Safe to say these people are NOT having a happy new year.
People Are Sharing The Infuriating Things Their Partners Do, And Some Of These Husbands And Wives Need To Be Returned To The Manufacturer
Yes, hello, 911 — my partner said they weren't hungry, then took a massive bite out of my takeout.
The Bambi Sleep files, a collection of audio recordings designed to hypnotize people, promised to make listeners obedient and sex-obsessed. But some consider them to be unsafe. (Warning: This article contains descriptions of alleged sexual violence.)
“I drive a nice car. People assume my husband bought it for me.”
While still quite uncommon, women are seeking doctors who will help them grow their clitorises for both aesthetic and sexual reasons.
People with ADHD can struggle with impulse spending. We talked to a financial planner who has some helpful tips.
LSU’s star player did a little trash talking. So what? She’s helped vault women’s college basketball into mainstream culture. Are you not entertained?
“If you need money to go date six different people in your city, and you can’t have guests at your house, so every date requires a restaurant and a hotel room, that requires some money.”
AI may struggle with fingers and teeth, but the makeup was on point.
“Some girls romanticize the NFL WAG life, but are y’all also romanticizing the emotional roller coaster, randomly having to move… spending holidays alone?”
Earlier this month, the Memphis Grizzlies guard, who has emerged as one of the NBA’s most exciting young stars, took time away from his team to attend counseling sessions.
“Is this an onion?” she asks, holding up a shallot.
Though many Gen Z adults still prefer other forms of payment over credit cards, companies are launching new credit card programs that incentivize young people to use credit cards for their rent and other large expenses.
Atlanta's Subby School is a hybrid of support group and skill-sharing class that connects BDSM submissives with each other.
It's not that serious!
It’s easy to dismiss young people as prudes. But our perspectives on sex are more nuanced than naysayers think.
Single women own about 10.7 million homes in the US — that’s more than single men.
Layoffs at some of the country’s most prestigious companies are the latest sign that no one’s job is ever really safe.
How the tragic death of one man during Buffalo’s historic snowstorm in December highlights both the city’s close-knit immigrant community and its systemic failures.
A Beige Baby becomes a Vanilla Girl becomes a Coastal Grandmother. It’s the modern way to convey privilege and wealth.
If you're a married woman who outearns your husband, we want to know how you discuss and manage your finances.
Midway through the season, the NBA hosts its All-Star Weekend festivities, featuring a slate of low-stakes competitions. The most polarizing is the dunk contest.
The best influencers have always talked about things they liked or disliked. That’s literally what influencing is!
Kittredge is home to fewer than 1,000 people. But, fueled by Facebook rumors and social media infighting, a community disagreement has become a toxic battle leading to real-world confrontations, a lawsuit, and death threats.
Amazon Warehouse Worker Daniel Olayiwola Decided To Make A Podcast About Amazon’s Working Conditions
On his podcast Surviving Scamazon, Daniel Olayiwola, a 29-year-old warehouse worker, offers frank commentary about the company’s working conditions.
Under hashtags like #techlayoffs, you can find videos with titles like “A day in my life getting laid off at Google.”
Consider switching to other forms of payment, tracking and adjusting your spending, budgeting for things you enjoy, and seeking your friends’ support to stick with a repayment plan.
A few years ago, critics accused the NFL of racism, inadequate player safety, and lax punishments for players accused of domestic violence. How did the NFL convince people it's changed?
I had come up with a plan for medically transitioning, which included taking testosterone. Then I found out what T does to your vocal cords.
“I don’t think it takes away from my being African or hides my features. I’m always like, if you don’t like something, change it.”