What to Do When Your Kid Lies to You

A typical four-year-old lies about once every two hours, according to some studies. A typical six-year-old lies even more often (hourly)! Fellow parents: What do we do about this deception? How can we build trust with our kids and prevent them from growing up into psychopaths? This is the dilemma I’m learning to deal… »9/18/15 11:25am9/18/15 11:25am

Elementary School Newsletter Shows Different Curriculum For Boys and Girls

A newsletter sent to parents of grade school students in Texas showed very different curricula scheduled for the boys and girls. During a monthly class with the guidance counselor at Borchardt Elementary School, boys in the fourth and fifth grade would be learning about subjects pertaining to “college and career… »9/17/15 9:00pm9/17/15 9:00pm

Kim Cattrall Says She's a Surrogate Mother of Sorts, People Lose Their Shit

During a radio interview called Woman’s Hour in England, Sex and the City actress Kim Cattrall said she didn’t have any kids but acted as a surrogate mom for younger actors as well as her niece and nephew when they needed her. Now people are mad at her because… frankly, it’s unclear. Because she’s helpful? »9/15/15 10:15pm9/15/15 10:15pm

Employees of Day Care Center Charged With Running a Kids ‘Fight Club’

Two former staff members of a New Jersey children’s day care center have been accused of encouraging young children to engage in physical brawls with each other. The incidents, which happened under the supervision of 22-year-old Erica Kenny and 28-year-old Chanese White at Lightbridge Academy, were also posted on… »9/02/15 9:30pm9/02/15 9:30pm

Watch This 5-Year-Old British Lad Learn He's 'Going to Be a New Big Bruvva!'

How do you keep your pregnancy reveal video from being cloying and obnoxious? Hire this little boy to act as your shocked and thrilled son. Or at least hire someone (preferably a child) who can deliver a line like “Are you really having a bay-bay? Is it in your belly now?” with a similarly adorable inflection. »8/27/15 4:50pm8/27/15 4:50pm

Cast of Kids Share Memories for Film's 20th Anniversary

In July 1995, Kids, the movie that teamed photographer-turned-director Larry Clark up with aspiring writer Harmony Korine, was released. The film followed a group of New York City kids whose lives were solely focused on three things: sex, drugs and skateboarding. In a review, Roger Ebert examined the nihilism of the… »7/17/15 10:00am7/17/15 10:00am