Race and Health
Black Woman Wasn't Allowed to Fly Without Covering Her "Serena Booty." American Airlines Just Apologized.
“I've seen white women with much shorter shorts board a plane without a blink of an eye."
I Paid to Have My Breasts Massaged, and I Loved It
Yes, it’s legal, and you might want to try it.
People Are Already Dying From Being Denied Abortions
A new study is a reminder of the serious consequences of restricting abortion access.
The Complex Ethics of Saving a Dead Person's Sperm
People are retrieving (and using) sperm from loved ones who've died. Is that OK?
Heroin Overdose Parties Are a Dehumanising Myth
“Narcan parties” are just another part of the narrative that vilifies people who use the drugs our nation has chosen to criminalize.
What You Need to Know About Consent and Disability
The people entrusted to care for me need to understand and respect my boundaries.
Photo Retouching Is the Digital Skincare That Equalizes Us All
Everyone’s face looks the same at 500 percent magnification: curvy and abstract, like a big fun skate park.
The Outrageous Reasons These Women Couldn’t Get Their Tubes Tied
People are being denied tubal ligations because they're too young, childless, only have one child, aren't married—or for any other reason their doctor chooses.
The Rise of the Minimalist Skincare Routine
Fatigued by multi-step regimens and lackluster results, some people are dramatically scaling back how many skincare products they use.
This Is Why Your Muscles Look Bigger Right After You Work Out
What exactly is "the pump" and does it mean your muscles are growing?
Multivitamins Are a Waste of Money for Most People
Plenty of research suggests that taking vitamin supplements isn’t helpful unless you’re working with your doctor to address a specific deficiency.
How Microdosing Testosterone Changed My Life
I knew I was non-binary, but I was afraid to tell my doctor I didn't want to fully transition from female to male. I thought finding an in-between wasn't allowed.