Sia says Shia LaBeouf is a ‘pathological liar’ who lied about his relationship status amidst lawsuit alleging abusive relationship

Sia called Shia LaBeouf a "pathological liar" and said he "conned" her into a relationship by lying about his own relationship status. The "Chandelier" singer's comments come after singer FKA Twigs filed a lawsuit against him, alleging sexual battery, assault, and infliction of emotional distress over the course of their relationship.  Representatives for LaBeouf did not immediately respond to Insider's […]

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How to tell your family you’re not coming home for Thanksgiving

Confronting loved ones like your parents can be difficult, especially if it involves breaking tradition or differing views about coronavirus-pandemic safety measures. Psychologists told Insider the best way to break the news is to come prepared with clear boundaries and express them. You could also come with suggestions for alternative ways to celebrate. Expect emotional responses from your loved ones, […]

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4 myths about BDSM you need to stop believing, according to kink experts

BDSM, short for bondage-discipline, dominance-submission, and sadism-masochism, is a consensual sexual dynamic in which people play with power through different sexual acts.  While classic representations of BDSM often feature dominatrixes and submissive leather-clad men, BDSM is an umbrella term that covers a numbers of kinks and fetishes.  People engaging in BDSM have been framed as freaks, deviants, and sexually perverted […]

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How 2 stripper roommates make Zoom bachelor parties more exciting than awkward

Jessica and Aubry are roommates and also work together for the bachelor party service Bad Girl Productions, which started offering virtual parties during the coronavirus pandemic. Like in-person parties, virtual ones can be personalized with costumes and themes. To keep things exciting while working virtually, Jessica and Aubry wore "Star Wars" costumes, taught a bride-to-be how to twerk, and dumped […]

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How to ask for what you want in your sex life

Telling your partner you want to switch things up in the bedroom or try something new can be an intimidating experience if you're unsure where to start. Therapist Rachel Wright suggested asking yourself what you want first, then creating a safe space for you and your partner to discuss your sex life in a judgment-free way. Checking in at least […]

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I don’t find men or women attractive, and have never enjoyed sex. Am I asexual?

Samantha Lee/Insider Anyone can have a low sex drive, regardless of their sexuality, but not all asexual people have a low sex drive, according to therapist Rachel Wright. Consider whether previous trauma or abuse, in romantic, friend, or family relationships, influenced your lack of interest in sex. If you were taught that sex is shameful, that can also create a […]

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