midrange editorial

Drugs

The Couples Using Magic Mushrooms as Relationship Therapy

"It was like we could see each other's souls."
Tarn Rodgers Johns
18 minutes ago
Internet

Videos of Gang Rape Are Being Sold in India for Less Than $1

In Uttar Pradesh, you can walk into a store and buy video clips of horrific attacks shot on mobile phones. Now anti-rape campaigners are fighting back.
Sunaina Kumar
3.4.19
Sex

I Tried Cock Rings Despite Fears They Would Guillotine My Boyfriend's Penis

I was cocksure, as in sure the ring went on the cock, but beyond that I didn't know anything about them.
Kelli Bender
2.26.19
Dating

The Unique Hell That Is Breaking Up on Vacation

Travel: It can make or break a couple.
Gina Williams
12.7.18
mental health

Yes, You Can Suffer from SAD In the Summer

Almost everyone is familiar with seasonal affective disorder (SAD), a type of depression that is related to the seasons. But most don't realize that 10 percent of SAD sufferers identify the warmer months—not winter—as their trigger.
Elle Griffiths
12.7.18
ask-hole

Why Women Bruise More Easily Than Men

In an effort to solve one of life's greatest mysteries, we talked with a slew of dermatologists and medical experts to help us understand where the hell all these bruises came from.
Bethy Squires
5.22.18
feminism

We're Living in the Era of the Hypocritical 'Feminist' Boss

From Nasty Gal's "Girl Boss" to Thinx's "She-E. O.", female executives have taken to branding themselves as outspoken feminist role models—but what good is that if their employees are allegedly denied basic rights and protections?
Lena Solow
4.25.17