“People are getting off on the idea that these people are fulfilling requests unknowingly. That is what makes it so exploitative and scary.”
"At 29? I was out every weekend, drinking and smoking."
Contrary to what a million angry tweets would have you believe, the UFC never hired Rae, a source close to the organization told VICE.
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If they're asking you to pay, it's best to stay away.
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Over 300,000 people have joined r/DeadBedrooms seeking advice and support for their sexless relationships.
What the newest online buzzword tells us about ageing, the internet, and ageing on the internet.
"There were all these comments saying how much they loved my dad, and how he’s ‘their dad’ now."
A controversial video apparently called for widespread sexual violence on the 24th of April. The problem? It didn't exist.
Despite being very gay and very online, I still only get spam emails from "people" of the Gina and Anastacia variety.