After last year’s Pulse massacre, it was fairly common to hear those on the right discuss the great threat Islam posed toward gays (some even called it the “greatest threat”) because of Omar Mateen’s pledge of allegiance to Isis. It was no coincidence that this rhetoric surfaced during the presidential campaign of…
You know your illegal downloads of Titanic and every episode of Lost are theoretically hurting someone, but many of you content thieves don’t think too deeply about it, do you? Maybe you even cackle maniacally whenever a head of an awards organization preaches about piracy on stage at a show.
Have you heard? In the same way the incoming president of SAE might poll his fellow frat members on what beer they should stock in the house kitchen, President-Elect Trump has been sending around a survey to his mailing list so they can “step up and play an active role in fixing our country and enacting our platform…
Judge Judith Sheindlin is not a U.S. Supreme Court Justice. But maybe Judge Judith Sheindlin should be a U.S. Supreme Court Justice. Maybe the 13 percent of Americans who think Judge Judith Sheindlin is a U.S. Supreme Court Justice are just dreamers. And maybe we should listen to the dreamers a little more often.
A solitary, silent majority of teenage girls plays video games: often alone, rarely online. When teenage girls do venture online to play games—and a fair chunk of them do, quite regularly—they usually don’t speak.
A new poll done by the Washington Post and Kaiser Family Foundation backs the oft-quoted—and lately, often disputed—Justice Department statistic that one in five college women are sexually assaulted. The poll surveyed 1,000 people who attended college in the last four years and found that twenty percent said they were…
Well, hold on to your...ugh, whatever. New research reveals that 30% of Tinder users are married, not single, as they are expected to be if they’re surfing a dating site. But you already knew that.
The Public Religion Research Institute just released a broad survey they conducted among 2,314 adults born between 1980 and 1997, and the aggregate of my generation's social opinions feel—as they tend to—alternately progressive and tremendously retrograde.
A small survey of college men points at something equal parts interesting and disturbing: one in three of them say they would be willing to "use force to obtain intercourse" as long as nobody would find out and there would be no consequences. But very few were willing to say they would commit rape, suggesting that…
A sex therapist says women will fantasize about a hot bod all day long, but in reality, they'd rather be with a fat guy, because it makes them feel less garbage-y. In other surveys, what wouldn't you do for love, looking how you look?
I love the surveys that make it to the top of the Daily Mail. They're personally relevant enough to read and outrageous and trivial enough to be totally entertaining. The latest survey that they cover does not disappoint. According to data pulled by something called DirtSearch.org, a background/criminal…
News flash: Americans tend to be idiots about a lot of stuff — global warming, vaccines, not standing on the left side of the goddamn escalator. The latest thing about which a surprising number of us are idiots is on what familiar internet terms mean. Because many Americans are old.
Eleanor Roosevelt is the Greatest First Lady of all time, according to a new survey of historians.
The Pew Research Center just released the results of a new survey detailing the acceptance of homosexuality around the globe. The numbers you see above represent the percent of people who believe in acceptance — as polled in 39 countries among 37,653 respondents from March 2 to May 1, 2013.
But what do you care? You still have your #1 main squeeze, masturbation; you're gonna be just fine!
A new 60 Minutes/Vanity Fair poll has revealed some interesting truths about Americans and either/or question-posing. An overwhelming majority of respondents haughtily said that Scientology (which, despite its high-profile celebrity devotees, has resonated with less than 100,000 Americans and has been likened to a…
AskMen polled dudes about their love lives and now they, like, totally know why he won't call you back! JK. The results of their "Great Male Survey" aren't that illuminating, but here are some highlights:
The results of our Millennial Survey are in, and it appears millennial folks did get a bit more praise growing up than crotchety Olds. Also, everyone thinks kids today suck — including kids.
Trend pieces on the troubles and triumphs of millennials are a dime a dozen these days, and they've started to sound kind of similar — the participation awards, the feelings of entitlement, the special-snowflake-ness. To shake things up a bit, we've decided to ask you what it was like to grow up millennial — or not.
Whether it's giving up sex for a younger face, or years of their lives for thinner thighs, the media loves a story about ladies renouncing shit. It's time for us to give up giving up.