Jenna Lyons Hires 5-Year-Old to Design Clothes for J.Crew

Thanks to fashionable tots like North West and the trend of children dressing like grownups, there are kids who dress better than we ever will. And now, a tiny style icon has designed a collection for one of the world’s most well-known brands, at the tender age of 5. Sydney Keiser, who goes by the punk rock-sounding… »5/03/15 6:30pm5/03/15 6:30pm


Survey Shows Gay and Bisexual Teens Have Heightened Pregnancy Risks

Canadian experts are calling for sex education in the province of British Columbia to be modified to account for results of a survey on pregnancy risks for queer youth. The results show that lesbian, gay, and bisexual youth have heightened pregnancy risks versus their heterosexual counterparts. »8/05/14 10:20pm8/05/14 10:20pm

Insufferable Teen Vine Star Blames AIDS on 'Fags'

Nash Grier, a teenage Vine star who earlier this year made a mockery of your film studies degree by inking a movie deal, has offered a tepid apology for posting a video to the web wherein he blamed the spread of AIDS on "fags." Color me surprised that a kid whose art is characterized by hacky jokes about women and… »7/08/14 11:30am7/08/14 11:30am

High School Teacher Targeted in Gross Upskirt Photo Competition

Six students have been expelled and six more suspended after administrators at a Bay area Catholic high school discovered the boys had been taking upskirt photos and videos of their teachers. The photos were part of a long-running "competition" between boys at the all-male Junipero Serra High School in San Mateo,… »5/16/14 2:40pm5/16/14 2:40pm

High School's 'Prom Draft' Under Scrutiny for Being a Sexist Creepshow

Corona Del Mar High School in Orange County, California, has a longstanding tradition called the "prom draft," in which senior boys draw numbers to choose dates from a pool of available girls. Boys also have the opportunity to pay "as much as $140" for a first-round pick, in hopes of "getting" the girl they "want."… »5/07/14 4:30pm5/07/14 4:30pm

Teenager Proffers Way to Save U.S. Gov't $400+ million

14-year-old Suvir Mirchandani used his science fair project to study ink use in typefaces and came up with the amazing above estimation the US Government could save if they switched from Times New Roman to Garamond typeface in all official documents. But, that was last year's science fair project that's just getting… »3/29/14 5:00pm3/29/14 5:00pm

Mom Tries to Teach Adorable Little Girl About the Dangers of Cookies

There are so many things about being a parent we just take for granted. Like it's got to be easy to teach your kids that they can't talk to strangers, right? Seems like a no-brainer! But nope. Kids have their own ideas about everything and this little girl proves just how hard moms and dads have to work to teach them… »3/13/14 10:35pm3/13/14 10:35pm