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A woman describes her sexual relationship with her estranged father

<b>(carlos castilla via Shutterstock)</b><p>Genetic Sexual Attraction is a phenomenon more prevalent than you’d think. Science of Us found one woman’s story<p>Jenny Kutner<p>January 15, 2015 8:49pm (UTC)<p>Genetic Sexual Attraction (GSA) is a term used to describe intense, almost obsessive romantic and sexual …

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8 Closets That Aren't Closets Anymore

These DIYers found extra living space in their home's smallest spots. This article originally appeared on GoodHousekeeping.com<p>It's unlikely that you lament about having <i>too much</i> closet space in your home, but have you ever considered what you might gain from repurposing one altogether? We know, …

Dining Rooms

Who the hell is Ant-Man, and why should you care?

When Marvel released the first trailer for its upcoming Ant-Man film yesterday, it was followed by an echo of the same question many asked when the movie was initially announced: <i>Who?</i> Allow me to explain.<p><b>[Content Warning: domestic violence]</b><p>[<i>Note: This article is mostly about the Marvel Comics</i> …

A Three-Step Formula On How To Shun Corporate Life To Start Your Own Business

Corporate life.<p>Upon hearing those words, you either jump for joy, or double-over in agony.<p>If the latter, pull up a chair and take notes because today calls your name.<p>You see–in a prior article on Julia Beardwood, founder and owner of Beardwood & Co., she shared her ten keys for success in the …

Watch Porsche Factory Workers Inspect 911s

The birth of your first child was pretty uplifting, wasn’t it? And getting married, whoa, that made you real fuzzy. The truth is, these heartfelt moments fade and your life soon revolves around working to pay for crap you never wanted. But watching your custom Porsche 911 getting prepped and tested …

Why We Should Be Excited About Scarlett Johansson Starring In ‘Ghost In The Shell’

Scarlett Johansson has officially signed on to star as the lead in the live-action adaptation of the classic anime movie, <i>Ghost in the Shell</i>. Initially a role rumored to be given to actress Margot Robbie (who can now focus her attention on playing Harley Quinn in <i>Suicide Squad</i>, which is not a bad …

Ageing does not have to bring poor health and frailty, say King's College scientists

Researchers at King's College London say the findings debunk the common assumption that ageing automatically makes people doddery and infirm<p>Ageing does not have to bring poor health and frailty, scientists have claimed, after discovering that the most active people in their 70s are as fit as those …

The Director Of ‘X-Men: First Class’ Took A Shot At Christopher Nolan’s Superhero Movies

Christopher Nolan boldly took the superhero movie in a darker, more realistic direction, which was popular for a time, but now it seems the Nolan approach is starting to wear thin with audiences. <i>Man of Steel</i> certainly wasn’t a rousing fan favorite, and the biggest comic movie success of the past …

Superhero Movies

Foxcatcher: a worthy film but not the classic it aspires to be

Bennett Miller’s <b>Foxcatcher</b>, which nervily pitches the stars of 21 Jump Street and The 40-Year-Old Virgin four-square at the Oscar voters, features so much admirable acting, writing and film-making that I wonder why it left me so unmoved.<p>The film details events leading up to the murder, by the …

8 Faces, Type Worship: Top Posts

New and updated:<p>Since launching in 2011, we’ve interviewed designers, written essays, presented research and hand-picked hundreds of inspiring type and lettering projects to feature on Type Worship. Here, we’ve collected a sample of the most popular entries—and a few of our favourites.<p>Typographers’ Typefaces<p>The 25 most admired typefaces by typographers, type designers and letterers. Wouldn’t it be great to have a short list of typefaces, hand-picked by designers in the type industry? Each issue …

We're (eventually) doomed: passing stars may rain comets on Earth

There are many things in space that can bring life on Earth to an end, whether they're wayward asteroids or the eventual death of our Sun. However, the chances of a calamitous event may well go up if the calculations of Max Planck Institute scientist Coryn Bailer-Jones are on the mark. He estimates …

Comets

This Is What Famous Paintings Look Like as Raw Data

These days, you're more likely to see the works of great artists on a screen rather than in person. And that raises an interesting question: what are …

Painting

Men's Fashion, Style, Grooming, Fitness, Lifestyle, News & Politics

Best Stuff<p>These tested-and-approved picks will make that musty drawer of cut-off tees a thing of the past.<p>By The Editors of GQ2 days agoView More<p>News …

