The future is rapidly closing in on us like a rabid cheetah.
We talked to Gerbil, a trans man who recently underwent phalloplasty, and he told us that turning a hoo-ha into a wang comes with its own unique challenges.
Sadly, sci-fi hasn't taught us how to actually deal with life in space.
When looked at on a small scale, the story seems totally optimistic. When scaled up, pessimism becomes the big, stinky elephant in the room.
Has Science ever bothered to address what we, as a species, REALY need: awesome-looking superpowers? Actually, yes.
It turns out all those bad guys in shows like 'House' aren't actually bad guys.
Prepare to never feel clean again.
Climate change is slowly compiling a kaleidoscope of unexpected ways to make all of our lives a living hell.
There are times when Mother Nature is a maniac flinging neon paint and giraffe DNA into our universe just to see what will happen.
It's always been rough being a teenager, and there's at least some evidence it's now rougher than ever.
Soon, monkeys will have unsatisfying jobs in IT and erectile dysfunction.
If your nosey aunt starts asking why you didn't go to med school, show her this.
Don't trust anybody. Especially yourself.
Plenty of species are just waiting for us to extinct ourselves as hard as humanly possible -- and some of them might be getting a bit impatient.