Montoya’s refreshing nonchalance about his porn past has raised an important question: In 2020, do any of us really care if a politician did porn?
In Utah, gun lobbyists, legislators and researchers worked together on a common goal: to cut down the rate of suicide by firearms. It’s an uncommon story that — even more strangely — seems to actually be working
Only in America does your boss decide if you get to help prevent the spread of a pandemic. What will it take for that to change?
My trendy floral button-down is part of a massive drop-shipping enterprise that rebrands cheap, Chinese-made threads as trendy Instagram fashion. Is it a scam? Or just capitalism working as designed?
From spatchcocking a chicken to making your own broth, our resident culinary dirtbag tests them out so you don’t have to
High-end status prophylactics were supposed to be the next big sex trend — even though we don’t need them, no one asked for them and they don’t perform any better
In Los Angeles, a man named Chuck has become a folk hero for one humble service: taking strangers on walks. He’s proving the buddy system can change lives — one step at a time
This is how the influential voting organization went from a shower thought to Madonna, REM and MTV — and why the founders are laser-focused on Gen Z as the 2020 election heads to the finish line
‘I have no doubt that President Trump and Fox News have caused people to die.’ This is what it’s like to lose your dad twice — first to Rush Limbaugh, then to the ICU as he battles a disease he believes is a hoax
What happens to young men when they quit the modeling industry? While some exit the business gracefully, others take a nose dive, only to find salvation at the Cheesecake Factory
Throughout the 1980s and 1990s, Action Park — unofficially known as Class Action Park, Traction Park and Accident Park — was ‘Lord of the Flies’ with a Jersey twist and a higher death count
William Beteet III’s TikTok-friendly explanations of concepts like alienation and freedom make even lofty theories feel relatable
Any conversation between strangers is a welcome escape from yourself
Many states don’t even have compensation laws, and for those that do, it can be a long, grueling process to actually get the money
In ‘Stakes Is High,’ Mychal Denzel Smith argues that justice begins with challenging America’s self-perception
This killer-weave satire thoughtfully explores society’s restrictive views on beauty and the challenges people of color face trying to get ahead in racist workplaces
Worse yet, stripping the IRS, DOJ and SEC of their powers has been a completely bipartisan effort
Michael Breslin and Patrick Foley’s play about canceling white gays went viral during the pandemic — and proved that some memes belong in the Louvre
Who decides a $200 hoodie is ‘surf wear’ when real surfers wear wetsuits?
The profit margins aren’t that big after all the licensing deals, but it’s still a billion-dollar industry
Today’s yupster uniform is a storied blue-collar jacket that’s neither warm nor comfortable
Quarantine daddies are looking more and more like Founding Fathers. But if you wanna grow out your hair, you’re gonna have to rock the powdered-wig look
You might not know his face, but you know his vibe. The songwriter of the moment is the guy behind ‘Moonlight,’ ‘Beale Street’ and the ‘Succession’ theme
Whether subverting the rules of stand-up or making movies about perpetually dissatisfied characters, the man behind ‘Modern Romance’ and ‘Lost in America’ taught us how to love the fact that life isn’t fair
If ‘The Craft: Legacy’ and the new adaptation of ‘The Witches’ have gotten you feeling spooky, here are the movies to scratch that witch itch
Don’t be fooled by the pope’s pro-civil union stance: There is no kindness in empty words
Leopold and Loeb are the model of toxic intimacy in the queer romance ‘These Violent Delights’
Felicity Fieldmouse is an instant style icon and I want to be her. Where in Disney lore did she come from?
Am I doomed to inherit my father’s wall-rattling laryngeal explosion?
Repeatedly being exposed to something you’re allergic to might fix the problem — or it might make it way worse
Your current pillow is as supportive as a Post-it Note — just admit you need help
With his reunion world tour on hold, the Bright Eyes frontman is riding out the pandemic at home in Nebraska. Still, after years of grief, the indie-folk wunderkind has a newfound hope for the future
The youth of today want to know how we passed the time before smartphones
In 2005, there was no bigger influence on guy culture than Dane Cook, the king of obnoxious bro comedy. But his hard fall from grace was anything but a failure
‘It took both talk therapy and physical therapy to even be able to have sex as an adult. There was still that guilt looming over me. It was very hard to shake. I’m now married, and sex can still sometimes be difficult and painful.’
I’m almost embarrassed to ask it: Am I adapting too well to this?
It’s hot, it’s easy and you don’t even have to shave your taint. Why haven’t we been doing this all along?
It’s cuffing season, so don’t trip up: Be a ‘glacier boy’ and shoot your shot with a ❄️
Almost a year after the first COVID case, we still don’t know much about it
Workers with slashed pay are losing hope of their careers rebounding — and as these cuts likely herald another era of wage decline, things will only get worse
Until the rest of the country starts wearing a single one, the two-mask camp fears there’s no such thing as ‘too safe’
It all depends how you’re using them
Basically, because capitalism. You might want to check your credit card perks, though.
You’re allowed to avoid checking the news for the next two weeks — in fact, your immune system will probably thank you
It’s easy to let a bad mood ruin your whole day, but it’s also easy to turn it around
My last drop of serotonin dried up months ago, but my thumbs cannot be stopped
The only thing this film guarantees is a headache. In the pandemic, though, it’s a must-see
If you want to know how to be a better manager, you can start by being a better person
Bodybuilder bros created a whole new kind of insecurity about being under 6 feet tall
All nine ingredients in this old-ass mouth cement, explained (yep, even butylated hydroxytoluene)
All 14 ingredients in this chewy mini-mammals, explained (yep, even carnauba wax)
What do the Space Race, Nixon, Khrushchev, Russian fast-food workers with venereal disease and the mujahideen have in common? They’re all part of this insane true story that’s been lost to history
This is the insane true story of a beat cop, painter and messiah figure who outran the law — until he ran afoul of Vladimir Putin
The Netflix film draws from text messages, Facebook posts and other media to tell the story of Watts and her daughters’ murder. Rather than providing insight, though, it becomes an uncomfortable exercise in rubbernecking.
The champion South African paralympian was an international feel-good story. Then in 2013 he shot to death his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp. Was it premeditated or an accident? A new ESPN documentary argues that, either way, it’s a tragedy.
The ’80s game show was a nightly mini-cabaret that was way weirder and more fun than ‘Jeopardy!’ or ‘Wheel of Fortune’ — and left an outsized legacy on network TV
As told by the bartenders who first poured it — and created a monster
Before amateur porn was all the rage, horny exhibitionists created one of its most popular (and free) spaces online