The Truth Behind That Viral Story About Michigan Making Anal Sex Illegal As Part of a Bestiality Law

It’s been widely and wrongly reported in recent days that Michigan passed a law making oral and/or anal sex illegal. A better way to put it: existing language making oral and anal sex illegal might stay on the books, because nobody wants to fight about it, because it would get messy.

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Full Frontal with Samantha Bee Punches Up and Punches Hard

There’s a scrappy quality to Full Frontal, the new TBS late night talk show led by former Daily Show correspondent Samantha Bee. Confident and natural on stage, the host—who’s currently (as no one’s been able to let her forget) the only woman in late night—strikes out immediately with a fury that’s startling and…

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Today's Best Deals: Corsair Peripherals, Valentine's Day Gift Cards, and More

Corsair PC peripherals, Valentine’s day gift cards, and discounted Sonos speakers kick off Tuesday’s best deals. Bookmark Kinja Deals and follow us on Twitter to never miss a deal. Commerce Content is independent of Editorial and Advertising, and if you buy something through our posts, we may get a small share of the…

Here's What New Hampshire Voters Are Most Afraid Of

New Hampshire, Vermont’s frigid, industrial conjoined twin, has the self-assigned duty of hosting the first primary in the nation. The state is, rightfully, a little bit intense about it. Today’s New Hampshire primary is nestled between religious Iowa’s caucus and also-religious South Carolina’s primary, and provides…

Ciara Files $15 Million Defamation Suit Against Future for Calling Her a Bad Mom

Since Ciara and Future broke up in August 2014, it’s the rapper who’s had the most to say about it, up to and including his most recent album EVOL, which includes numerous allusions to what could be construed as his ex. (On “Little Haiti Baby,” he raps, “You want an R&B chick? Shawty, it ain’t nothin’ to get her.”)

Iranian Newscaster for State TV Flees Country After Disclosing Years of Sexual Harassment at Work

A newscaster for PressTV, Iran’s state-run, English-language TV station, has fled the country after revealing she was sexually harassed at work for years. Two of Sheena Shirani’s supervisors have been suspended after she shared an audio recording and dozens of messages on Facebook from one of them demanding sex from…