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We spoke with a victim of female-on-male rape to find out what it's like to be the victim of a crime that most of society refuses to acknowledge is even a thing. Spoiler Alert: It's awful.
Unfortunately, if you don't happen to be the wealthy sort, the system is stacked against you in countless soul-crushing ways.
Since pop culture treats these BPD sufferers (and no, they're not all women) as a walking Worst Case Scenario, we thought we'd sit down with one and see what it's like to live with it.
The average body transporter quits pretty quickly. Here's why.
The world is full of women who are either in this situation right now or just recently got out. We sat down with a woman who escaped life as a 'plural wife' in a fundamentalist Mormon sect.
Thomas Wolfe suffered from an extremely rare disease that took four damn years to correctly diagnose. As we learned, not every possible disease a person can catch has been discovered.
In October, Cracked sent four of its most expendable out to spend a weekend at Slab City -- a place that exists without water, electricity, or laws.
After I pressed charges and took my experience to court, it became painfully obvious why the vast majority of women don't.
We wanted the inside 'scoop' (Editor's Note: The person who wrote that joke has been fired ... out of a cannon) on what life is like as the person inside that brightly colored van full of childhood obesity.
This is, quite simply, the weirdest job we've ever heard of.
Robert Young Pelton has spent most of his life reporting from violent hotspots around the globe ... and somehow getting interviews with people on both sides of the fighting.
It turns out there is a level of culture shock that is alternately hilarious and mortifying.
We wanted to know what television leaves out, so we sat down with an ER doctor for a candid look behind the blue, plastic, blood-spattered curtain.
Kung fu can be way crazier than the movies show you.
I spent 18 months in a minimum-security prison after I was caught helping my boyfriend sell drugs. This is what life is really like on the inside.