Real Salon Article or a Parody?

The Federalist had a delightful post up the other day challenging readers if they could tell the real Salon headlines from the headlines parodying the online magazine. 

Try the quiz yourself — it’s not easy to tell the difference. I only scored four correct out of the seven headlines.

Here are a few more of Salon’s very real headlines from the past two weeks that could just as easily been fakes:

What I learned from dating someone in an open marriage

I’m a lesbian marrying a man​

Teach teens to tie each other up! Kids interested in BDSM could learn about “kinky” sex from “50 Shades of Grey” — or from a professional educator

​And finally, there’s this one. . .

10 more strange facts about penises

​”More strange facts?” How many more facts do Salon readers want?

 

 

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