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  The artist Addie Wagenknecht is known for her critical examinations of internet culture. In the past, she has staged performance art pieces revealing the appeal of anonymity. She has created internet pages that refuse to load, revealing our urgent need for gratification through imagery. In Brussels’s recent Digital Now exhibit, she uses the internet and technology, tools that she admits are generally controlled by men, to create groundbreaking and sometimes unsettling portraits of modern womanhood.  In The Optimization of Parenting, Wagenknecht unveils a bright orange industrial...
At the recent London premiere for The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, everyone’s fantasy celeb BFF Jennifer Lawrence was spotted comforting a crying child who was sitting behind a security barrier. Hugs and cheering ensued, and everybody collectively named J-Law the best human in the world forever.  Watch this endless GIF of the scene (because I KNOW YOU WANT TO), and check out the full video below. Thanks to Vulture Image via AceShowbiz, GIF via ONTD Video via DailyMail ...
“I’m surprised that men are selfish in bed,” said no one ever. In case you had any doubts, though, this study, which surveys 24,000 students at 21 different colleges over the course of five years, shows that 80 percent of men had an orgasm the last time they hooked up with someone, compared to 40 percent of women. Men involved in the study admitted that they don’t focus as much on pleasing their partner when it comes to random sex as much as they might...
Teenage phenom, Lorde, has been blowing minds since her chart-climbing hit, “Royals,” and upon the release of her addition to The Hunger Games soundtrack, it looks like she will remain queen bee indefinitely.  Her cover of Tears for Fears' “Everybody Wants to Rule the World” (currently streaming online), sounds like a dark battle cry.  It seems fitting for the bloody dystopian images in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. Lorde's rising stardom is the perfect match for this year's most anticipated film. Even Curt Smith, original band...
The third season of American Horror Story is in full swing, bursting with witchy awesomeness. All of you “Coven” fans out there are going to be psyched to know that Stevie Nicks is scheduled to make an appearance on the show. I repeat: the goddess herself will be making an appearance on American Horror Story, officially improving television forever. Ryan Murphy tweeted the news this morning and I practically squealed in excitement. One of the central characters, Misty Day (played by Lily Rabe), is a shoo-in...
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