An employee at a restaurant in England was fired after a video surfaced of him harassing a customer with a learning disability. The owner of the restaurant has stated that he fired the employee as soon as he saw the footage. Despite his quick actions, the owner says he has faced threats against himself, his business and his family for his employee's behavior. View Now
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A video recently surfaced of students at a Texas high school using cat intestines as a jump rope during biology class. The video has since sparked outrage on the Internet.
A spokeswoman for the North East Independent School District says there was no “ill will,” and the idea of the lesson was to demonstrate the strength of the organ. With that being said, it was confirmed that the jump rope demonstration will no longer be used going forward. View Now
A mother of 12 decided to voice her disapproval of Target's transgender bathroom policy by staging a quick march at her local Target store with whom we assume are some of her children in tow. Watch as she accuses the retail chain of not protecting mothers and children, before urging them to leave the store. And that's just the beginning. What do you think of this woman's approach to spreading her message? View Now
This video that's trending again is difficult to watch whether you agree with this technique or not. We see a 6-month-old baby being lured to the pool with a shoe. Once she falls into the water she immediately turns around and starts to float. We see her struggling to swim and this goes on for what feels like an eternity. The video posted on Facebook has over half a million views so far. View Now
The following video contains explicit language: Emotions run high in this tense confrontation that took place at a Walmart checkout line. The woman in the background can be seen criticizing the man paying for his purchases with food stamps as his little boy looks on while sitting in the shopping cart.
The woman has some choice words about her tax dollars paying for his purchases, and the two go back and forth. At one point the woman assumes the man is a Bernie Sanders supporters after he asks her to write to her legislators and "vote Republican." View Now
A woman in Florida used her cell phone to turn the tables on a man who was previously convicted of voyeurism. Candice Spivey started recording after she recognized a man who approached her in a Target. You can hear the man, identified as 31-year-old Jeffrey Polizzi, making small talk before Spivey asks him about a previous encounter and he runs off. She outlines the entire incident in a Facebook post accompanied by this video that has been seen almost two million times so far. View Now
A rookie police officer in Jacksonville, Florida was not only fired, but later arrested on a battery charge. This comes after this shocking surveillance footage surfaced allegedly showing Akinyemi Borisade, 26, striking 31-year-old strip club employee Mayra Martinez more than once after she tries to kick him. This incident took place Wednesday. View Now
Sure it seems everybody is a little bit too sensitive nowadays when it comes to, well, pretty much everything. Just in case you're still a little "iffy" on what cultural appropriation means - here's a little breakdown courtesy of the Huffington Post. We're sure you've heard the term tossed around in the media once or twice. In a nutshell: Appropriation = bad. Appreciation = good. View Now
Seekers of the supernatural rejoice! This creepy photograph has a lot of people talking about what many say are a couple of ghostly figures at the top of the staircase. Here's the catch. The pic was snapped at the Stanley Hotel in Estes Park, Colorado by tourist Henry Yau. That's the hotel that inspired Stephen King to write "The Shining." As we all know by now, the movie later starred Jack Nicholson. View Now
This video has now been seen over 2.5 million times after being secretly taped by the 5-year-old Georgia student's mother and uploaded Wednesday onto her Facebook page. You see school administrators in Jasper County physically preparing the young boy for a paddling. The mother, Shana Marie Perez, says she was told it was either that, or her son would be suspended. View Now
It's no secret that body image is a huge factor in the modeling industry. In this heartbreaking video, model Zuzanna Buchwald recalls everything she put her body through to try and conform to what others wanted her to look like so that she could work. Spoiler alert: The toll it takes on your body just isn't worth it. Watch.
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A teacher in Beaumont, Texas is charged with assault after this shocking video taken by a fellow student went viral. Mary Hastings, 63, is seen striking a student multiple times on the head before calling him names and mimicking him. This troubling incident took place Friday morning.
