Shamani Joshi is a Gen Z-focused culture reporter who curates conversations on tech, drugs, sex, and unconventional lifestyles.
Photojournalist Hari Katragadda spent six years documenting the vanishing cannabis culture of a hash-rubbing community in Malana.
The Rick-Show is a mobile theatre experience inspired by the Japanese art form of Kamishibai storytelling.
From cabaret stripteases and secret park romances to extreme inequalities, Mitch Epstein’s photos serve as a time capsule of a special time in India’s history.
In a country with conflicting legal and social attitudes to marijuana, this idyllic cafe wants to break the stigma around the persecuted plant.
“They not only wanted us to construct a massive replica of the Eiffel Tower and the lamps you see in Paris, but also replicate the cobblestones of the streets.”
From stumbling onto drug operations to facing jail time, these urban explorers risk it all to get inside, above and around off-limits places.
“For vulva owners, getting a piercing in this area can make sex or orgasms even more intense.”
He’s also come up with a list of jobs considered the most boring by people. Is yours on it?
Photographer Jennifer Carlos’s intimate portraits capture trans women between rites of passage, sex work, begging, and hopes for a better life.
“I remain convinced that a simple image can have more impact on people, especially the youngest, to understand the probabilities of the consequences of inaction.”