U.S. Stocks Tumble Along With Oil Prices

Dow Drops More Than 300 Points, Posting Biggest Loss Since October<p>By<p>Dan Strumpf<p>Dan Strumpf<p>The Wall Street Journal<p>Biography<p>@DanStrumpf<p>Dan.Strumpf@wsj.com<p>The Dow industrials tumbled more than 300 points Monday, kicking off the new year on a sour note as a renewed slide in oil prices sent energy …

Stock Markets

Serotonin map of brain could lead to better targeted antidepressants

Research that aims to map the activity of serotonin in the brain could revolutionise the use of antidepressants and behavioural therapy for people with mental illnesses.<p>The neurotransmitter serotonin has long been associated with mood, with drugs that boost the chemical in the brain helping to …

Wolf Moon marks the start of a year of stargazing

January is the best month to stare into the night sky, say astronomers, as tonight sees first full moon after winter solstice<p>At 5.15pm tonight, for the only time this year, the Wolf Moon rises.<p>The first full moon following the winter solstice, the so-called Wolf Moon is well-entrenched in folklore …

Posters Of Wes Anderson Films Out-Twee Wes Anderson Films

In his love for Futura, bold colors, abstract patterns, and blocking, Wes Anderson has long seemed influenced by old Penguin and Pelican paperback covers. But what if Wes Anderson movies <i>were</i> paperbacks? Well, they’d probably look like this.<p>Designed by San Francisco-based Concepción Studios as a …

The Eight Ugly Scars of Runaway Inequality

America is the richest country in all of history. We have the largest economy and the largest number of millionaires and billionaires. At the same time, however, we lead the developed world in economic inequality. In 1965, CEOs received $20 for every dollar earned by the average worker. Today the …

Chris Christie shares his joy at Cowboys' victory with awkward group hug

Professional sports have a way of prompting visible manifestations of fans’ most powerful emotions – despair, rage, exuberance. And stadium cameras capture even politicians in the ecstatic throes of fandom.<p>On the football field on Sunday night, the hometown Cowboys sealed a playoff victory over the …

New Jersey

11 Movies to Watch Out for in 2015

The non-blockbuster must-see features of the year.<p><b>Hey, did you know that a brand-new Star Wars film</b> is coming out in December? And an <i>Avengers</i> sequel is on the way in May? And yet another <i>Jurassic Park</i> adventure arrives in June? Oh, wait—of course you did, because even at this early stage of 2015, …

A 200-year life is a fate worse than death

Scientists have discovered the genes that give bowhead whales a 200-year lifespan. But who wants to live that long?<p>In <i>The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy</i>, Marvin the robot is left outside the time machine and has to wait for millions of years while his friends travel through millennia in an …

How Marketing Will Change In 2015: The Creative Forecast

By Jeff Beerlong Read<p>It’s a new year and time for prediction and anticipation. How much mobile-first, e-commerce-driving engagement will you be …

Netflix restricts streaming from abroad

For years, Netflix viewers living abroad have been able to trick the streaming video service into letting them watch American shows. That trick no longer works.<p>Netflix (NFLX) has always restricted certain American content from being watched in foreign countries, due to licensing agreements with …

Look At The Crazy Designs For The World’s First Underwater City

The Ocean Spiral, a futuristic concept for a self-sufficient city designed to float in the middle of the ocean, uses the sea to run infrastructure …

12 Ways Yoga Changed My Life (And Could Change Yours)

Yoga isn't just about pretzel shapes and handstands, it's about recognizing and nourishing the light that resides within.<p>January is a great month for getting into (or back to) a yoga practice. When you step onto your mat you may alter a lot more than your waist circumference... if you're like me …

Yoga

Tsarnaev trial starts: 13 things to keep in mind

<b>(CNN) —</b> He's accused of plotting with his brother and carrying out an attack near the finish line of the Boston Marathon that killed three people, wounded more than 260 and spurred a massive manhunt that terrorized the city for days.<p>And now, nearly 19 months after the bombings, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's …

“Knaves and fools”: Paul Krugman on what Obama’s critics get wrong

<b>Paul Krugman (Reuters/Anton Golubev)</b><p>With a real recovery seemingly underway, conservatives have egg on their faces<p>Luke Brinker<p>January 5, 2015 1:45pm (UTC)<p>Remember President Barack Obama -- the guy whose policies would surely wreak havoc on the American economy, killing jobs and prolonging the …

Tomb of mystery Egyptian queen discovered by archaeologists

Czech archaeologists uncover last resting place of Khentakawess, believed to be a previously unknown wife of Pharaoh Neferefre<p>Czech archaeologists have unearthed the tomb of a previously unknown queen believed to have been the wife of Pharaoh Neferefre who ruled 4,500 years ago, officials in Egypt …