Oregon Pharmacists Will Soon Be Able to Prescribe Birth Control 

Oregon Governor Kate Brown has signed a measure into law that will allow Oregon pharmacists to prescribe birth control directly to patients. The bill was sponsored by Rep. Knute Buehler, who is both male and Republican, who sponsored the proposal because, he said, “it makes no sense that men have unrestrained access… » 7/07/15 7:10pm Today 7:10pm

Oh, You've Not Yet Planned Your Wedding Moon? Time to Get Cracking

Quick question for those of you out there who are in the stages of planning your wedding: Do you ever feel like you’ve got too much time on your hands, or like you’re not spending enough money, or are hoping for another item on your checklist? Fear not, you rare birds: There’s a new Thing in town and it’s a -moon. » 7/07/15 6:30pm Today 6:30pm

Scott Walker, Noted Tool, Is Trying to Axe Wisconsin's Living Wage Law

Wisconsin governor Scott Walker sacrificed a leisurely Fourth of July weekend of grill-outs and fireworks in order to sneak a variety of harmful provisions into his state’s budget. Buried in the omnibus budget bill: a law that limits the information released to the public during police shootings, as well as a… » 7/07/15 6:10pm Today 6:10pm

How to Get Your Kid to Do Anything This Summer Except Look at a Screen

It’s summertime, and if you have a kid, you have to fill their time with something. Your first thought is probably to stick an iPad or Kindle in front of them because you can’t sing along to “Shake It Off” one more time without murdering someone—but the trouble is, the long arm of screen addiction is robbing our… » 7/07/15 5:30pm Today 5:30pm

Read Laura Prepon's Insane Interview In Scientology's Celebrity Magazine

Celebrity Magazine is the celebrity magazine of choice for Scientologists everywhere. A recent issue features a lengthy interview with longtime believer Laura Prepon, pictured above at a Scientology Christmas event, who talks unguardedly about the religion/cult in a manner that is usually shrouded from outsiders. » 7/07/15 5:28pm Today 5:28pm

Celebs Can Now Be Verified On Tinder, Will Still Be Miserable Like Us

Tinder is introducing “Verified Profiles” so that famous people can use the dating app more efficiently and also be just as miserable as the rest of us in knowing that there are, at once, way too many dating options in their vicinity and not one person out there in the world who will love them unconditionally. » 7/07/15 5:10pm Today 5:10pm

What Do Women Want? To Have Sex with Their Stepbrothers

Nestled inside the top sellers list on Amazon, between the James Patterson pot-boilers, the ubiquitous de-cluttering manifesto, and various forgettable beach reads, is the answer to what women really want: in short, to fuck their stepbrothers. For months now, self-published stepsibling romance novels have become a… » 7/07/15 4:10pm Today 4:10pm

Send Us Your Stories of Working for Donald Trump

Donald Trump is having an embarrassing week, with even the very white golf community distancing itself from him and his racist remarks about Mexican immigrants being “rapists” and “criminals.” In a neat and predictable bit of irony, the Washington Post reported Sunday that some of the workers finishing a Trump hotel… » 7/07/15 3:50pm Today 3:50pm

Anti-Gay County Clerk Demands That Tax Payers Help Him Shirk His Job

Casey Davis, a county clerk in Kentucky, is having a hard time doing his job now that gay marriage is now federally legal. Though this means that Davis is legally obligated to issue same-sex marriage licenses, he still says that he “deserves relief” from all the happy gay couples coming in. » 7/07/15 3:31pm Today 3:31pm

Documentary Packed in a Trunk Unveils Edith Lake Wilkinson's Lost Art

In 1924, under dubious circumstances, painter Edith Lake Wilkinson was committed to an asylum for the mentally ill. Her paintings were locked away in a trunk, mailed to a relative, and cloistered for 40 years. Now, HBO documentary Packed in a Trunk brushes off the dust and returns Wilkinson’s artwork to daylight. » 7/07/15 3:15pm Today 3:15pm

Hundreds of Lawyers Defend Moroccan Women Arrested Over Tight Outfits

Two Moroccan women, aged 19 and 23, are on trial for dressing indecently and have found themselves with more representation than they can possibly handle. After being arrested for “gross indecency” for “too tight” dresses in June, the women have become controversial figures in the community, with their arrests… » 7/07/15 3:00pm Today 3:00pm