Survey Says that 26.5 to 38% of Women are Bisexual

Biscuit, a UK-based website for bisexual women, conducted a survey over social media during the months of February and March. After compiling results from 100 respondents, they found that 26.5% of women identify as bisexual, and the 38% have had at least one sexual encounter with someone of the same sex, which suggests … » 4/15/14 4:45pm Tuesday 4:45pm

Popular Teens Are Victims of Bullying, Too

It seems like a stupid April Fool's headline, but a recent study has actually found that teens who are in with the in-crowd are "unnoticed victims of school-based aggression." As they work their way up high school's social ladder and increase their status, kids' chances of being bullied increases by more than 25 percent. » 4/01/14 11:40am 4/01/14 11:40am

How Good Was That Lay? The Factors That Affect Sexual Satisfaction

Most people consider a satisfying sex life to be one of life's key pleasures and often an indicator of a good relationship. Yet defining sexual satisfaction is no easy task. To better understand this elusive concept, scientists have devoted numerous studies to gauge the factors that play a role in how gratified we are… » 3/15/14 3:20pm 3/15/14 3:20pm

Communities With More Walmart Stores Also Have More Crime

According to a new study, Walmart's vast expansion in the 1990s correlates directly with a decline in crime reduction. In other words, more Walmarts = more criming. It's not that simply gazing upon that fucking Rollback Smiley causes people to go out and STAB EVERYTHING—it's more that Walmart tends to open stores in… » 2/13/14 3:20pm 2/13/14 3:20pm

Double Mastectomies Are Life-Saving, Mammograms Aren't

There's a lot of boob news today: two different studies have been published in regard to breast cancer that could directly impact its diagnosis and treatment. In one, researchers found that women with the BRCA mutation have a much higher chance of survival with a double mastectomy. In another, it was found that death… » 2/12/14 11:40am 2/12/14 11:40am

Shocking New Study Finds People Remember Uggos, Forget ‘Pretty’ People

In a study that just seems tailor made for the Daily Mail, researchers have made a STARTLING and GROUNDBREAKING discovery about attractiveness: it certainly helps to be conventionally attractive so that you can blend into the vast sea of symmetrical(ish) human faces and be a productive, prosperous, non-hideous member… » 2/09/14 1:30pm 2/09/14 1:30pm

Subliminal 'Noise Generator' Tricks Women Into Professional…

Entire books have been written recently about how women need to be more assertive in the workplace. But how do we actually get women to do this en masse? A recent study, published in the Psychology of Women Quarterly asked 60 female college freshmen to write an essay about their personal accomplishments. To reflect the … » 1/20/14 6:00pm 1/20/14 6:00pm