Marine Le Pen, the far-right National Front candidate, is black licorice: “Everyone pretends to hate it, but millions are sold each year.”
We want to hear from you — whether you’re a mom or a dad, if you gave birth, adopted or created your family any other way.
“France is not guilty for having wanted to share her culture with the peoples of Africa, Asia, and North America.”
We want to know how you flow.
“I lay there, bleeding in my friend’s spare room, praying that I didn’t die. I will never forgive my country for that.”
Friends say they haven’t heard from Grey Violet since Jan. 31 but the authorities say the Russian LGBT activist isn’t in custody.
The proprietor said he wanted to reopen a historic Parisian venue with its original name.
BuzzFeed France reveals that one of Fillon’s staffers in parliament has been working for his campaign, which violates French election rules.
“It’s unlikely you want to cradle your baby in a bed that gays were frolicking in before.”
“No one should have to go through this alone, so I studied hard and I became like an underground expert in abortion.”
You can order an “elite burger” to celebrate the man who declared war on the elites.
In no particular order, here are some of the great essays published by BuzzFeed’s global bureaus this year.
More than half of Mexico’s population identifies as dark-skinned, but you wouldn’t know it flipping through the pages of the country’s most popular magazines. From BuzzFeed Mexico.
Activists for black, brown, and Indigenous rights around the world have adopted the Black Lives Matter slogan alongside homegrown movements against racism and police brutality.
“I’ve had conversations with local officials about it and so far their biggest new concern about the election is drunken expats trying to deface Trump signs.”
“Perhaps Trump won’t put this blonde woman in prison…after all, Trump has always left blondes satisfied.”
Whether you’re #withher, #MAGA or voting third party, there’s a lot more on the 2016 ballot that deserves your attention.
Including one for “I drank a lot, but not as much as I could have.”