Meet the Man Studying Why Some People Are Attracted to Animals
Dr. Damian Sendler is one of the few people in the world studying the science behind zoophilia.
The Terror of Dealing with Social Anxiety Disorder in Prison
My condition was both the thing that led me into crime and an extra punishment on top of my jail sentence.
The Pocket Guide to Fighting with Idiots on the Internet
Twitter, chat rooms, Xbox Live—do you have what it takes to emerge victorious in these areas of online combat?
I Spent a Week Undercover in a Pro-Anorexia WhatsApp Group
The skeletal girls in it bowed before a mysterious leader known as "the goddess of emaciation."
When I Was a Boy, the Internet Made Me a Man
If practice makes perfect, I'm the Tiger Woods of finding memes.
Bodybuilding Forums Are One of the Last Relics of Web 1.0
Bodybuilding forums occupy a weird space between anonymous forums and Facebook, where users build reputations around their usernames and avatars, discussing the most noble pursuit of them all—bodybuilding.
Kate Davis Jones
NO COMMENT: Why Do So Many Musicians Act Like Terrible People Online?
What happens when the veil of internet anonymity is dropped and you know exactly who’s coming after you?
What Anonymous Cops Are Saying Online About the Eric Garner Grand Jury
Here's a sampling of how cops in online police forums are responding to the latest non-indictment of a killer officer.
The Armpit of the Internet
The E-Cigarette Debate Has Exploded on Internet Forums
Vaping has become an intense topic online, especially on forums like Oliver Kershaw's E-Cigarette-Forum.