This is an actual thing.
This is an actual thing.
Plus a map that tracks every F-bomb on Twitter, the world’s first synthetic bladder, and two fossilized bugs caught in the act.
The 18-year-old’s book of poems is creating biggest religious controversy in Denmark since the publication of a cartoon featuring Prophet Muhammad, the Wall Street Journal reported.
The provocative image was made for a feature story about female suicide bombers.
As pressure mounts against Russia’s anti-LGBT propaganda law and for the International Olympics Committee to take action in support of human rights, NBC says advertisers are still committed to the Sochi Games.
It’s because McCarthy believes vaccinations cause autism.
As NSFW as you’d expect… and then some.
Applebee’s is under fire for asking an employee who was allegedly attacked for being gay to not come back to work.
This incredibly homophobic receipt has been going viral on Latin America social media, causing an outrage in the Puerto Rican LGBT community.
Is this insensitive or is Gaga just being Gaga?
The dashing Prince has gotten himself into quite a few scandalous situations.
An official inquiry by the Japanese team propels them to a silver medal.
The quote says the model is “Stepping Out of the Shadows.” Hours after the issue hit shelves, locals were outraged by the racial implications and petitioned to have it recalled.
Radcliffe is not Harry Potter. And if it takes sex with groupies and an alcohol dependance to prove it, then so be it.
Go Ellen! Last week, a Christian group called One Million Moms called on JC Penney to fire new spokesperson Ellen DeGeneres because she’s gay. JC Penney then released a statement saying it stands by DeGeneres. Now, in a clip that will air on her show Wednesday, DeGeneres gives her two cents.
CNN commentator Roland S. Martin raised eyebrows on Sunday when he seemingly advocated violence against gay men in a series of tweets. Martin has since denied that the tweets were homophobic, but a quick look back on his Twitter timeline reveals a history of questionable statements.
Internet blackouts fade. Dumb is forever. (Also: “Sopa” is Spanish for “soup”—not “soap.”)
“If I were a (white) girl, even in just for a day, I’d look like I do in this promo, and then go right back to being blaaack.” Or maybe it’s just Rihanna acting as a stand-in.
An ad campaign in Pennsylvania, intended to raise awareness about rape prevention, has been pulled by the state’s Liquor Control Board. Rape victims came forward to say that the whole campaign made it look as if it were the women’s fault, which is understandable considering it says that your friend has apparently already “made a bad decision” from the get-go.
The clone tool is not a toy. Using real “facial models” on these clothes doll bodies, the Swedish retailer defends its choice, saying the virtual models draw attention to the clothes instead of the women’s bodies. Honestly? Models are so photoshopped beyond human norms that if H&M had changed the hand positions, we’d still be none the wiser.
And I am going to watch the Golden Globes again.
After saying “F**k the troops” in his single “Let’s Be Real,” and the resulting firestorm of criticism, Soulja Boy issued this apology to all military personnel and their families. Too little, too late? View List ›
British artist Damien Hirst has used an infant’s skull to create his latest work “For Heaven’s Sake.” The skull is cast in platinum and covered with more than 8,100 diamonds. Controversy! View Image ›
After the release of sensitive U.S. diplomatic cables, Republican member of the Homeland Security Committee, Peter King, said that the administration should designate WikiLeaks a “Foreign Terrorist Organization.” MSNBC polled readers about what they thought and the responses below the polls are just as interesting as the results. View Image ›
The Internet erupted when Google honored Veterans’ Day with a rather banal tweaking of its logo to include a waving American flag and a shining sun, which some took to look like a crescent and, therefore, and endorsement of Islam. While a stupid controversy, this was far from the first time Google’s “doodles” have caused a digital firestorm.
The world of “creative” “professionals” was briefly rocked last night when Justin Johnson proposed to Marissa Nystrom with a video posted on the Tumblr dashboard (for all users to see). View Media ›
A controversy has erupted after graphic photos of Lnce Cpl. Joshua M. Bernard surfaced showing him shortly after his death.
As the debate about Caster Semenya’s ambiguous gender continues, more and more searching for photos of her (him?) on Google so that they can decide for themselves.