Indian Electrician Fined by Cops, Gets Revenge by Cutting Police Station's Power
After cops in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh fined the lineman for riding a bike without a helmet, he cut off their electricity supply.
This Photographer Captures the Fragile Lives of Former ‘Goddesses’ in Nepal
Maria Contreras Coll went behind the scenes of one of the most criticised religious traditions in the world, to tell a story of the enduring power of young girls in Nepal.
Nigerian Hospitals Are Locking Up Women Unable to Pay Their Childbirth Bills
Fashion designer Folake Oduyoye died in custody in 2016 after her hospital refused to discharge her until she paid her outstanding bill. Her death is part of a global phenomenon known as hospital detention.
Meet the Japanese Mums Running a Citizens' Lab to Track Nuclear Radiation
After the 2011 tsunami triggered a nuclear disaster in Fukushima, there were widespread fears about radiation leaking into the environment. Now a group of volunteers—who are mostly mothers—is tackling the issue head-on.
A Peek Inside Miki Agrawal's Feminist Void
Self-styled "She-E-O" Miki Agrawal left the underwear startup Thinx in 2017 amid sexual harassment allegations. Now she's back with "Disrupt-Her," a new book that encourages women to embrace a contentless version of feminism that's been diluted by brands.