Alt-Right Boss Attacks Trumps Repulsive and Creepy Fanboys

July 4, 2017

In Washington, D.C., on Sunday afternoon, the two camps of the pro-Trump far-right showed just how much they hated each other. They held their own separate diminutive events, just a mile apart, with leaders of each rally taking time to insult or diminish the attendees and organizers of the other. Reuters Rhys Baker of Washington, DC reacts to U.S. Park Police instruction to remove himself from the vicinity of a…


Do not mess with Josh f**king Groban if you’re a Trump supporter

July 3, 2017

Josh Grobansold millions of records with his rich, golden tenor, and he’ll earn thousandsof retweets with his scathingpolitical satire. The “You Raise Me Up” singer quoted a tweet from Reuters on Monday that saidthe United States’ global image has plummeted under President Trump’s leadership,addingthe caption: “Survey says….<studio audience chants> NOT GREAT!!” Survey says….<studio audience chants> NOT GREAT!! I — josh groban (@joshgroban) June 27, 2017 Perhaps unsurprisingly, this made…


25 fascinating things you never knew about Reddit, the front page of the internet

June 22, 2017

Reddit has become one of the most powerful sites in the online world. It averages between 10 and 12 million unique visitors and over 100 million pageviews per month, an audience size that can instantly make news and videos go viral. Their users help create new memes, push news stories no one else is covering, and boost content that would otherwise go undiscovered by the masses. The site has become…


7 Queer Celebrities Doing Great Things For The LGBTQ+ Community

June 19, 2017

Celebrities can be known for many things, whether their iconic roles, wonderful films, or even the occasional scandal. Othersuse their fame more proactively, becoming household names known for theiradvocacy work and commitment to equality, along with their artistic talent. With June acting as Pride Month, many are out celebrating, volunteering, and figuring out all possible angles tohelp those we know in the LGBTQ+ community. Luckily, we have plenty of queer…


Elizabeth Banks blasts Steven Spielberg, forgets about ‘The Color Purple’

June 17, 2017

While accepting her award from the Women in Filmnonprofit,an organization dedicated to promoting equal opportunities for women, Elizabeth Banks called out legendary director Steven Spielberg. On Tuesday Banks took the stage to accept the crystal award, whichhonors the excellence of women in film.During her speech, Banks expressed her frustration with Hollywood and the lack of female protagonists. Banks told the audience to take their kids to see films with strong…


The Age of ‘Not Helping’

June 11, 2017

Somewhere, someone first wrote Better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to speak and to remove all doubt. We are pretty sure it wasnt Mark Twain. It may have been Abraham Lincoln. It may have been somebody misremembering a biblical proverb, or the author of a book of rhymes for children. A Minnesota newspaper attributed it to Empeco. Wizard of Oz author L. Frank Baum may have…


Bill Maher: The Indisputable Godfather of Political Late-Night

Bill Maher delivered the first late-night television monologue of Donald Trumps presidency. Bounding onto the stage at his Los Angeles studio Friday night, the Real Time host blew his cheering audience a kiss and told the many fans watching live on HBO, It happened. It really happened. We Americans have a new leader: Vladimir Putin. Maher prides himself on his ability to get out ahead of his competitorshe was also…

May 21, 2017

14 Celebrities Who Have Opened Up About Their Mental Health

About one in five adults are effected bymental illness in the United States every year, according to the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI). Thats 43.8 million people. And one in 25 people have a mental illness that interferes with anactivity in their daily life, which is about 9.8 million people. Someof your favorite celebrities are among those numbers, working toward bettering their mental health, just like the rest of…

May 15, 2017