Η Ταινία Τρόμου "Winnie the Pooh" Αποσύρθηκε από τους Κινηματογράφους του Χονγκ Κονγκ
«Είμαι σίγουρος ότι δεν έχει να κάνει με την ταινία ή τεχνικούς λόγους», λέει ο Βρετανός σκηνοθέτης.
Noodles και Panda: Οι Κινέζοι Χρησιμοποιούν Συνθηματικά για να Μιλήσουν για τον Κορονοϊό
Θέλει κανείς «βιετναμέζικα noodles» ή «σκάλες»;
Θυμόμαστε τη Διασημότερη Φωτογραφία της 11ης Σεπτεμβρίου 2001
Η βουτιά του "Falling Man" στην αιωνιότητα κράτησε περίπου δέκα δευτερόλεπτα.
Facebook Beheadings, Obamacare Controversy, and More Bad News
A 12-year-old shot up his school, the Obamacare site continued to malfunction, and a jerk posted a video of a beheading on Facebook. Once again, it is a bad week in America. Here's all this week's bad news.
Fap for Freedom
There’s been a handful of masturbation stories in the news lately, mostly pointing to our shared anxieties about freedom and porno. After all, censoring porn is a testing ground for widespread censorship, and regulating masturbation is a testing ground...
No Amount of Censorship Can Stop Atlanta's Drag Queens from Looking Fabulous
On the day we started to hang artwork, some folks who work in the building asked that two images in the show be covered up. The first was a photo of Violet Chachki's cock and balls, and the other of Violet's gaff (an undergarment used to cover a queen...
Vaginas Are Ugly
I want to oppose bullshit obscenity laws but female genitals just look so gross.
The British Library's Wi-Fi Blocked Hamlet, But These 14 Classics Are Way More Violent
Hamlet has a straight-up body count. There’s a murder before the play even begins. There’s a suicide, poisonings, stabbings, and a poisonous stabbing. But that's nothing. Even in the strictest, fustiest canon of literature, Hamlet's level of violence...
Come See All the Weird Art Mike Diana Was Ordered to Stop Drawing
Mike Diana was the first artist to get convicted of obscenity in the United States, so you know his stuff is good. Tonight and tomorrow there'll be a big party celebrating his work at Superchief Gallery in Manhattan, and if you're around, we urge you...
Reality is Threatening to Families
Just over a month ago, works by numerous world-renowned documentary photographers were scheduled to appear on large outdoor screens at Sydney’s Circular Quay as part of the Vivid Festival. The exhibition of projections was a collaboration between...
Please Start Banning Books Again
I kind of miss the idea of cultural lines that one can’t step over. One of my most memorable high school experiences was getting a permission slip signed by my parents so I could listen to an audiotape of Allen Ginsberg reading “America.”
Saudi Arabia Isn't Having a Feminist Revolution
When it comes to women's rights, Saudi Arabia takes baby steps to a whole new level of infancy. (In utero steps? Spermy steps?) They just released their first ever anti-domestic-violence ad, so I guess that's something, but women are still unable to...