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  An essential oils primer for smelling good and feeling fine Ever notice how inhaling a scent—of sliced orange, a rosemary sprig, or blooming lavender—can trigger a memory? Make no mistake: aromatherapy is real. The areas of your brain that process information from your olfactory senses—the limbic system and amygdala—are also involved in emotional learning and memory. In fact, the olfactory system is the only one of your senses that utilizes these two brain structures in this way. So perhaps it’s no surprise that the scent of...
Today in inventions nobody needed, a male chiropractor has invented a “lipstick” that glues your labia shut while you’re on your period. The product is called “Mensez” and is basically a glue stick for your labia. Ow. A viral Facebook post shows an ad for Mensez by its creator, Kansas chiropractor Dr. Dan Dopps.   The ad reads: “Have you ever woken up with your lips stuck together? It didn’t hurt and it was kind of fun. All you had to do was wet your lips from the inside with...
  Imagine Big Brother, only with kittens instead of people. Or imagine a giant dollhouse, only with kittens instead of dolls. Or imagine your desktop computer, only with kittens instead of spreadsheets. That’s sort of like what watching the live stream “Keeping Up With the Kattarshians” is like, only NOT AS GOOD. Coming at you straight outta Iceland, the livestream lets you spy on a family of four nine-week-old kittens as they spend their day in a dollhouse made just for them, complete with chairs they can sit...
Are you consumed by an overwhelming desire to drink every time you look at Twitter these days? Same. Luckily, we've found some easy ways to make pisco cocktails that are the perfect blend of sweet, sour, and heat — perfect for the "enraged liberal snowflake." Pisco Chile, the Chilean grape brandy which you probably know from Pisco Sours, is deliciously versatile. Have you ever had a Pisco Hibisco? Or a Polola? Here are three pisco cocktail recipes you can make at home (or, if you're too blinded...
  Writer and activist bell hooks helps us process the post-election state of feminism, and tells us how to move forward in the era of Trump By Lux Alptraum // Photos by Jesse Fox   2016 was supposed to be a banner year for women; the year female voters helped Hillary Clinton finally break through that “highest, hardest glass ceiling” to reach the Oval Office. Instead, Americans woke up on November 9 to discover that Donald Trump, a ruthless personification of the patriarchy, had been elected president. As many disillusioned...
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