What it's Like to Lose Your Sister in an Honour 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 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.
The Women Rewriting Feminism for a Late Capitalist World
"Feminism for the 99%: A Manifesto" argues that liberal feminism has failed to address the deep-seated systems of inequality that undergird gender oppression. So what's next?
How Startups Are Selling Anxious Millennials on the Promise of Sleep
Startup brands are trying to convince a generation of tired, anxious, financially unstable young people that they can buy a good night's sleep.