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October 11, 2015

Journeys Through Trans Masculinity

“I know who I am. It’s not a phase, it’s not weird, it just is what it is.”

"Europe's Last Dictator" Just Crushed Another Election

Exit polls showed Alexander Lukashenko winning a fifth term as president of the repressive post-Soviet state on Sunday with over 80% of the vote — the exact total he had said he would get.

Lesbian Princess

"What would be your type?" "Like... Rapunzel..."

19 Fixes For Every Clothing Emergency

You're about to give a presentation in front of the whole class — or all of your co-workers. And your button falls off.

Washington Post's Jason Rezaian Convicted In Iran

State TV said he had been "convicted" late Sunday, but no further information was given. His editor Martin Baron said the decision was "indefensible."

How The West Was Wrong: Digging Up The Bones Of Billy The Kid

The legend of the Wild West's most infamous outlaw may seem straightforward, but the truth is anything but. Two small-town sheriffs, a passionate historian, and, now, a succession of TV specials raise the question: Who owns Billy the Kid's history?

How The West Was Wrong: The Making Of John Wayne

Few figures exemplify the West and, really, Americanness, more than John Wayne. How does the resilience of his image — and the thinly veiled bigotry, xenophobia, and sexism that structure it — point to the darkness at the heart of the Western myth?

How The West Was Wrong: The Mystery Of Sacagawea

Since aiding Lewis and Clark on their famed 19th-century expedition across the West, this Shoshone heroine has become a symbol for everything from Manifest Destiny to women’s rights to American diversity. Does it matter that we don't seem to know that much about her?

Hyping The Hyperloop: How A Moonshot Technology Could Become A Reality

In downtown L.A., millions of dollars and hundreds of labor hours are being spent on a technology most people don't believe exists. But as powerful political players start to get involved with the company, traveling just under the speed of sound is getting a little more real.

12 phrases que les freelance en ont marre d'entendre

Travailler en freelance, c'est la liberté, l'aventure, la vie d'artiste et de troubadour... Mais aussi un sacré paquet de galères et de remarques relou de la part des gens.

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