I Tried a Few of Those New Viagra Subscriptions to See If They Work
Like Netflix or Amazon Prime, men can now subscribe to online services offering performance enhancing medication. But are they any good?
An Afternoon of Rich People, Celebrities, and Super-Yachts at the London Boat Show
Scenes from an event so posh that the dude who played the Earl of Grantham on "Downton Abbey" was posing for pictures by wrapping himself in a British flag.
I Went to a Nudist Festival for Millennials
To find out what young people get out of being naked.
These Eco-Warriors Want to End the 'Death Sentence' of Climate Change in India
The global movement of Extinction Rebellion is here in India. But will people even care?
These Queer People Wrote Love Letters to Their Younger Selves
Photographer Heather Glazzard asked LGBTQ people from the UK to pen notes to their teenage selves.
These Artists Are Rejecting Lazy Stereotypes About Muslim Women
London-based art collective Muslim Sisterhood want to “represent ‘normal’ Muslim girls who aren’t bloggers, fashionistas or Bake Off winners.”
Scientists Want to Inspire Public Conversations About Death
A new installation at a London shopping mall aims to make conversations about our mortality more commonplace.
How to Treat the Homeless, According to the Homeless
With homelessness continuing to surge, and the government further dehumanising rough sleepers, here are some things to bear in mind.
These Women Are Doing 'No Man 2019' And —Surprise!— It's Going Great
These women say they're using their year-long break from men to build a stronger relationship with themselves.
What It's Like To Lose Your Sister in an Honor Killing
Banaz Mahmod was murdered by her father and uncle even after reporting her fears to the police multiple times. A decade later, her sister Payzee believes that British police still aren't taking honor killings seriously.
Meet Parvati, the Hindu Goddess of Love, Power, and Renewal
Parvati can embody many forms, each of which is worshipped as an individual goddess in her own right.
This Is How One Country Gave Free Menstrual Products to All Its Students
The Scottish government allocated £9.2 million to offer free sanitary products in schools and convinced other places in the UK to follow suit.