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What Putin's policies (and Nicki Minaj) and teach us about post-feminist power
Who runs the world?
Starbucks’ racial bias training alone won’t fix a racist society
And no, we're not immune in the UK.
The dark possible motive of the Toronto van attacker
What exactly is the 'incel' subculture?
Ancient Amazonians lived sustainably – and this matters for conservation today
The archaeological site at Quistococha has been occupied for at least the past 3,000 years.
Toffee Dating: why I won't be using the new 'private school only' app
Scientifically, this is nonsense.
Cyberbullies are also victims – they need help too
Cyberbullying is very different to traditional bullying.
How the Gold Coast games transformed a resort region into a city
The 2018 Commonwealth Games has allowed the host region to develop and communicate its big city credentials.
Hamilton's Oliviers success shows appeal of its message to Brexit Britain
To no one’s surprise, the American musical theatre phenomenon Hamilton dominated this year’s Oliviers.
Menstruation is not a taboo in women's sport, period
Periods are the media’s taboo, not sportswomen’s.
Samantha's suffering: why sex machines should have rights too
Sex robots have human sexuality projected onto them - and if that's violent, we should worry.
Universities must tackle sexual violence on and off campus
70% of female students and 26% of male students have experienced sexual violence.
Martin Luther King Jr. had a much more radical message than a dream of racial brotherhood
It's 50 years since he was assassinated.
How a blind artist is challenging our understanding of colour
Armagan’s case challenges centuries of beliefs about colour.
Give millennials a break – young people are worse off and it's absolutely not their fault
Here are 6 reasons why.
Women scientists are more than capable of leading blockbuster storylines
This generation is finally being given the centre stage.
Married Love: the 1918 book by Marie Stopes that helped launch the birth control movement
It's time Stopes is given her rightful recognition in history.
March for Our Lives was about far more than students and gun control
A more significant movement for democratic change is taking root.
#HimToo – why Jesus should be recognised as a victim of sexual violence
It could make a huge difference to how the churches engage with movements like #MeToo.