Volume 4 Issue 3: Kristen R Ghodsee is Professor of Russian & East European Studies at the University of Pennsylvania and author of Why Women Have Better Sex Under Socialism. Here she explains why we should ban capitalism from the bedroom.
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A snapshot of what’s happening in the Middle East (and how people are handling it on social media).
“The story that I hear again and again is that someone thought they’d have a better life.”
Photographer Stanton Sharpe has been documenting the Hong Kong protests since August. Here is his timeline of the civil unrest – as he asks whether this is the start of a new world order.
Review: Last night the Detroit singer preached a gospel of #selflove to 5000 party-ready fans.
Nir Eyal ran a course at Stanford University teaching would-be tech-heads the dark arts of behavioural engineering. His first book, Hooked, became a bible for tech execs who wanted to create products that would keep us swiping and scrolling. Now he’s back with an antidote to tech addiction (but not an apology).
Despite years of painful – and ongoing – legal battles, Kesha is back with a joyful new album. Say hello to Kesha 4.0.
Volume 4 Issue 001: We speak to the sexual psychonauts trying to reclaim intimacy from plastic porn and meaningless sex.
Having relocated from Paris to the countryside in Kent, Joe Mount shares his tips for rural living and domestic bliss.
She’s helping to produce the next series of American Crime Story about the Clinton Scandal – and reclaiming her narrative in the process.
In 30 minutes it was installed, used by children on either side of the border, made headline news around the world and then dismantled.
Catherine Cohen is the acid-smart cabaret comedian blowing-up every “one to watch” list.
Author Lisa Taddeo on her decade of research on desire and writing the year’s most talked-about book.
Alexandra Jones explores the intersection of psychology and sound.
Weekend wine binges, cocaine to keep the party going, ketamine to take the edge off, xanny to sleep... it’s all a bit of a mess, but it’s fine, you’ll still function.