The Mongol Empress Who Held Genghis Khan's Empire Together

March 15, 2018

|Ariel Rodriguez

Her wisdom led the "the leader of the universe" to victory in 12th century Mongolia.

Meet 4 Of The Most Ruthless Female Gangsters That Ruled The Mafia

March 13, 2018

|María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards

In movies, TV, and literature, there are dozens of iconic male gangsters who made history, but what about the female gangsters?

The Gift Shop In The Desert That Was Populated By Creepy Dolls

March 8, 2018

|Ariel Rodriguez

Would you go inside an empty house full of dolls in the middle of nowhere?

The Badass Greek Women Who Became A Symbol Of Resistance In WW2

February 22, 2018

|María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards

Greece had one of the most effective resistance movements during WW2 being women the main pieces in their fight.

The Burlesque Queen Who Was Condemned For Finding True Love

February 13, 2018

|Andrea Mejía

Tempest Storm's career as an exotic dancer was threatened by media attacks when she decided to marry African-American singer Herb Jeffries.

The Ancient Persian Torture Method That Killed Victims With Milk And Honey

February 9, 2018

|Zoralis Pérez

Scaphism, also known as the boats, was a Persian torture method that killed people as slowly and painfully as possible.

Tantra: The Ancient Religion That Is Now Seen Only As A Sexual Practice

February 7, 2018

|María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards

In the past decades, tantric sex has gained a lot of popularity, but what's the real story behind the practice?

Ancient Egyptians Used Red Lipstick To Describe Their Sexual Preferences

February 1, 2018

|Zoralis Pérez

According to Egyptologists, women wore red lipstick to show that they were willing to give oral sex and that they were good at it.

Would You Be Willing To Marry A Corpse?

February 1, 2018

|María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards

For centuries, people in China have believed in the afterlife. For that reason whenever an unmarried person dies, the family must marry them to appease them.

The Bloody And Pagan Origins Of Valentine's Day

January 26, 2018

|María Isabel Carrasco Cara Chards

Ancient Romans celebrated the Lupercalia to purify themselves before a new year started and to secure their fertility in the year to come.