Scenes from Transparent come alive in these photographs from a 1950s cross-dressing camp.
This wearable wants to track your sexual performance. For science, of course.
How often does one get a chance to go on the roof of the Grand Central Terminal? Our answer to this question posed by Animal NY is, uh, only in fever dreams. But two anonymous Instagrammers just took an unauthorized tour.
This is what it takes to be a writer, according to one writer.
In this mini documentary, the New Yorker takes a look at the Oakwood Beach section of Staten Island two years after Hurricane Sandy — and the many residents who have agreed to sell their land back to the state in order to create a new buffer zone for a new climate-changed world.
What a non-drawer learned from sketching for 3 days.
The entire case records from a Victorian asylum are now online. But, be warned, they’re a lot creepier than your usual Halloween fodder.
The story behind the viral 100 catcalls in 10 hours video, from the creators:
“No one had ever really given the world an ability to, just in broad daylight — without bias or judgment or messaging or anything like that — just be able to watch street harassment take place in the real world. And that was something that I felt needed to be out there. People needed to be able to see it happen in the real world, so that perhaps we can raise awareness about this issue and show people that, you know, there’s something wrong with this.”
This is what T-Pain sounds like without auto-tune. Spoiler: it’s not a crutch.