Redditor Confesses to Statutory Rape, Lives to Regret It

Neetzan Zimmerman · 08/07/13 12:13PM

There are many ugly and offensive things on Reddit, but even the social news site's users had to draw a line in the sand after one of their own used the confession forum r/OffMyChest to anonymously recount the time he and a friend committed statutory rape.

Why I Hate My Giant Dong

Remy Stern · 05/11/11 05:28PM

Our culture is built on the notion that bigger is better, and the male reproductive organ is the root of it all. There are very few negative stereotypes associated with a sizable schlong. Of course, the reality's very different. [Jezebel]

Pope Weeps During Meeting With Abuse Victims

Ravi Somaiya · 04/18/10 04:15PM

In Malta earlier today Pope Benedict met with a group who had been abused by Catholic clergy as children. He expressed "shame and sorrow," and, according to some reports, was moved to tears by their tales. [BBC]

O.J.'s Confession

ian spiegelman · 05/11/08 12:02PM

Mike Gilbert, O.J. Simpson's former manager, has a tell-all coming out. According to an AP reporter who got an advance copy of the book, "He said Simpson had smoked pot, took a sleeping pill and was drinking beer when he confided at his Brentwood home weeks after his trial what happened the night of June 12, 1994. Simpson said he went to his ex- wife's condominium, but did not bring a knife with him. Simpson told him Nicole Brown Simpson had one in her hand when she opened the door."