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Today history was made.  Over 350 people found themselves in the middle of Herald Square today...twerking.  Big Freedia, the New Orleans bounce hip-hop artist and twerk extraordinaire, led the mass twerkers to set the Guinness World Record for the Most People Twerking Simultaneously.  For two whole minutes, everyone from a man in a suit and tie to an 80-year-old woman twerked their way into history.  Even a few BUST people made it to Herald square to show off their moves. They captured the entire event and its...
A stereotypical view of NFL games conjures images of men in face paint pounding beers and eating copious amounts of junk food, leaving their wives/girlfriends/families at home. But those generalizations can be squashed as women continue to grow as an important part of the sport’s fan base. According to ESPN, 44 percent of NFL TV viewers are women, up from 34 percent in 2011. As far as getting more women in the stadium for game days, the NFL has been looking for ways to cash in on...
This heartwarming video, of a father helping soothe his 4-year-old little girl's fear of fireworks by singing a precious song with her, is guaranteed to make you happy, so watch it whenever you feel you need a boost.  But be warned: Side-effects may include instantaneous release of eggs from ovaries; overwhelming desire to locate sperm immediately; uterine weeping; blurred vision from tears of joy; uncontrolled desire to clutch at heart; sudden urge to say the word "DILF"; a feeling of warmth in your soul; and smiling...
We all know and love Dr. Seuss’s brilliant children’s books, texts, and artworks that taught us that love and compassion for every living soul can be magical; after all, “A person’s a person no matter how small.” His work has helped countless children navigate the confusion and excitement of growing up, made our futures seem full of endless fantasy: “Kid, you’ll move mountains!”  But guess what? He also wrote a book for adults, and although it didn’t do well commercially, it’s just as full of excitement...
Reported by the Los Angeles Times, a new group of Latina bicyclists are now riding the streets of LA with a mission. In light of Hispanic Heritage Month, and the fact that I am a failed Latina bicyclist, I took this article to heart. The nine-member female group, also known as the Ovarian Psyco Cycles Brigade, uses “feminine positive” slogans and bike with a political purpose. Their group’s playful name intends to create “acknowledgement/acceptance/pride in one’s historically oppressed body,” as the Times says. In this sense, the...
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