'Alien Body,' Today's Comic by Valentine Gallardo
Valentine opens up about her body dysmorphia in this comic.
As a Teen, I Was Haunted by the Sexual Persona I Created to Protect Myself
The person I created on the internet shielded me from the slut-shaming I endured at the hands of high school bullies. Rather than let their words break me, I molded my online image to embody sexuality.
Here's What Melania Trump's Anti-Bullying Campaign Has Done to Actually Fight Bullying
Former First Lady Michelle Obama launched her Let’s Move campaign over a year after former President Obama took office, so what's the current First Lady doing about her own signature initiative?
We Asked People Why They Were Schoolyard Bullies
“I remember scooping up a handful of dead bugs and spiders from the windowsill, and dumping them into her mouth.”
Hell Yeah, This Bullied Kid Took Hundreds of Bikers With Him to School
Essentially these bikers were sending a message to the other 10-year-olds—if you mess with this kid, you mess with us.
'Atheist,' Today's Comic by Leslie Stein
As Leslie grapples with her belief in god, she learns lessons about friendship and religion.
On Bulls, Bullies, and Brawlers
Technique is an enormous part of the fight game, but we often undersell the psychological value of the first blow. We take a look at bulls, bullies, and the advantage of hitting hard and hitting first.
Talent Agent Chuck Harris Turns Freakshows Into Stars
Need a guy who balances a refrigerator on his mouth, sticks nails through his arms, or has the ability to escape from a spinning washing machine? Chuck Harris is the man to ask.
Do School Bullies Really Grow Up to Be Sexier Than the Nerds?
Look around you: Our society is practically run by jumped-up, megalomaniac dickheads. Maybe being a bully is good practice for later life?
Douchebag Music Dudes Made Band T-Shirts Too Much Work
I stopped wearing band shirts in high school. I gave them up because whenever I wore one to a party or a group hang, within 0.3 seconds I'd be bailed up by some interminable Music Dude.
What Wisconsin's Teenage Girls Think About the Slender Man Stabbing
We sent one of our favorite young adult novelists, Kathleen Hale, to Wisconsin to find out what local teen girls think about the Slender Man stabbing.
Cyberbullies Are to Blame for Why You’re Not Eating Breakfast
Apparently, cyberbullies and real-life jerks aren't just to blame for our traumatic and socially awkward moments. A new study shows that victims of school or cyber bullying presented a greater likelihood of omitting breakfast from their diets...