Beauty Industry Part of Foreskin Flesh Trade, Anti-Circumcision Activists Warn
'Intactivists' claim the cosmetic use of neonatal foreskins is fuelling a tissue-sale underworld, with hospitals and governments in on the act. Do they have a point, or is this trend no more than skin deep?
What Happens When Sex Workers Put Women of Colour First
We asked escort Amber Ashton about industry racism and the WOC-elevating hashtag she started.
This Record Label Is Literally Creating Its Own Universe
We talk to IHC 1NFINITY founder Franki Chan about its surreal cinematic vision and the crazy year leading to the video premiere of Mark Redito's "So Many Things to Tell You."
As a Chef, I Wish Yelp Didn't Exist
A chef and restaurateur shares why reading online reviews is a maddening experience for many food industry professionals. Just remember, fine dining isn't a fucking community swimming pool.
Americans and Canadians Spent $72 Billion on Weed Last Year
Might be time to look into some weed stocks.
Is Getting Rid of Your Boss the Future of Work?
European workers are fighting to take back the jobs they lost in an innovative new way.
Don't Pay Artists? @ArtBabyGirl Has Your Number | Monday Insta Illustrator
Grace Miceli's sharp-witted drawings jab at the creative industry's most obnoxious practice.
Does Tipping Discourage Restaurant Staff from Reporting Harassment?
Women working in restaurants are harassed by male customers on a daily basis, but with hundreds of dollars a night in tips at stake, speaking out is difficult.
This Cheesemaker Is Aging Cheddar Down a 90-Metre Coal Mine
As Wales’ steelworks close, entrepreneurs are finding new uses for old industrial structures—including Susan Fiander-Woodhouse, who keeps 20-kilogram metal cases of cheese at the bottom of a Blaenafon mineshaft.
The Struggles of Being One of the Few People of Colour in the Cannabis Industry
Kayvan Khalatbari runs one of the only minority-owned cannabis businesses in America—but he wants that to change.
DJ Fresh Opens Up About Battle With Thyroid Cancer in Candid Facebook Post
The producer also took time to voice his concerns about the music industry's treatment of artist's health.
Rising Rent Prices Are Destroying Soho’s Restaurant Scene
With restaurant rents rising as much as 50 percent in some areas of central London, the city is in danger of losing iconic Soho establishments like Quo Vadis and The French House, as well as Chinatown's independent eateries.