Searching “feminism” on the H&M website yields a single result, a white jersey crop top with black lining that reads “Feminism: the radical notion that women are people.” H&M, the second largest clothing retailer in the world, suggests we style the piece (which costs less than $20) with biker trousers, suede sandals,…
“Take the holy water,” said our translator, “and pour it into the brass bowl. Repeat after me: Namo tassa bhagavato arahato samma sambuddhassa.”
Rats are the overlooked and under-loved poor relations of the rodent world. While they’re smarter than both hamsters and guinea pigs, there’s something about their teeth, or their eyes, or their tails—god, the tails—that just seems to freak people out. But perhaps the following news will change the public’s mind: Rats…
What am I doing here? The question had lodged itself in my brain when I arrived in Southeast Asia two months ago, and it’d been reverberating in my skull ever since. I should have stayed in D.C., I thought, working on improving my GPA and hunting for a job post-graduation. Instead, I’d accepted a study-abroad spot in…
Two sisters from Arizona were arrested and sentenced to deportation on Saturday after attempting to take "nude pictures" of themselves in Cambodia's Preah Khan temple.
If there's a new and innovative way to confirm to the world that Americans are entitled jerks, then sisters Lindsey and Leslie Adams from Prescott, Arizona, have found it.
Well, that's one way to cut down on child brides.
Are you generous? Rich? Both?! Boy, do I have something to show you!
A new book about Eva Braun says she was "no dumb blonde." "People have always seen her as just the pleasant woman who fell in love with a monster, but she actually played an important role in Hitler's inner circle."
BlueSilk is the combination of unlikely bedfellows and really nice scarves, and it's a good thing:
Around two years ago, Alissa Moore (left), now 24, and Diana Mao (right), now 27, started the Nomi Network, an anti-trafficking organization that trains former sex workers in Cambodia for new careers.
• The Cambodian government announced it will not allow a "Miss Landmine" beauty pageant to occur."The landmine beauty contest would make a mockery of Cambodia's land mine victims. The government does not support this contest," said a spokesperson. •
Morten Traavik, the Norwegian theater director who created a beauty pageant for female landmine victims called "Miss Landmine," is coming under criticism for exploiting the women and creating a "freak show". Traavik responds that he is helping the victims and is "fed up" with pictures of Africans and Cambodians in…