Movies + TV

Sesame Street's Take on The Avengers Is Parody Gold

Something very serious is going on in the writing room at Sesame Street. For the second time this month, the brilliant minds working there have turned out a solidly funny parody of a pop culture phenomenon. see more

5 Random Ways to Prevent Hair Loss

Losing sleep over your receding hairline or thinning mane? You're not the only one. By the age of 35, two-thirds of American men will experience some degree of considerable hair loss, according to the American Hair Loss Association. Even worse: By 50, approximately 85 percent of men have significantly thinning hair. While genetics play a big role, you can still have some control over the situation. Here, a few things you can do that don't involve lasers or surgery. see more
Sex + Relationships

Men Confess the Weirdest Things That Turn Them On

What really gets you going behind closed doors? We asked readers to spill their strangest turn-ons using Whisper, a social-networking app that lets you post those deep, dark secrets you wouldn't dare share anywhere else. Below are the best of the batch. see more

Why Milk Is Awesome for Your Skin

"Milk: It does a body good." Arguably one of the most successful (also, in this writer's opinion, annoying) advertising slogans of the eighties, it promised us that drinking calcium and protein-rich milk on the reg would give us strong bones and muscles. (To refresh your memory, check this out.) see more

For Its Next Trick, Google Will Predict Fashion Trends

Why bother listening to trend forecasters or (gulp!) fashion editors when you have that omnipotent digital all-seeing-eye Google to rely on? The search engine behemoth and NSA BFF will now be mining its ginormous load of data twice a year to report on fashion trends, according to the New York Times. "Consumers turn to Google Search in the moments that matter when it comes to fashion, giving us a glimpse into the latest up-and-coming trends for spring," Google wrote in a statement. "By looking at search demand patterns, geographic data, and co-search behavior, we can see what trends are see more

Gisele Celebrates Retirement by Modeling Nude for Vogue Brasil

My 20-year career celebration cover at @voguebrasil. Thanks to everyone who is part of this special edition. @gb65 @inezvinoodh @danielueda1@bartpumpkin @henriquegendre @gfrasson @danielhernandezdh @zee_nunes @pedrosales_1 ✿🌟✿Capa especial da @voguebrasil em celebração aos meus 20 anos de carreira. Obrigada a todos que fazem parte desta edição especial. A photo posted by Gisele Bÿndchen (@giseleofficial) on Apr 27, 2015 at 7:25am PDT Gisele Bündchen sure is sending us some mixed signals. After 20 years in the fashion business, the 34-year-old Brazilian supermodel is allegedly retiring from the industry that made her a star (side note: We will miss her. A lot.). see more

Stephen Hawking: Zayn Malik Is Still in One Direction in an Alternate Universe

Stephen Hawking isn't just brilliant—he's also pretty funny. At a talk given at the Sydney Opera House this weekend, the noted physicist (who appeared via a hologram projector, because how else would he do it?) fielded a question from a young girl who wanted to know about the "cosmological effect of Zayn leaving One Direction." see more

Prabal Gurung Raises Money for Nepal and 6 Other Things You Should Know This Morning

—Nepalese-American fashion designer Prabal Gurung (above) has already raised hundreds of thousands of dollars to help aid victims of the earthquake that took place in Nepal over the weekend. You can learn how to help donate here, where 100 percent of the proceeds will be donated to the cause. (HuffPo) —A new documentary focusing on the life of singer Amy Winehouse is a "misleading" and "unbalanced" portrayal, according to her family. (Vulture) —After sitting down for a tell-all interview with Diane Sawyer, Bruce Jenner will take part in an eight-part series documenting his journey as a transgender woman, E! see more

Watch John Oliver Rip Cheap Clothes to Shreds

Everybody loves finding a good V-neck tee for under $10, but how many of us really stop to wonder why a new addition to our wardrobe costs less than lunch? That very question was at the heart of John Oliver's "Fashion" segment last night, and as he put it, "Let's be honest: You know the answer to that." The answer, of course, is that "98 percent of your clothes are being made abroad," where sweatshops and child labor prevail, making it possible for clothing manufacturers to turn a profit on those $10 tees. But what's to be done about see more

How You Can Help the Victims of the Nepal Earthquake

Over the weekend, disaster struck in Nepal when a 7.8-magnitude earthquake devastated the region, killing more than 3,800 people and injuring more than 7,100, according to the New York Times. Aide is flowing into the capital Kathmandu, but many of the hardest-hit areas are in remote villages that are largely inaccessible. Getting supplies of food and water to survivors in those areas will be essential. Below, we've put together a list of organizations that are currently working in the affected areas and are soliciting donations to aid in the relief effort. The Red Cross Long known as the go-to resource see more
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