Weekly Roundup: June 20 – June 24

This week we talk rough sex, kids with nature, douchebag outfits, creative moms, and blind astronomers. Join us for more next week!

How Do I Have Rough Butt Sex Without Hurting Myself?

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A gay virgin asks how to have rough sex without feeling any pain. Resident expert Adam Dachis weighs in and gives lots of pointers and tips on how to stay safe in the bedroom.

Stop Blaming Parents Every Time Their Kid Gets Eaten

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After one kid fell into a gorilla exhibit, and another kid was eaten by an alligator, the public wants to blame the parents. Lindsey Brunken doesn’t think that’s such a good idea, read more to find out why.

 

A Style Guide to the Douchiest Urban Outfitters Outfits

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Want to look like a real tool this summer? Check out our style guide inspired by Urban Outfitters, the brand for tools and douchebags alike!

 

Creative Advice from My Mom

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Our very own network mom, Toni Dachis, gives all you artists out there tips on how to let yourself shine through your art! 

 

Legally Blind Astronomer Can See Deep Sky With His Naked Eye

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Science gets weird when a legally blind man can see the milky way better than the rest of humanity. How is that possible? Click to find out more.


Thanks for reading, and here’s a helpful tip for your weekend: “Beer before liquor never sicker, toothpaste before orange juice dead.”

 

Images courtesy of Seedfeeder, Allen McGregor, Urban Outfitters and Tim Doucette

NSFW: Two Trans Women Fight Cis Men ‘Like Bacon in a Pan’

Thanks to the readily-availableness of cameras these days, the Internet can often look forward to seeing the highlights of any good fight that takes place in public. In this case, it looks like two trans women got wrapped up in a scrap with two cis men on the Atlanta MARTA. So grab your popcorn, watch the video below, and see how people are reacting to this scene!

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Mom’s Response When She Knew You Were Gay All Along

Coming out to a parent about your sexuality can bring a mixed bag of emotions with it – especially if you’re unsure of how they’ll react.  Aside from the typical response you’d expect to hear about, whether positive or negative, some parents just know what’s coming before it actually arrives. And this mom made the best of it, as you’ll see below.

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