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Have you ever been to bar trivia and wondered why they're always hosted by 30-something white dudes who seem to think everyone else on the planet is super into baseball and Larry David? Or thought to yourself as you try to remember the names of all the sequels to Marvel comics movies, "Couldn't they have just asked me about lady-fronted rock bands instead?" Then our trivia night is the trivia night for you! Join us in Brooklyn this coming Wednesday, September 11, for the inaugural edition...
  These days, celebrity sex tapes pop up all over with a surprising amount of ease. Topless (and bottomless, as was the case with a certain N.Y.C. mayoral candidate) photos can be found leaked all over Twitter, sending the Internet into a frenzy. Videos can cause even more of a stir. Some people have even turned the release of their more, er, intimate moments into an empire. I’m looking at you, Kim Kardashian. But a sex tape that gives the viewer important information about an international crisis?...
Nothing beats a good 'ole parody of “Blurred Lines,” a song in which for I have an ardent hatred. If you haven’t checked it out already, read our Top 7 “Blurred Lines” parodies! In that list, you’ll find the video that took off this past Labor Day weekend. The feminist parody, “Defined Lines” was briefly taken off of YouTube Monday because of it’s “inappropriate context.” What’s hilarious about this is that the video is of three New Zealand law students who sing about dismantling the patriarchy...
    Early on in the documentary Girl, a DJ named Colette says that DJing-while-female is mainly about “ears and hands. It’s not different depending on your gender.” Director Kandeyce Jorden would have you believe otherwise, and she presents her findings in an documentary filmed in the years immediately preceding the current EDM explosion. Forbes released its “Electronic Cash Kings of 2013” list in August—and “kings” is exactly right, because the 12 top-earning DJs are all male. As anyone who follows Diplo on Instagram can tell you, the...
  Let’s face it, lipstick is pretty cool. It takes so much skill and grace to apply it, and it oozes vintage glam. But it also contains toxic metals: eek! The majority of lipsticks contain lead, but the amounts are pretty trace. Until recently, researchers were relatively unconcerned, but then they figured out that higher levels of eight other metals are also present in many brands.    University of California at Berkeley environmental health professor Dr. Katherine Hammond tells The New York Times, “It matters because this is...