In a world where every keystroke is potentially watched, and every heartbeat potentially counted, does knowledge of that change how you act?
For nearly 50 years the country's socialist government banned artworks for often seemingly arbitrary reasons, like if they had too much red or black in them. Now many of them are on display in a new show in Hong Kong.
The hubbub over Renee Zellweger's "new face" has taken over the internet, but why do so many people feel so strongly about making fun of this celebrity?
John Grisham said some stupid things about child pornography recently, but he's right that laws involving depictions of kids in sexual situations are fairly complicated.
We talked to artist Katie Paterson about the ideas behind her Future Library project and how it'll come together.
With the help of a small-time drug dealer, an idiot housemate and a Polish builder.
We have to realize that most of us are not that far from bankruptcy or foreclosure. Any of us could be laid off. And then what—where would we be?
"There almost certainly is no purpose" to the universe. Thanks, professor! So what do we do with our lives?
As the cult of YouTube celebrity grows, fan interactions have been rapidly monetized. The question is, is $80 a fair price to pay for a selfie and a hug?
It made Cary Grant imagine himself as "a giant penis launching off from Earth like a spaceship."
Can you heal people by getting them to act out their feelings in front of a bunch of animals and strangers? Sara Fancy thinks so.
If you've read a literary novel, listened to conservative radio, or jacked off to your mom's favorite erotica in the past 30 years, you've consumed media that's passed through Regan's hands.
Men are three times more likely to take their own lives than women in the UK, but until they address their inability to open up, they'll continue to die.
We asked Noel Biderman, the man behind one of the biggest online-dating sites for people seeking affairs, about his theories on adultery.
Millions of us compulsively (and secretly) scour YouTube for videos of pus squiggling out of pores, ingrown hairs getting picked, or wax being dug from the depths of our ears.
But is it an actual psychological disorder or just a shared annoyance?
Called post-coital tristesse by people who know about such things, the melancholy one can feel after sex is actually a very well documented phenomenon. So is there a cure?
Tonight, Brooklyn-based artist Allison Brainard will be performing Ex-Boyfriend Show, a performance art piece that walks the audience through a carefully curated cemetery of her romantic failures.
I've always been attracted to women, and felt mostly homosexual. But if I was born this way, why am I so bad at it?
For the past year or so I've been preparing for my exams at Yale. Through all that time, it seemed like every free moment was filled with reading.
The high is bad and wears off quickly and the side effects can kill you. So why are young people still huffing spray paint and duster? And what can we do to stop them?
Would you rather be hung, drawn and quartered, shot full of poison, or die in a hospital bed after a long and painful illness?
Last year, I wrote an article about how Universal Studios Hollywood's annual Halloween-themed show was homophobic and terrible, leading to the show's cancellation. This year, Knott's Berry Farm put on a show making fun of that whole mess.
Comedian and artist Casey Jane Ellison has some thoughts on the art world, and how you can change the world through your art... or your photoshopped nudes.