In her new book, political analyst Nanjala Nyabola examines a word that carries centuries of systematic violence, deliberate cruelty and assault.
People told us about the times they were judged at work due to the way they speak.
English vocabulary is evolving with our understanding of LGBTQ+ identities, but its dominance risks alienating older languages.
"When I used the word 'abuse', my mum burst into tears."
South Indian actress Samyuktha Hegde is the latest victim of aggressive moral policing in India.
For the Pardhi community, which has faced social ostracism and persecution, the India government’s ban against Chinese apps impacts them in many ways.
Asian women are tired of hearing about your Asian wife—and a simple T-shirt design has made the discussion viral.
Last year, the American Indian Center of Chicago ended its relationship with the team over its continued use of a real man as its mascot.
“As we were trying to find our comfort zone physically, on many occasions I would find myself dazed. I’d stop him mid-caress as if I came out of a trance and would force him to leave me alone.”
"There's a huge amount of pressure in the UK, and across the world to sound a particular way."
Coming out to others can be tough but coming out to yourself can be infinitely more difficult and scary. That is, until it gets liberating.