In this unsuspecting neighbourhood of Paraguay’s capital, the dearly departed see more grave robbers than visitors.
Fulfilling your kinks can take a toll on your wallet. Here’s how much you can expect to spend on leather, latex and harnesses.
Places like Beita aren't often in the news, but as filmmaker Sakir Khader shows, they're important sites of defiance and struggle.
"As long as I can afford it and still have enough money in case my car breaks down or something, I'll keep doing it.”
With only 1,600 members, the Indigenous Udege community is struggling to preserve its culture in a society where it feels abandoned.
"I think our brains switch off when they're presented with the same message over and over. But people are dying every day."
Clip this thing on to your webcam, and you'll suddenly realize that you were being fed the fugliest version of yourself—and it didn't have to be that way.
Sydney based, Burmese-Thai photographer Zarni Kuniead Tun captures the warmth, closeness and vulnerable humanness of the everyday.
Giya Makondo-Wills spent three years photographing the people of her home-region Limpopo and beyond.