Young adults on the autism spectrum enjoyed a night for themselves at a club in Taipei on Sept. 26.
The event, inspired by those in Baltimore and London, was the first of its kind in Asia, drawing more than 100 attendees.
Shanghai celebrated International Women’s Day with a women-only event that gives attendees a place to comfortably explore their sexuality.
After holding its inaugural Asian event in China’s biggest city, Skirt Club revealed how open-minded local women were about sex, according to South China Morning Post.
Zouk Singapore, recognized as one of the world’s best nightclubs, just went under fire for letting a “fake” DJ in.
Guests took time to express their anger over social media. Apparently, they went through the night thinking that DJ Marshmello, the genius behind WaVeZ, was there all along.
With the craziness of New Year’s festivities coming to an end, it is time to give a round of applause to the people who spent their New Year’s Eve maintaining order for the rest of us. In honor of this past New Year’s celebration, a bouncer who worked at the Gatsby Sound House and Bar uploaded a hilarious video he recorded on New Year’s Eve 2014 with his GoPro. The video, shot in Ontario, highlights the struggles of drunken New Year’s Eve revelers and the incredible tolerance bouncers have for such people. Watch how this bouncer dealt with the drunken masses.