Mark Boles reflects on Brock Turner’s release and the shedding of Chessy Prout’s cloak of anonymity to
Telaina Eriksen recalls the surreal, backwards feeling that many of us felt on 9/11.
John Glass looks for the important lessons behind Charlie Sheen’s disclosure that he is HIV-positive.
There’s something wrong with a society where a child’s life could be significantly improved by altering their appearance, but the right or wrongness isn’t really the question here. Instead, I’m wondering if this was a practical, workable and available solution to you when you were a child, would you have taken it?
When Benari Poulten tweeted about it last week, he didn’t expect to wake up to the story all over the news and his tweet on the Today show.
Kenny Bodanis questions why Jerry Sandusky should be given a platform to tell “his side of the story?”
Alyssa Royse believes that teaching children the tradition of “Ladies First” only serves to reinforce sexism on many different levels.
Jamie Reidy comments on Matt Lauer’s recollection of his infamous Today show interview with Tom Cruise.
Jamie Reidy shares a hilarious essay on the opposite of “attachment parenting” by Sarah Maizes.
Meow the Obese Cat died, but not before achieving the feline equivalent of the American Dream. Oliver Lee Bateman reflects on this flabby tabby’s fifteen minutes of fame.
Oliver Lee Bateman chews on how America is eating up its literal fat cat.
Evelyn Pentikis wonders what the hell makes Lindsay Lohan so newsworthy?
How are our boys going to grow up to be good if we only show them stories of men being evil?