7222 minutes in category  Society

After my phone got stolen, I quickly realized just how much of my personal information and data the thief had instantly obtained. So, I let another phone get stolen. This […]

What does “the future of cities” mean? To much of the developing world, it might be as simple as aspiring to having your own toilet, rather than sharing one with […]

Flashy, materialistic, with more money than they can spend – these are the privileged children of China’s top one percent. From crashing sports cars to setting bank notes alight, their […]

Female masking is an underground scene where heterosexual men dress up as latex dolls. The scene has become increasingly popular in recent years we decided to find out more about […]

A look at the ways in which mobile apps have become an essential part of our search for the next hook-up, true love, and everything in between.

Without Bound, a documentary featuring perspectives on mobile living from a group of fascinating folks who live fulfilling, sustainable, off-grid lives in vans, travel trailers and motorhomes…  

Pimp-led prostitution is one of the most violent and prolific forms of trafficking found in the US, with hundreds of thousands of women sold annually for commercial gain. Many are […]

A growing number of American cities are ticketing or arresting homeless people for essentially being homeless. The new laws ban behavior commonly associated with homelessness like reclining in public, sharing […]

People can be so afraid that they’re even willing to kill. They say giving birth to such a “creature” is a curse. Some believe that owning a part of their […]

“The cause of my depression is definitely overwork.” wrote Naoya Nishigaki, 28, a system engineer, on his blog. “I can’t do anything. I just feel irritated, exhausted, and disgusted. I […]

Japanese motorcycle gangs have wreaked havoc since the 1970s. Known as Bosozuku, these gangs have a violent history, raging war against rival crews and cops. Gang members roamed the highways, […]

Media smugglers get Taylor Swift, Game of Thrones, and the New York Times to Cubans every week through an illegal network of runners.

Sumiko hops into a coffin and lies down, testing it for size. For her, it’s a chance to “try before you die”.


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