For the thousands of British sex workers with a permanent criminal conviction, finding and keeping a new job isn't just difficult—it's nearly impossible.
In Germany and the Netherlands, the majority of women seeking hymenoplasty are young Muslim women. We speak to doctors about the rising demand for the controversial procedure.
Nottinghamshire Police made headlines when it announced its plan to treat gender-based street harassment as a hate crime—but only 100 reports have been logged so far. Broadly investigates why the crime remains so underreported.
What lies at the heart of millennial existence? I attempted to find out.
Director Amanda Lipitz explains why she wanted her fly-on-the-wall film about Baltimore's Lethal Ladies step team to be a "pocket of joy and hope."
You might be tempted by that discount lipstick on eBay, but watch out: Knockoff beauty products are everywhere, and they can have dangerous side effects.
In 1946, a group of female guards stood trial for war crimes committed at an all-women concentration camp. Seventy years on, why does Ravensbrück remain a footnote in history?
After a video of an emu walking down the street with its owner went viral, I knew it was my journalistic duty to track down the giant, mysterious bird.
Aspiration once ruled the picture-based platform, but users are starting to treat the social media app more like Twitter and Facebook.
A Berlin-based midwife who cares for queer families explains why we desperately need to expand our definition of motherhood.