Monthly Archive: November, 2014

Can We Guess How Clean Your House Is?

This is *scientific*, guys. heschong/Creative Commons

21 Essential Movies To Watch After A Break-Up

Let the binge-healing begin. “High Fidelity,” to remind you why relationships suck. See where you can stream it here. “Battle Royale,” because watching a bunch of teens kill each other might sort… Continue reading

27 Cool Winter Coats That Will Actually Keep You Warm

So you don’t have to wear a sleeping bag ‘til March. For colder, drier weather: Opt for real or synthetic down to keep you the warmest on cold, windy days or a heavy… Continue reading

The Definitive Ranking Of Taylor Swift’s Short Shorts

And what your Mom would probably think of them. A lot happened to Taylor Swift in 2014, and her midriff was there to enjoy it all. But so were her short shorts because… Continue reading

19 Signs That Owe The World An Explanation

Behind every sign there’s a story. This incredibly serious sign. This sign which blames everything on Moose. This sign which has the best intentions. This sign which makes you question… Continue reading

‘True Trans’ Premieres Final Episodes: Transparenting And Acceptance

Over the past several weeks, AOL has aired an incredible docuseries with the intention of educating and informing the public about the lives of transgender and gender-variant individuals. Called “True Trans,” the docuseries… Continue reading

NOAA: 2014 Is Shaping Up As Hottest Year On Record –

(CNN) — The first ten months of 2014 have been the hottest since record keeping began more than 130 years ago, according to data from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

After Dark: Meet Susanne Bartsch, Party Curator And Nightlife Legend

This is the thirtieth installment in HuffPost Gay Voices Associate Editor James Nichols‘ ongoing series “After Dark: NYC Nightlife Today And Days Past” that examines the state of New York nightlife in the… Continue reading

Hong Kong Protesters Clash With Police Near Government Headquarters

HONG KONG, Nov 30 (Reuters) – Hundreds of Hong Kong pro-democracy activists scuffled with police on Sunday as they tried to encircle government headquarters, defying orders for protesters to retreat after more than… Continue reading

Some Of Hollywood’s Most Notorious Gay Murders Remain Unsolved / Queerty

Homicides in Tinseltown are nothing new. With an estimated annual average of 300-400 killings per year in the city of Los Angeles, we hear about a new murder occurring there practically every day.… Continue reading