“If someone does not want to marry me solely because of the fact that I don’t have hair on my head, why would I ever want to marry that person?”
“That day at the academy, as I stood outside the barbershop, I felt like I was betraying my upbringing. I didn’t want to look into the mirror for months.”
Where some of us would feel inconvenience at worst, they’ve had to stake their lives year after year to the rapidly changing climate.
“I think it’s a kind of human evolution, that we’re slowly transitioning into cyborgs.”
Climate change is changing the lives of Mexico's tlaloques – the farmers chosen to please the god of rain and lightning.
“When you can’t possibly escape anything, all you can be left with is talking to walls and inanimate objects.”
“Here, everyone is free to fall in love or fall out of it. Marriages aren’t sacrosanct because human beings, who created the institution, aren’t sacrosanct themselves.”
From sting operations at art sales to cheeky protests at the British Museum, the India Pride Project is on a mission to hold museums and former colonisers accountable.
India’s unemployment crisis made some content creators turn towards this subscription service to survive. But its yo-yoing with a porn ban is making them rethink their loyalty to the platform.
For the Teduray, there was no question, trans men and women were “real.”
The campaign in the Philippines prompted demands to rethink what one critic called a “sausage fest.”
Pakistani artist Misha Japanwala creates stunning art out of women’s naked bodies to empower them. Not everyone is pleased.