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 4/15/14 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