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Photo Essay

How Immigrant Women In The US Create Their Own Style

I talked to other first- and second-generation women about clothing as code-switching, wearing styles from their families' cultures, and how they claim those pieces as their own.

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See Masculinity Reimagined In These Stunning Portraits

“I am interested in a version of masculinity that is more expansive, and more vulnerable, than the kind often represented in mainstream culture.”

Here's What The Coachella Valley Looks Like Without Festival-Goers

Over the next two weekends, hundreds of thousands of music lovers will flock to the Empire Polo Grounds in Indio, California, for the Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival, but the neon-colored bacchanalia they'll encounter hardly resembles the tranquil place locals call home.

49 Insane Photos From The World's Largest Porn Convention

This past weekend, thousands gathered in Las Vegas to attend the AVN Adult Expo at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino. Photographer Roger Kisby was there for BuzzFeed to capture sights from the most hardcore convention and award show in the world. NSFW, duh.

The Last Meaningful Thing In The Arms Of A Refugee

"I've had this stick since I went blind six years ago. My son led me along the road with it. Without it, and him, I would be dead now." Photographer Brian Sokol reports on the refugees of Sudan.

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