As a rapid response to school and university closures, some of the platform’s biggest learning celebrities have set up The StudyTube Project.
Crooners on balconies. Entrepreneurial drug dealers. Keeping calm and carrying on making fresh pasta. A Brit in Naples reports from Europe’s most self-isolated country.
For decades now, scientists have been warning of the risks of a major pandemic emerging from the animal kingdom and crossing over to humans. Despite several serious warnings, we’re still acting too late. How did we get to where we are now, what can we learn from the past, and what do we need to change?
So you‘re about to be quarantined. Here’s what to expect, from a Brit in Paris.
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.
Volume 4 Issue 003: A totally legitimate, anthropologically sound guide to fucking for the greater good.
These people hold power that not even seasoned politicians quite understand, and Joe Biden is basically a lock for the Democratic nomination.
Heather Mowbray has lived in Beijing since 2006. Writing from inside the lockdown, she describes how COVID-19 has changed the city.
Michael Bloomberg may be a joke online but his billions could be more dangerous to democracy than Trump
In the first instalment of a new column reporting on American politics in this Presidential Campaign year, we ask: what happens when democracy is sold to the highest bidder?
Current blood donation rules discriminate against men who have sex with men. Several groups are working hard to change that for the greater good.
These three masseurs are experts in the art of intimacy. The Face spoke to them about their unique line of work and whether or not SESTA/FOSTA has affected them.
The founder of the Voluntary Human Extinction Movement has a radical solution to saving the planet: the phasing out of humans – all of us. Is he mad or actually onto something?
Banned in the USA and under investigation by The Five Eyes – the scandal at Huawei is exposing deep-rooted suspicions between East and West.
Three twenty-something imams on race, religion and what it was like growing up in the aftermath of 9/11.
“The hardest conversation was with a father who had accepted his son being an addict on the streets. He was volunteering in the hope of seeing his son in the centre. He did see him, they shared a meal together and spent some time talking.”
A snapshot of what’s happening in the Middle East (and how people are handling it on social media).
Volume 4 Issue 002: How the HIV-prevention drug is taking the fear out of fucking and freeing up future generations.
With Prince Andrew being dragged into the Jeffrey Epstein scandal and The Crown detailing historic challenges to the royal family, we wonder who’s fighting the monarchy now?
They serve a million scoops of gelato every week and want to open 300 cafes by 2022. How Creams is taking over the British high street.
Hundreds of turkey crowns, buckets of cranberry sauce, bacon sarnies, football tournaments, haircuts, eye tests, showers, tellies and a warm, dry bed for a night or two: how the homelessness charity is helping thousands of rough sleepers this festive season.
“The story that I hear again and again is that someone thought they’d have a better life.”
We went to Miami and all you got was this frankly amazing content.