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9.1.16

Pretending to Be a Giantess Helped Me Feel Like a Boss

The giantess fetish mostly involves submissive men getting off to the idea of being crushed or eaten alive by destructive, sky-scraper sized women.

4.28.16

Men Are Working Out Their Issues By Playing As Their Lovers and Exes in RPGs

Male gamers are creating avatars of significant others past and present, playing as them or with them, as a meditation on the nature of their relationships.

4.6.16

The UConn Women Take Their Historic, Inevitable Crown

All year long, Connecticut dominated women's basketball in unprecedented fashion. On Tuesday against Syracuse, Geno Auriemma's team, led by Breanna Stewart, capped their reign with another title. The tension was in how, not if.

3.4.16

David Roth's Weak in Review: Growing Up in a Golden State

This season has belonged to the Golden State Warriors from its first moments, and it's been amazing. But the future doesn't belong to the Warriors alone.

11.10.15

Watching Stephen Curry, And Getting Bored With Miracles

Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors are blowing away the rest of the NBA. They're having fun, but what happens when the miraculous becomes mundane?

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6.17.15

LeBron James And The Dignity Of Labor

LeBron James was more valuable than any player in the NBA Finals, and he proved it. The rest is details.

6.2.15

The Beaten Earth: Rafael Nadal in Paris

Rafael Nadal is seeking his tenth French Open title. What is it about his style that makes him so successful in Paris but so unloved by Parisians?

11.4.14

Let’s Not Let the Jian Ghomeshi Scandal Give BDSM a Bad Name

BDSM lovers are particularly pissed off about Ghomeshi's Facebook post, because if the allegations against him are true, he was engaged in assault, not BDSM.

6.13.14

Spanish (Fútbol Team) Bombs

Not a great day for close matches, but each blowout shows something different, as Spain finds itself in a horror movie.

12.21.12

Why Can't Washington Leaders Compromise? We Don't Really Want Them To

We often get frustrated with Congress's inability to budge on anything, but that's what we hired them to do.