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You have probably heard that radical feminists headed by Anita Sarkeesian are, completely unexpectedly, trashing the new Deadpool movie on social networks and demanding it to be banned.


You have probably heard that Donald Trump is following in the footsteps of one of the greatest United States President John F. Kennedy after making comments about sending man on Mars.




You have probably heard that social justice activists launched an appeal to the American Medical Association for banning the terms male and female in medical use. Apparently, they deem the terms that are associated with biological s*x transphobic.


You have probably heard that the pharmaceutical company Pfizer Corp. is supporting self-diagnosed users of the popular social network Tumblr. This move comes after the pharmaceutical giant presumably found a cure that would rid Tumblrians of their diseases which is why the company is lobbying for ps…


You have probably heard about the controversy that occurred at the Miss Universe contest after Steve Harvey announced the wrong winner. Instead of naming Miss Philippines as the winner, he named Miss Colombia who was the first runner-up.


You have probably heard that the youngest daughter of real-estate mogul and Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump, Tiffany Trump, wants to marry a Mexican national who migrated to the country last year.


You have probably heard that feminists have now drastically switched their position on assigning children gender roles. As you may now, the movement first advocated for not assigning children gender roles because gender should allegedly not be imposed on toddlers.


You have probably heard about the new movement, which started on the social network Tumblr, that aims to ban “straight cisgender male and female” behavior in and around university campuses.


You have probably heard that a transgender Canadian man, Stefonknee Wolschtt, left his wife, with whom he has been married for 23 years, and seven children to live as a six-year-old girl with his adoptive parents.


You have probably heard that numerous universities in Western Europe and the United States, including the prestigious Oxford University, Cambridge University and Harvard University, are planning to ban


You have probably heard that the poster child for Bernie Sanders voters has been chosen by users on the website This person, who goes by the name Monnie Riot (on Facebook and YouTube at least), won by a landslide among five other candidates.


After publishing the article about Anita Sarkeesian and Zoe Quinn wanting to ban all men, it somehow found its way to our feminist fanbase which prompted them to send us a heartwarming e-mail.


You have probably heard that the popularity of the “entertainment” news site BuzzFeed has sharply decreased in the last month which is why the editorial staff has decided to do something rather controversial.


You have probably heard that the popular social networking site Tumblr will be turned into the first ever online mental asylum. The decision to do this came after parents of many of Tumblr users appealed to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), saying that this is their last hope.


You have probably heard that the two self-proclaimed leaders of women around the world and radical feminists, Anita Sarkeesian and Zoe Quinn, are scheduled to appear before the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) mid-December.


You have probably heard that many pictures of female celebrities, including Jennifer Lawrence, Ariana Grande, Scarlett Johansson and Kate Upton, were leaked earlier this year, but the identity of the person or persons who did this remained unknown.


You have probably heard about the incident that happened at the Ellen DeGeneres show during which one of her fans threw a fit. As a reminder, Ellen DeGeneres is known for her philanthropic and charity work.


You have probably heard that social psychologists from the University of Phoenix conducted a study focusing on the behavior of individuals who frequent social networks such as Tumblr and Livejournal which led them to conclude that there is a great resemblance between them and the notorious German po…


You have probably heard that a 24-year-old American woman is suing Stephenie Meyer, the author of the best-selling vampire romance series Twilight. Namely, Isabella Lake filed a copyright lawsuit yesterday, demanding a total of $505.6 million in damages.


You have probably heard that mass protests are taking place across the United States of America after the White House reported that major ammunition shortages have hit the country.


You have probably heard that China’s lunar space mission has landed on the surface of the Moon, but Chinese astronomers report that they haven’t found any evidence of the American lunar landing.


You have probably heard what the Russian president Vladimir Putin said about the US Republican presidential candidate and real-estate mogul Donald Trump.


You have probably heard that that popular coffee company and coffeehouse chain Starbucks plans to open a new chain of gun-friendly coffee places across the United States. The coffeehouses will have a firearm theme and will be called “Starfire”.


You have probably heard that the crowdfunding platform GoFundMe launched a campaign today entitled “Pay Donald Trump to shut up forever”. An anonymous fundraiser started the campaign which is becoming more popular by the minute.


You have probably heard that that the autocratic North Korean leader Kim Jong-un will star in a movie whose plot revolved around assassinating the President of the United States of America.


You have probably heard that the online collectible card game Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft will introduce a card that features the Russian President Vladimir Putin.


You have probably heard that the Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders promised at today's rally in New Hampshire that if he becomes president he will make all government programs free. This means that health care, education, the space program, among others, will all be free of charge and a…


You have probably heard that the archaeologists from the University of Oxford have finally discovered why the famous monument Stonehenge was built. By conducting carbon dating analyses and a battery of other tests, they determined that the famous English monument is not as old as thought earlier.


You have probably heard that the United States Congress is planning to annex Canada next year after the latest OPEC (Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries) report said that oil reserves will completely disappear by the year 2018.


You have probably heard that China introduced the method of electroshock therapy in hospitals to cure homos*xuality. Apparently, the doctors attach electrodes to the head and parts of s*xual organs of the patient.


You have probably heard that the United States President Barack Obama has joined Facebook today. The first thing he did after joining the most popular social network is posting a cover photo of him riding his favorite thing – a drone.


You have probably heard that the Salvadoran national Jose Salvador Alvarenga has had a real-life Robinson Crusoe experience after he went fishing off the coast of Mexico and disappeared for 14 months.


You have probably heard that the latest 300-page report from Bank of America Merrill Lynch forecasts that in the next 10 years home robots will be available for purchase. The report says that huge advancements have been made in the field of merging artificial intelligence and robotics.


Have your heard the new anthem of the free internet? It was written and produced by a popular Bosnian music band Dubioza Kolektiv whose music consists of various styles ranging from reggae, dub and rock intermixed with political lyrics along with uplifting and melodic tendencies.


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