We're not asking for Jane Austen; we just want to be wooed, and we want you to be cool about it for once.
Lifelike replicas of young Japanese women, fluent in Chinese, English, Korean, and Japanese, will be capable of making eye contact, reading body language, and responding to organic conversation.
Can confronting nightmares lead to real-life closure?
Anthropologist David Graeber followed up his international best seller Debt: The First 5000 Years with an attack on capitalism's love affair with bureaucracy, asking why our lives revolve around forms, fines, and threats.
One update to the law is the requirement for men to wear condoms when visiting prostitutes.
Misplaced a falcon? Who you gonna call? Barbara Royle!
It mostly involves sitting around not bringing attention to himself.
We asked eight people who work in the funeral and death industries about how their jobs affect their love lives.
Also this week: A kid allegedly got suspended from school for threatening to use the ring from the Lord of the Rings to make another kid disappear.
But just because you can, doesn't mean you should.
The online roleplaying game community Roll20 just posted a job opening that is basically a nerd's dream come true.
"The Most Chilean Man" is a story from Alejandro Zambra's new story collection, My Documents (McSweeney's), which comes out February 10.
We spoke with war poet Frederick Foote, a neurologist who's making poetry a required course of treatment in military hospitals.
The Lost Dogs Home, Melbourne's largest pound, has been criticised for high kill rates and alleged cash-grabbing practices for the better part of a decade.
When I got out of prison after six years, I was transferred to a halfway house that was, in some ways, worse than actually being behind bars.
I've lived as both a dude and a girl—and I know which I prefer.
An anonymous man claims that doctors told him he has only 100 more chances to have an orgasm, but a urologist we spoke to says that he's probably gotten something mixed up.
"Irreverent: A Celebration of Censorship," an exhibit curated by Jennifer Tyburczy, looks at the erased history of censored art.
Vampires in Louisiana, colorful coral cities, bitcoin mines, and reversing female genital mutilation. This is the latest on VICE.
It's easy: First, you massage the dead bunny's skin. Then you slide it off.
Activist Bella Robinson feels victimized by laws intended to help people like her.
"My main problem is when you associate that sexual energy with something that is supposed to be a kids' show."
These young people are trying to shame Russia's assholes by plastering their windshields with massive stickers that say, "I Spit On Everybody, I Drive/Park However I Want."
The Creators Project talked to Rodman Daniel Edwards, the 15-year-old sculptor behind 'Fat Albert Cries for Dr. Huxtable.'