Oh boy did you guys read these. You read these a lot.

Did This OSU Fan Get Caught On Live TV With Her Sidepiece?

I’m gonna be real: typically, our most popular posts of the year do not usually overlap with our favorite posts of the year. But 2015 was good for something, and that’s the fact that Julianne’s exploration of whether this amazing OSU student appeared to caught on camera at a football game with her sidepiece—not her mainpiece—is our number one most-read post of the year fills me with joy.

13-Year-Old Girl Dies By Suicide After Dad Shares Public Shaming Video

The literal definition of a tragic story, but one that was deftly handled by Anna.

How to Make Your Vagina Taste Awesome

This piece, from 2012, proves the endless appeal of intel about those parts we tend to keep the most hidden.

Godless Parents Are Doing a Better Job

Tracy Moore explores what to many is obvious: “Morality comes not from a book, or a guy up in the sky, but from the idea that how you treat people matters, because how people feel matters.”

Matt Damon Interrupts Successful Black Woman Filmmaker to Explain Diversity to Her

2015 was the year everyone discovered that maybe Ben’s friend Matt wasn’t all that he was cracked up to be either.

The Unretouched Images Victoria’s Secret Doesn’t Want You to See

2012 again! What a great year.

Be Suspicious of the New Harper Lee Novel

Probably not your friend but definitely mine Madeleine tidily explored the many reasons Harper Lee’s Go Set a Watchman was not the To Kill a Mockingbird sequel we all hoped for, foreshadowing the book’s many bad reviews.

10 of the Spookiest Scary Stories You’ll Ever Read

In your thirst for spooky stories, this post from 2013 hit the must-read charts again, though I hear these two new posts from this year were also excellent (I do not like scary things and refuse to read them).

Rachel Dolezal Definitely Nailed The Hair, I’ll Give Her That

If there’s one thing we can thank Rachel Dolezal, the white former head of the Spokane, Washington chapter of The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People who continues to insist (sort of) that she is black, it’s that she brought out the best of Kara Brown, and that’s always a good thing.

I Have Questions About That White Lady Who Maybe Pretended to Be Black

Amen.

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