Hastings was arrested and taken to the Jefferson County Jail before posting a $2,500 bond. Although Hastings is a veteran teacher she has reportedly only worked for the Beaumont Independent School District for three years. She now faces a misdemeanor assault charge. View Now
WARNING: This video containts language some may find offensive. A shocking confrontation that took place inside a convenience store in west London was caught on video and has quickly gone viral. According to reports, it all began when the man in the black shirt seen in this video referred to 25-year-old Ahlam Saed as "Batman" after she walked in to buy sweets wearing her full face veil. That's when the tense confrontation you're about to see went down. View Now
This video is going viral for all the right reasons. Regardless of where you stand on the transgender issue, the way this little girl reacts to news that his Daddy is now going to live like a woman because that makes "her" happy is warming hearts all over the country. Six-year-old Layla's mom took her out for a milkshake to tell her the news and started videotaping once she saw how open and accepting their little girl was being to the news that Daddy would now be known as Mallory. Watch. View Now
A video has surfaced from San Francisco State showing a controversial confrontation that took place on campus. In the video, a black female can been seen accusing a white student with dreadlocks of cultural appropriation.
"You're saying I can't have a hairstyle because of your culture? Why?" asks the student.
"Because it's my culture," she says. View Now
This video features several women reading real quotes by Donald Trump about women, as documented in the media. It has officially gone viral, having been seen at least 2.5 million times in the two days since it was released by Our Principles PAC. View Now
This vintage political ad from 1964 titled "Confessions of a Republican" has resurfaced online. Many are drawing comparisons between what the man in the ad is talking about to our present-day political climate. In the four-minute ad, an actor hired by Lyndon B. Johnson's campaign, talks about then presidential nominee Barry Goldwater. View Now
This video by artist Jody Steel is quickly going viral for all the right reasons. She created this time-lapse video titled "Body Image" as a way on commenting on what society deems as the "perfect" body and how that's not how every woman looks or needs to look to feel secure in her body. View Now
The following video contains graphic imagery. Things turned violent quickly after members of the KKK announced plans to hold a demonstration at a park in Anaheim, California. A brawl broke out between members of the KKK and counter protesters, resulting in 5 people being injured and 12 arrests. View Now
Exactly one year ago, we were all going back and forth with "The Dress." Can you believe it's been a whole year since that whole debacle? Now we have a whole new garment that's leaving everyone scratching their heads. This time it's an Adidas jacket that, according to who you ask, is either blue and white, gold and brown, or green and gold. What do you see? View Now
Although being transgendered is nothing new, Caitlyn Jenner has really brought it to the forefront in pop culture. So now we're asking a lot of questions, as we should. Teen Vogue got model Hari Neff to share 7 things you should never tell anyone who is either trans or gender non-conforming. The more you know... View Now
A so-called "satirical bill" was introduced to the legislature by Kentucky Rep. Mary Lou Marzian as a way to make a statement about elected officials inserting themselves into people's private and personal medical decisions. This bill would regulate men's access to the popular erectile dysfunction drug, while making sure the patient's spouse is aware of their usage. Zing!
Leave it to Queen Bey to drop a video that had tongues wagging one day before her halftime Super Bowl appearance alongside Coldplay and Bruno Mars. Check out her brand-spankin' new music video for "Formation." View Now
Monica Lewinsky talks to Vanity Fair about launching a new emoji keyboard to combat cyberbullying. Watch as she introduces a variety of colorful and meaningful anti-bullying emojis that offer support to those struggling online. You can download this keyboard for free here.
Before she was the reality show matriarch of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, Kris Jenner was the very good friend of both OJ Simpson and Nicole Brown Simpson. In this interview released by ABC News, Kris Jenner and Bruce Jenner sat down for an interview to discuss the OJ Simpson murder case, their kids and how she and Robert Kardashian are sharing parenting duties of their 2 kids. Wait, err, weren't there four kids at this point? View Now
The following video contains explicit language: An organization called #WomenNotObjects has come out blasting with this powerful PSA that points fingers in a big way at big brands and advertising companies who still use women and their bodies to sell products. Not only that, but they also sell the idea of these women being there solely for the purpose of pleasuring and pleasing. C'mon guys! It's 2016... View Now
Controversial graffiti artist Banksy painted the little girl from "Les Miserables" crying next to a can of CS and a bar code across the street from the French Embassy in London. Let's just say the builders where he painted this did not take too kindly to his work of art. They had the graffiti covered up after workers were unable to remove the piece. View Now