August 29, 2013
The Straight Years Project
Remember those years you said you were "straight!?" The Straight Years Project is highlighting the years where we tried so desperately to fit in by trying to score with the opposite sex. The Straight Years Project thought it would be equally cathartic and hilarious to revisit the years when we projected a straight self -- often times knowing we were just putting on 'straight-drag' until we selected the right time to come out of the closet.
5 Things To Remember When Dealing With Unreliable People
We all have that friend. Or maybe we are that friend. The one who always shows up an hour after he says he will. The one who makes promises and then breaks them without so much as a "Go fuck yourself until you die of dick." And as many times as he's…
15 Dance Numbers From Musicals That The World Had Better Recognize
Musical theater-lovers know that before Michael Jackson came Bob Fosse and "a-5,6,7,8!" went mainstream thanks to A CHORUS LINE. So, if you want to be in the know, take a minute to bow down to these game-changing dance numbers from musicals (on stage and on film). And be sure to check out CAMP BROADWAY DANCE for a chance to learn some of these moves yourself from Broadway choreographers.
14 Worker Struggles To Pay Attention To This Labor Day
Sure, to some people #LaborDayIs about barbecues and fashion rules. But #LaborDayIs also about, you know, labor. Today, workers across the country are struggling for decent wages, safe workplaces, affordable healthcare, and even basic civil rights.
6 Things Every One Direction Fan Needs To Know About Joy Division
When we saw One Direction member Louis Tomlinson wearing a Joy Division "Love Will Tear Us Apart" T-shirt at the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards last Sunday, we couldn't help but give him a little side-eye action. Have Joy Division joined Ramones as the go-to T-shirt to express how edgy and rebellious you are?
White House: Syria Is Not Similar To Iraq
Deputy White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest argued that President Obama's decision regarding Syria is not similar to the decision President George W. Bush had to make in Iraq because there's a "preponderance of evidence" suggesting the Assad regime used chemical weapons.
"The Top 10 Fictional Schools We Wish We Attended" By Tom Philip
An obvious request if I'm going to attend Bayside High is that I'm allowed to be a part of Zack Morris' crew of friends. Saved by the Bell was an awesome show, but let's face it: everyone who wasn't a main character was human garbage and treated as…