In a world where women are often the "lovely assistant," Tanya Solomon takes charge by making her own magic.
A mother of two on building a rock-solid relationship with her devoted husband...while dating fifty or so other people.
Illma Gore created a global stir with her stunning nude portrait of Donald Trump and his tiny, um...hands? But this outspoken activist isn't finished with the President just yet.
Forget Tinder. Yingchen Lee pairs off Chinese singles the old-fashioned way.
Once a year, thousands of volunteers canvass NYC interviewing the homeless, but critics question whether this parachute-in approach is accurate or adequate.
When this small-town football star suffered a career-ending injury, he found a new field for his chiseled bod and Texas charm. Twenty years later, he hasn't slowed down yet.
Millions of people who need treatment for eating disorders go undiagnosed. One young woman’s infuriating story should serve as a wake-up call for the medical community.
Polyamorous People #2: “Once You Start Questioning Gender, Other Things Fall Down Like a House of Cards”
A transgender New Yorker on life in an all-queer, all-poly Brooklyn group house, and on the alarm spreading through their community as Trump takes over.
It started as hokey entertainment during hockey games, but now this unlikely team sport is all grown up—and the impressive athletes of “synchro” want respect on the world stage.
Rebecca Atkinson hatched an ambitious plan to launch the first brewery on this aptly named Nova Scotian isle. Instead, her oyster-brewed stout ignited a turf war with a longtime oyster farmer.
Polyamorous People #1: “I Tried to Live Without Men, and I Tried to Live Without Women. I Couldn’t Do Either.”
An enlightened bisexual man on the search for the perfect ménage.
When I took in a twelve-year-old with PTSD, I knew it would be difficult. What I didn’t realize was how hard it would be to let her go.
As Trump’s wall threatens to become a reality, four Mexicans deported under Obama watch their hopes of returning slip away.
When a 900-foot oil tanker needs to squeeze through one of the most perilous and crowded waterways in the world, Captain Jared Austin is the only thing standing between safe passage and utter disaster.
A Trip to See Her Ailing Sister. The First Visit With His Mom in Years. With a Stroke of Trump’s Pen, All Canceled.
Hundreds of thousands of Iranian citizens who live and work in the U.S. just had their world turned upside down. We talked to several about life under “The Muslim Ban.”
When I told my parents that their daughter was about to become their son, it made it much easier to find out one of them was going through the same thing.
A four-foot-nine-inch Mexican-American woman on standing tall for her people, and taking it to the streets for all oppressed people.
After my son died, I could barely leave the house. I know it sounds crazy, but spending over $1,000 on Mary Janes finally made me want to dance again.