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Don’t Be Afraid Of The Clowns

The red-nosed pros at the 2014 World Clown Association annual convention know you think they’re creepy. How does a maligned and misunderstood centuries-old art form survive bad PR and cultural decline? “In our hearts, we’ve been burned.” A spry woman… Continue Reading →

Conspiracy Theorists Are At It Again — This Time It’s About Friday’s Black Moon

Well, folks, it looks like we need to get all our affairs in order…again. If you believe that Friday’s black moon will bring about the end of the world, that is. According to some Christians and conspiracy theorists, we could… Continue Reading →

Meet The Trans Sex Worker Who Transformed A Gang-Controlled Prison

Karla Avelar survived a serial killer, gang attacks, and four years in a Salvadoran prison to become a trans activist on the global stage. J. Lester Feder and Nicola Chávez Courtright report from El Salvador. View this image › Karla… Continue Reading →

September 28 Is ‘Ask A Stupid Question Day,’ So Here’s Some Hilarious Inspiration

The internet is good for three things: shopping for things you absolutely do not need, getting into fights with cousins you haven’t seen in 30 years, and losing your will to live. googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display(‘VN_PG_DCBP_ATF’); }); Giphy And in case… Continue Reading →

Judge Rules Florist Broke Law Denying Service For Gay Wedding

Judge Alexander C. Ekstrom ruled the florist violated Washington state’s anti-discrimination and consumer protection laws. A lawyer for the florist says they will appeal the decision. View this image › Rob Ingersoll, left, and Curt Freed of Kennewick, Washington Julie… Continue Reading →

Man Suffering From ALS Does The Ice Bucket Challenge. And Has The Best Reaction.

David Kurt McClain has had ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease) for over 12 years, but despite being completely immobilized by this horrible disease, David has maintained a positive attitude which he says is due to his faith and his personal relationship with… Continue Reading →

Feminism In Faith: Kate Kelly’s Mission To Ordain Mormon Women

Long whispered about in Mormon feminist circles, the ordination of women is now decidedly in the public eye, thanks to a D.C.-based attorney. View this image › Photograph by Kristin Murphy for BuzzFeed Kate Kelly strode optimistically up the steps… Continue Reading →

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