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Husband-and-wife team Susie and Chad Seiter are changing the way we hear video games with Pokémon: Symphonic Evolutions.
One has over 2,700 board games in his house, and estimates the collection is worth over $125,000.
Cell phones are prohibited at the 120-year-old prison, as is fighting, so there's an understandable amount of confusion and embarrassment surrounding the release of the footage on YouTube.
We talked to the internet residents who feel more like foxes, dragons, and cats than members of Homo sapiens.
Wim Hof has used meditation to stay submerged in ice for hours, run a marathon in the desert with no water, and scientifically proved that he can influence his immune system at will.
There has been some sniggering at the idea of "sexual consent kits," but the more important questions are about whether or not they would actually work.
The video has prompted memes, mayhem, tattoos, raps, and a much-needed national conversation about sex.
The best of the best are smearing themselves in facepaint for a training exercise.
We spoke to a Syrian refugee who has wound up in purgatory after his passport was lost by the British government.
The controversial British feminist is a controversial British feminist.
This goes out to all the dudes who have told me "I'm not attracted to fat girls," even though they had sex with me and I am fat.
"I feel privileged to be attacked by ISIS because it means the message is as strong as their weapons and their violence."
Blondie founding member and guitarist Chris Stein offers a primer on his favorite occult artists, including Vali Myers, H. R. Giger, Rosaleen Norton, Aleister Crowley, and more.
The Conservative government reportedly plans to continue its buzzkilling ways by making salvia divinorum an illegal drug.
The government doesn't want foreign students to stay in the UK once they've completed their studies.
"If you give a woman—or a man, for that matter—without his or her knowledge a drug, and then have sex with that person without consent, that's rape."
Waking up beside a stranger with no memory of why I was naked, losing wallets and friends on the regular. Blacking out at a prof's house. None of this struck me as a big deal at the time.
When women are caught being sexual on the internet, it's still up to them to find a way to control their own stories.
It's the second most watched scripted show on television, but no one under 50 knows anything about it.
"Bill sleeping around was a 'fact' that, like the air, seemed to just be. You didn't have to see it or hear it to know that it existed."
If you don't have enough money, frequently feel cheated by the world, and drink too much, it could be the dark Channel 4 comedy for you.
As Soho's sex workers are pushed out, "brothel chic" is selling people a sanitized, fake version of the sleazy image they created.
Kink fests are alive and well on the Thames.