Senegalese human rights activist Bineta Diop reveals why she is willing to risk her life to help women in Africa.
More than 600 women make up the population of Noiva do Cordeiro, southeast Brazil, and they are renowned in the local area for being extremely attractive
In this extract from Darfur’s Political Economy, Awadiya Ahmed Yahia analyses why Sudanese women have been left out of the formal peace process
Native Americans represent just one per cent of the US population and some languages have only one speaker left. Now a new generation is fighting to preserve the culture.
The biggest show of photographer Pete Muller’s life culminated in a collection of work that chronicled the intricacies of war, sexual violence and resilience in DR Congo. Pete opened up about his drive to understand male gender roles and power dynamics, the challenges of visual storytelling, and what brought him from tending bar in Washington, DC, to documenting conflicts in Africa.
Can failed masculinity contribute to violence? Photographer Pete Muller spent the past year studying the relationships between ideals of manhood and violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo
"George Strait never did it this way back in the old days!" Amen, sisters!
I’ve said many times how country music played a large part in me becoming a confident woman, but unfortunately that’s taken a dive for the worst in the last several years. Watch these girls make a hilarious statement about being “a girl in a country song.” I’m cracking up!