People with body integrity identity disorder struggle with a desire to amputate their limbs or become disabled. This is the story of someone who followed through with that task — and what happened after.Read More
In Canada, there’s an organization that casts spells and manipulates spiritual energies. Is it for real or just a comical sham?Read More
What taking a cannabis tonic for 1 month can do to your intelligence.Read More
If you can stomach it, add some cum into your diet.
A lymphoma survivor investigates disease scamming — a growing trend of faking health tragedies to rake in donations.Read More
That’s the thinking behind a start-up’s controversial new product, which cost $80 a box.Read More
A handful of curious pediatricians ate pieces of the toy to see how long it would take to digest — and they all lived to tell the tale.
From counterfeits to recalls, not all condoms are created equally. Here’s a few things you should take into consideration the next time you buy a pack.Read More
Sometimes our bodies physically cling on to things, and when we expel them years later, it can be cathartic (and a little gross).
To experience a “peegasm,” one writer tries not going to the bathroom for a really long time.
People are treating their ailments with black salve, an Edwardian-era paste that is not only gross, but dangerous.
The tantric healing modality is supposed to release tension through your vagina. But it was more like getting finger-banged by a stranger.