Photos of Trans Women Depicted as Saints and Religious Icons
In the photographic series "Virgenes de la Puerta," Peruvian artist Juan Jose Barboza-Gubo pays homage to the strength and bravery of his country's transgender community.
Japan Hasn't Updated Its Rape Laws Since 1907—But That Might Finally be Changing
The Asian country's conservative rape legislation has remained unchanged since the turn of the last century, but activists hope that new proposals signal a much-needed improvement.
'Our Right to Be Mad as Hell’: The Artists Harnessing Anger to Challenge Trump
As America braces itself for Trump's inauguration, a group of 80 women artists is standing up to express their anger at the state of the world.
Inside Japan's Dangerous, Unregulated 'Baby Hotel' Childcare Industry
Getting a nursery or kindergarten place for kids is next to impossible in Japan. Instead, some families are left with no choice but to check their children into unregulated "baby hotels"—with disastrous results.