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Where there’s an American military base, there’s Spam. Here’s why the canned meat is so popular all throughout the world.
History repeats itself — and that’s why fashion trends do to. Take a peep at the historical forces that surrounded Georgian era fashion.
You may not realize it, but chances are you’ve already partaken in the ancient ritual of libation by pouring one out for the homies.
We may not know what the oldest running meme is, but if these 1923 predictions about 2023 are to go by, it may be the expectations versus reality meme.
In 1967, Nicolae Ceaușescu banned contraceptives and criminalized abortion in Romania. The effects of Decree 770 could be the future that lies ahead of America.
Corporations do some pretty shady things and they’re not above overthrowing governments for their bottom line.
The renowned Mona Lisa was a nobody – until Vincenzo Peruggia decided to steal her.
Today, we know that many historical figures were openly members of the LGBT community, and some were more secretive about their sexuality.
Septimius Severus was a Roman emperor who hailed from present-day Libya, making him African, but he was not black.
Gomes Eanes De Zurara was a chronicler during the European Age of Discovery. He also wrote what was effectively propaganda intended to portray slavery and conquest as “saving savages”.
By making mental health all about the individual, psychology fails to address the social factors behind the silent mental health crisis.
The eugenics movement was prevalent in the 19th and 20th centuries. It gave way for racism to flourish under the guise of improving the human race.
It’s a running joke that Facebook is home to parent groups and Facebook moms. But Reddit’s r/childfree community is also beginning to build its online presence.
Explore Black history and resistance in New York City by visiting these seven sites on your next trip.
What is the history of burritos? Who made the first one? And who gave it its strange name?
Mad Jack Churchill may have been the most badass soldier ever. And capturing 42 Nazis with only a sword is just one of many insane stories from his life.
Cults of personality made these men larger than life. So why do they work so well?
Learn some of the tragic yet inspiring stories of resilience and resistance by watching these LGBT+ documentaries.
Why are goat skulls satanic? The story of a humble farm animal’s transformation from horny trickster to horned devil.
These types of swords are cool. But you know what’s even cooler? Their histories and the fact that you can buy them today.
Trends come and go. Braiding hair is eternal.
There’s no corn involved and it isn’t even really Irish. So what’s the real story behind corned beef?