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Pics or It Didn't Happen

Here Are 25 Celebrities Who Are Unknowingly Helping Randos on Tinder Get Laid

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Having Skrillex in your picture makes you the epitome of cool (Tumblr).

Have you ever run into Oprah, Taylor Swift or Bill Nye the Science Guy? If the answer is “yes,” we have no doubt that you took a selfie and made it your Facebook profile photo for at least six months.

Chances are that you also made it your Tinder picture too, because what gets a conversation going faster than, “WOW is that actually Ice-T from Law and Order SVU in your profile picture???!!!” Read More

Campus Crackdown

University Demands Students, Faculty Submit Invasive Sexual History Survey

Clemson University are requiring that students and faculty give up personal information to a third-party site (Wikipedia).

Students and faculty at Clemson University in South Carolina recently opened their emails to find that they must complete a sexual history survey or face disciplinary action.

The survey — which asks invasive questions such as, “How many times have you had sex (including oral) in the last three months?” and “With how many different people have you had sex (including oral) in the last three months?” — is part of an hour long Title IX training course that must be completed by November 1 to avoid violation of the Code of Conduct, according to Campus Reform. Read More

Fun With Photography

Tina Fey Takes ‘Thousands’ of Super Close-Up Nudes to Protect Herself If Photos Leak

Because why not? (Screengrab: YouTube)

Following a recent theft of celebrity nudes that inspired a sleazy Reddit charity campaign and an even sleazier artist’s gallery show, celebrities are now discussing ways to protect themselves from such invasions of privacy.

On last night’s Late Show, Tina Fey explained that to avoid being identified if her nudes ever get out, she exclusively takes close-up photos of her butt. Read More

The Future Will See You Now

Monkeys Have Their Own Version of YouTube Where They Teach Each Other Tricks

It's the monkey how-to series. (YouTube)

Humans have been watching videos to learn how to fishtail their hair and photoshop their heads onto others’ bodies for quite some time, but a recent study shows that we’re not the only ones who can learn this way.

A group of Brazilian marmosets learned to open boxes for rewards after watching how-to videos of other marmosets performing the same actions, Nature reports. Read More