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27 Powerful Portraits Challenging the Definition of What It Means to Be LGBT

"All of our identities are politicized in one way or another; it is what we choose to do with them that matters."
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I Was Shot 4 Times in the Deadliest Massacre in U.S. History

"There are certain things I will never forget."
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824 Missing Women in Canada All Have One Shocking Thing in Common

The Canadian government must act now to protect them.

There Are 939 Active Hate Groups in the United States. Here's Where They Live.

Should we be worried by the hundreds of hate groups in America today?
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The '300' Body is Unhealthy For Any Man to Attain

Why Spartan muscles don't define my masculinity.
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The 6 Best Arguments for Why Unpaid Internships Make Absolutely No Sense

Listen up, America: We are fed up!

Read CrossFit's Ridiculous Letter to a Trans Athlete

She's a woman. What's the problem?
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The Canadian Government Is Demanding More Canadian Porn

The government is cracking down on porn channels — but not for the reason you might think.

Which Bands Hipsters Will Start To Like Next, In One Graph

Their early stuff was better.
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Why Everyone Now Trying to Be Beyoncé Will Never Be Beyoncé

Sorry Pharell, Coldplay and Kid Cudi.

And Just Like That, Upskirting Is Illegal Again in Massachusetts

This kind of behavior isn't just restricted to perverts sneaking photos, it's an entire industry.

6 Signs You're Living in a Wes Anderson Movie

'The Grand Budapest Hotel' is out. And it bears a remarkable similarity to an increasing number of our lives.

Kendall Jenner Is Fashion's New 'It Girl' — And That's a Good Thing

High fashion for the reality TV generation.
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Elizabeth Warren Has a Radical Plan to End Student Debt

It's welcome news to students drowning in debt, but does it have a chance of happening?
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The RT Journalists Who Spoke Out Against Russia Aren't as Courageous as You Think

Why were they working for a Kremlin-backed station in the first place?
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These Game Changers Are Fueling St. Louis' Start-Up Revival

St. Louis is attracting massive tech talent. The city's movers and shakers say it's because the culture is like a startup itself.
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Staggering Report Tells How U.S. Prison System Turns Inmates Into More Hardened Criminals

"If you treat people like animals, they behave like it."
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6 Key Findings From Pew's New Research On Millennials

We're a lot different than our elders.

Meet the New York Writer Finding the Best Places to Cry in the City

Build-A-Bear Workshop. 46th & 5th.
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Stunning Maps Show How the Louisiana Coast Has Disappeared Since 1990

It's becoming impossible to know what's land, what's marsh and what's ocean.
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South Africa's Version of the OJ Simpson Trial Is Happening Right Now

And it's stirring up everything bad about the country.

11 Female Film Pioneers Who Paved the Road to Hollywood

100 years ago, plenty of women called the shots.

At Least One Religious Leader Is OK With Gay Marriage

"If two people — a couple — really feel that way is more practical, more sort of satisfaction, both sides fully agree, then okay."
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The Media May Have Really Screwed Up When They Said This Was the Bitcoin Founder

And now a 64-year-old is being hounded by the press.

This 16th Century Painting Features a Cat Wearing a Jet Pack

Proof that cats have it all figured out.
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Russia and the United States Are Acting a Whole Lot Like They Did in Cold War

Suddenly, both sides are really flexing their military muscle.
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This Video Sums Up How Absurd Police Brutality Has Become in America

Almost 6,000 incidents of police misconduct are reported annually. What happened in Troy, NY, earlier this year is a perfect illustration of how whack things are.

Never Seen Before: Watch the Disintegration of an Asteroid in Space

This is one of the strangest things Hubble has ever seen.
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Is Dorian S. Nakamoto the Creator of Bitcoin? Your Guide to This Ridiculous Controversy

And why it really doesn't matter at all.