Did you ever wonder what it's like inside a gay wing of a men's prison? Did you even know that there was a gay wing?
"LA Weekly" got an inside look at one such place at the L.A. County Sheriff's Men's Central Jail dubbed "K6G," the only of its kind in any major U.S. city.
"You're allowed to be with whomever you want to, talk to whomever you want and do whatever you want to, basically, as long as you do it in a respectable way," said one of the inmates.
It was established as a result of a 1985 ACLU lawsuit to protect gay prisoners from the threat of violence.
According to the article, the inmates have created a peaceful community (with a few exceptions) in K6G, so much so that even the straight inmates try to get in - if the "classification officer" thinks they are suitable.
To mark the release of "Far Cry 4", Ubisoft asked British inventor Colin Furze to build a weaponized, motorized rickshaw, or what is also known as a Tuk-Tuk.
After installing a Honda CBR600 engine to a rickshaw he bought off eBay, Furze added some AK-47s on the side, a set of uzis that pop out of the front and a flamethrower on the back, among other modifications.
You can check out some of his other inventions on his site, including an ice bike, a fireworks safety suit and automated Wolverine claws.
Ouch. When life hands you Lemon, things get awkward really fast.
In an interview Tuesday with Joan Tarshis, one of the women who recently spoke up about new allegations of sexual assault against Bill Cosby, CNN anchor Don Lemon offered some very unusual advice on how she might have avoided it.
Lemon: You — you know, there are ways not to perform oral sex if you didn't want to do it.
Tarshis: I was kind of stoned at the time, and quite honestly, that didn't even enter my mind. Now I wish it would have.
Lemon: Right. Meaning the using of the teeth, right?
Following the interview, Twitter users took to the hashtag #DonLemonReporting to express their meme-rage.
I mean really, Mrs. Kennedy, did your husband have to be riding around in a convertible? #DonLemonReporting— Stephanie Levy (@stephanie_levy) November 19, 2014
"Yes, but the Hindenburg could have just turned left, did anyone think to turn left?" #DonLemonReporting— Oliver Willis (@owillis) November 19, 2014
Show me on this doll where you're faking your allegations. #DonLemonReporting— Crutnacker (@Crutnacker) November 19, 2014
Bruce Wayne should thank the man who killed his parents. That man gave him the motivation to become Batman. #DonLemonReporting— L. Brothers Media (@LBrothersMedia) November 19, 2014
"Buffalo residents, If you didn't want to be buried in snow, then why do you live in Buffalo?" #DonLemonReporting— The Democrat Machine (@DemocratMachine) November 19, 2014
While we have already learned that the "Drunk Girl in Public" video was a fake (is anything even real anymore?), now the actress hired to play said drunk girl is also speaking out.
Jennifer Box has released a video apologizing for the stunt Monday, which she says was originally pitched to her as a "lighthearted prank show."
She said she never would have participated if she had known the damaging outcome of the video. But isn't forever being remembered as "that drunk girl in public on Hollywood Boulevard" a good enough reason to turn it down?
The men in the video recently spoke up about the prank to Inside Edition and the mastermind behind the entire debacle, Stephen Zhang, has made the original video private, which had racked up millions of views since it aired.