"Raunchy? I don't think I'm raunchy. All my male peers get to talk about their dicks without being labelled dirty."
In the 1960s, people came together on city streets in anger over how young black men were being mistreated by the police. Sound familiar?
Farber's testimonial play Nirbhaya explores the reality of rape in India and worldwide.
He's immune to the internet and doing his best not to die.
Saad Hossain researched his darkly humorous novel by reading the blogs of soldiers serving in Iraq.
Don't waste your life on shitty clicks.
I used to think people with anxiety could talk themselves out of it. Now I know better.
McGlue, The Dig, and Love Hotel are three feverish novels where the only things that seem for certain are fear and death.
Baltimore has a history of suppressing and shaming black victims of police brutality.
The one thought that completely invades my brain when I'm awake (and even, at times, in my sleep) is: "Will I vomit today?"
Fans of The Avengers aren't the only lovers of Thor. We looked into the current observations of Odinism and Asatru, religions that celebrate the Norse gods, to reveal their dark, white supremacist underbelly.
Also this week: A woman stabbed her hair stylist because she wouldn't give her a refund.
The UK government has all but abandoned the vital issue of race in mental health treatment—a frightening reality when you consider that the number of people from minority groups being admitted for crisis care vastly outweigh any other.
We spoke to Guy Lyon Playfair, the investigative journalist who spent 14 months in Enfield's supposedly haunted house.
Australia's correctional system is all too frequently the first place of treatment for indigenous people with mental issues.
One in five of us will experience depression in our lifetime. Here are some tips on how to help someone who is unwell.
The stigmatizing of mental illness continues to discourage people from seeking help or speaking openly about their experiences.
I tracked down the star of one of my favorite pornos to ask her about emotional attachment, vulnerability, and what love even is.
The Australian Tax Office has named Delungra the lowest earning town in the country. We asked some locals what it's like to live there.
When a conservative suburb changed its zoning laws to keep the sex club out, its members came up with a very creative solution.
This week we head to Egypt to investigate the looting of priceless antiquities and then travel to China, where millionaires pay big bucks to bring white guys to their parties.
We spoke to people who have experienced both voluntary and involuntary sectioning under the 1983 Mental Health Act.
Everything really is awesome when you're part of the team.