Photos of LGBTQ People's 'Chosen Families'
Throughout history, LGBTQ people have found sanctuary from discrimination in chosen families – kinship groups and communities bound by shared identity, not blood.
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.
The Climate Change Paper So Depressing It's Sending People to Therapy
On average, three people read an academic paper. At least 100,000 have read this – and a lot of them haven't taken it very well.
There's an Entire Internet Subculture Devoted to Winning Online Competitions
Members of the Competitions Time forum are some of the cheeriest people you'll meet online. They're also some of the luckiest.
How the Election Stopped Being a Foregone Conclusion
We catch up with the campaign and interview Caroline Lucas on our politics podcast: the British Dream.
My 14-Year-Old Cousin Taught Me How to Be a Cool Teen
My cousin is infinitely cooler than I am. Who better to teach me how to be a wavy teen?
Capturing Teenage Girlhood in All Its Awkward Glory
Jenny Gage's documentary "All This Panic" follows a group of New York schoolgirls as they come of age in the city. We talk to Gage and one of its stars.
How a Female Photography Collective Turned One-Night Stands into Art
The five women of Skin&Blister celebrate feminine perspectives on photography, beginning with their new show exploring the nature of casual sex.
The Museum of Everyday Objects That Makes Transgender Lives Visible
The Museum of Transology is the largest collection of trans-related objects in the UK. Curator E-J Scott tells us why trans people need to assert their place in museums everywhere.