Striking Photos from the Women's World Cup Highlight Its Undersung Heroes
We sent photographers to capture the underdog teams from this year's tournament.
Jessica Pettway and Samantha Friend
Photos of Gloating USA Fans in London During Last Night's Game
"YOUUUU ESSSSS AYYYYY!"
How a Junior Girls’ Football Team Went Unbeaten in a Boys’ League
You may have heard about the under-12 team that made history in May. Now, they've got their sights set on a national tournament.
This World Cup Should Drive a Lasting Interest in Women’s Football
How organisations are leveraging screenings and meet-ups to increase participation and interest in the sport, beyond this summer.
What Thousands of Protesters Storming a Coal Mine Looks Like
Around 60,000 people took part in a weekend of climate action, occupying the world's largest brown coal mine.
Photos of 'Europe's Biggest Mullet Festival'
"A mullet is an island of freedom in an ocean of conformity."
Intimate Photos from the Largest Outdoor Leather and Kink Festival on the East Coast
Photographer Matt Van Anderson has been documenting Folsom Street East – and his changing relationship to kink – for the last three years.
Matt Van Anderson
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.
2019 Women's World Cup
Check Out These Candid Photos Shot by Women's World Cup Players
Goal Click sends cameras to professional and grassroots footballers across the world. The result is an intimate insight into their lives.
The Photo Issue 2019
These Playful Photos Capture the Ridiculousness of Everyday Life
Toronto-based photographer Kyle Berger has a talent for perfectly creating little moments of hilarity in his life.
Striking Photos by Teenagers Living in Jordan's Za'atari Refugee Camp
These photographers balance the traditional teen complexities of adulthood and identity with having to redefine their sense of home.
These 'Beehive' Flats Might Be the Depressing Future of City Living
Landlords in Barcelona are cramming up to 30 people into a single shared flat, with each tenant living in a three-square-metre cubicle.