How would anyone benefit from sending unsolicited, free Amazon packages to random addresses?
A generation that grew up queer on the Internet finds a home on Chicago’s drag stages.
Dan gives advice to a couple on tumblr, a “free sexual woman,” and the younger half of an age-gap couple, all dreading upcoming gatherings.
It’s a lesson in taking back agency in a world that constantly tries to strip young women of it.
Kibbitznest Books, Brews & Blarney attempts a return to old-fashioned coffeehouse culture.
Dan on STIs, long-distance commitments, and easier anal play.
“You’ll Cowards Don’t Even Smoke Crack” by Viper is an excellent combination of oddball outsider art and Houston hip-hop.
Dan on incest fantasies, an overweening mom, and a disability fetish.
Collages by two artists—one Polish, one Indian—are media for the postmodern age.
Has the flush toilet done more for society than the digital revolution? According to some journalists, yes.
As part of my Yom Kippur fast, I stuck my head in a book instead of a computer. Mensch, it had been a while
Don’t worry, Tumblr isn’t turning creators into mere regurgitators—it’s injecting new blood into an old remix culture
The weird world of Internet-famous Bay Area rapper Lil B
The true purpose of the Internet is revealed