Finally: Denmark to Ban Bestiality

There's good news for the cats, pigs and horses of Denmark: The state's rotten policy of allowing humans to copulate with unwilling animals is soon to be over. Next year, bestiality will be outlawed all over the land. Hamsters will run about their cages freely and squirrels will come out of hiding and look for nuts… » 10/13/14 7:10pm 10/13/14 7:10pm

Second Zoo in Denmark May Kill Another Giraffe

Just weeks after a zoo in Denmark made a controversial decision to kill a giraffe and feed it to lions and big cats, word comes that a second zoo may put down one of its giraffes. » 2/13/14 9:41am 2/13/14 9:41am

Copenhagen Zoo Kills 'Surplus' Giraffe, Feeds It to Lions and Big Cats

Zookeepers at the Copenhagen Zoo killed a “surplus” giraffe named Marius this weekend. And while that seems cruel, the zoo’s staff is more confused by how their actions have made animal rights activists freak out. » 2/10/14 1:45pm 2/10/14 1:45pm

China Is Pretty Much the World's Biggest Little Mermaid Fan

So China — as in, the People’s Republic of — is really into the Little Mermaid, and not that saccharine Disney cartoon we feed our tumescent American children. The Hans Christian Andersen fairytale is apparently a huge deal in China, so much so that Denmark has been able to establish a strong diplomatic relationship… » 8/25/13 3:00pm 8/25/13 3:00pm

Denmark Backslides Down a Sugar-Coated Slippery Slope and Vows to…

Denmark's brief flirtation with bland, culinary joylessness has ended, thanks to overwhelming public support for fatty foods. The Danish government recently announced that it will be abolishing a tax on foods that are high in saturated foods, which is really just government code for all the most delicious foods like… » 11/11/12 2:30pm 11/11/12 2:30pm

Danish Parliament Overwhelmingly Approves Equal Marriage Laws

In news of good things happening throughout the world, Denmark's parliament, which consists of the sole house of Folketing, approved new gender-neutral marriage legislation this Thursday by an 85 to 24 vote margin. Pink News reported that the legislation was passed after an opposition amendment creating a separate… » 6/09/12 6:00pm 6/09/12 6:00pm

Philoshophy Prof Wisely Decides to Advertise Class With Sexy Schoolgirl…

Ever wish your college course websites looked more like lad mags? No? Well, philosophy prof Vincent Hendricks apparently did, because he posed for pics with ladies in sexy schoolgirl outfits — and then splashed them all over the site for his spring logic class. » 2/23/12 2:00pm 2/23/12 2:00pm

The World's Most Adorable Polar Bear Cub Has World's Most Adorable Belly


Today, in a special North Pole edition of the internet's most adorable animals, we have an astonishingly sweet polar bear cub. His name is Siku, and he is being hand-raised at a zoo in Denmark because his mother couldn't produce milk for him. He's only a month old and, thus, needs 24-hour care. Luckily, he has a… » 12/23/11 7:15pm 12/23/11 7:15pm

Denmark Imposes The World's First 'Fat Tax'

If you are in Denmark, go to the store and load up on as much junk food as you can right now, because your government is about to start charging the world's first "fat tax" in an effort to keep you thinner and healthier. Don't worry this is not a tax on fat people. It's only a tax on fatty foods, which the government… » 9/30/11 3:40pm 9/30/11 3:40pm

Your Afternoon Handball Thighlight

[Aarhus, Denmark, September 21: Denmark's Kristina Kristiansen totally owns two players from France during World Cup 2010 women's handball tournament. Image via AP.] » 9/22/10 1:51pm 9/22/10 1:51pm

Foreign Romance: Have You Ever Fallen In Love With A Place?

According to a recent study, the five happiest countries in the world are Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden and the Netherlands. This makes sense to me, seeing as I've been obsessed with this region for years. » 7/15/10 2:48pm 7/15/10 2:48pm