A Dildo Maker Has Finally Determined What The Shape of Water's Fish Dick Looks Like

The Shape of Water is the story of a star-crossed affair between a mute woman and a fish man god-creature, a film that all but dares us to imagine the convoluted mechanism by which the latter’s genitalia becomes external and, uh, able to do sex stuff with a human. It’s also nominated for Best Picture now. Go figure!

What It Takes To Orchestrate The Way Your Car Feels And Sounds

All of those sounds you hear while you’re driving your car—the engine note, the exhaust, the hum of the road, the murmur of the tires—are only there because a noise, vibration and harshness engineer allowed them to be. Andrea Martin has made it her life’s work to create in-car experiences that range from the mighty …

Stock Your Drawer With 7-for-$28 Underwear at Urban Outfitters

Urban Outfitters is the butt of many jokes, most of which are warranted. But if you didn’t know that their underwear and intimates are actually really great, you should reassess yourself. Right now, grab seven pairs of undies from their in-house brand Out From Under for just $28. That’s even cheaper than most of…

Nancy Pelosi Gives Record-Setting 8-Hour Speech on DACA

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi gave the longest continuous speech in House history on Wednesday—clocking in at eight hours and seven minutes—in support of Dreamers, whose futures were not addressed in the bipartisan budget deal recently negotiated in the Senate. Pelosi, 77, did not sit or take a bathroom break,…

Philosopher Kate Manne on 'Himpathy,' Donald Trump, and Rethinking the Logic of Misogyny

There are few things more perennially relevant than a book about misogyny, but Kate Manne’s Down Girl: The Logic of Misogyny is particularly resonant in the era of #MeToo, Donald Trump, and the often contentious narratives that flow from both. A philosophy professor at Cornell University, Manne uses the tools of her…

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