopes that all of Mongolia's Olympic style games will be open to women once again.
Is Kim Jong-un a threat, or just a lunatic with a weird haircut?
Trump says that Ted Cruz's dad is a "lovely guy," though.
What young person watching her films didn't want to be that girl? She didn't belong, and neither did you.
Ahead of a screening of cult horror flick The Final Girls, we speak to the feminist collective fighting for the right of women everywhere to have the shit scared out of them.
Getting expelled from school once sounded a lot like freedom, but turns out it's not that much fun at all.