By Meera Navlakha
Cold water swimming: The ritual empowering people with prenatal depression
Documentary short 'Within the Water' explores how women are wading in.
New Zealand bans conversion therapy in 'a win for humanity'
"Conversion practices have no place in modern New Zealand."
Reunite two lovesick hamsters in Google's Valentine's Day Doodle
Help them scamper back to each other ❤️
'Gehraiyaan' is Bollywood's nuanced take on infidelity, intimacy, and relationships
"We’re going to open doors to a more evolved storytelling and whatever comes with that."
Taylor Swift and Ed Sheeran's collab 'The Joker and the Queen' lands with sweet music video
Another love song, 10 years after their first collab.
People online are getting obsessed with ‘Euphoria’ without having seen a single episode
Hundreds of tweets and TikToks, not one episode watched.
'Queer Eye' marks its European debut with a fab new trailer
The first international spin-off of the wildly successful U.S. show.
At-home early medical abortions will continue to be allowed in the UK
A win in the fight for reproductive rights, but there's still a ways to go.
A new anthology tells erotic stories by 27 'anonymous' writers
Tales of sex, gender, love, infidelity, and desire — but whose story is whose?
And just like that, we're getting a documentary of the 'Sex and the City' reboot
Go behind the scenes (and mainly into Carrie's wardrobe).
HBO Max is rolling out in 15 more European countries
The streaming service is coming to Bulgaria, Croatia, and Portugal among others.
'Fight Club' has a different ending in China. It's not the only Hollywood film to get an edit there.
As a rule, we shouldn't even be talking about it.
Netflix's new social channel champions stories of the Asian diaspora
"Come in — but please leave your shoes at the door."
Twitter suspends bot that spoils the day's Wordle solution
The bot was even replying to people's tweets about their Wordle solutions, revealing spoilers for the next day.
On Substack, COVID misinformation is allowed to flourish
"It’s not against the rules to be disagreeable or wrong."
Peloton backpedals on another TV show heart attack, and they’re not happy about it
The character survives, but the company doesn't seem impressed.
You can now only buy some Tesla merch with Dogecoin
One of these pieces has already sold out.
A UK bill is calling for digitally-altered photos to be labelled online
The campaign is hoping to push against "unrealistic depictions" of body types.
Lime launches new e-bike featuring swappable batteries
A move to make your ride more reliable and sustainable.