Fresh off of an MLS Cup win and the release of his new book Coming Out to Play, the soccer star visited BuzzFeed to talk fashion, ping-pong, and more!
Stroke longer, stroke harder.
All women’s bodies weren’t created equal.
The solution to hunger starts with us. A selection of images submitted to National Geographic from its photo community, Your Shot.
As Ursula once so wisely said, “Don’t underestimate the importance of bod-ay language.”
What is this? A center for ants?!?! Why yes, Derek…that’s precisely what it is.
Feast your eyes on these daring feats! Fire-eating, death-defying leaps, high-wire acts, and more.
Now you know the perfect answer to when your Bubbe asks you if you’ve found that special someone yet.
Because the struggle is real…and because BuzzFeed wants to share YOUR awesome photos essays with the world!
Today we had Halloween costume contests at our NY and L.A. offices.
We asked The Mindy Project’s resident bro what “bro lingo” means to him.
Make Halloween a teaching moment. Subject: Badassery.
Last week, I shadowed (and swam with) Olympian Jessica Hardy, a gold-medal swimmer, at her practice in Los Angeles. This is what I learned about what it takes to make it to the Games.
The former Aaron Samuels and current Dancing With the Stars contestant weighs in on 23 random things and reveals if they’re Grool or Not Grool.
Artist Hans Eijkelboom candidly photographs the general public across the globe to identify ordinary trends, then presents them in a grid-like fashion in his new book People of the Twenty-First Century. From all denim getups to rollerblading hunks.
Photojournalist Stephen Shames photographed a group of boys coming of age in New York City’s northernmost borough. From Shames’ gritty new book, Bronx Boys. WARNING: These images may be disturbing to some readers.
What does feminism mean to you? A group of women in the creative industry discuss the topic in the unapologetic short, I Am Feminist. Dancing included!
The star of Fox’s Sleepy Hollow breathes life into 21 of the most popular emojis!
Adorable and only slightly terrifying. I’ll just leave these right here…