Having a creative career can come at a high price, so much so that it has become normal to see pain as an essential ingredient for art
This is One Good Thing, a weekly column where we tell you about one of the few nice things that happened this week.
This week, a bunch of people had a really nice conversation about change, self-acceptance, and personal growth. On Twitter. (Yes, that is possible.)
It all started when writer and 112BK host Ashley Ford posed a question to her followers on Sunday. “What’s something you hated about yourself as a kid or teenager that you now consider a strength?” she asked.
The performance artist talks to Sarah Bradbury about how her latest show contributes to the discussion of postnatal mental health
Earlier this year, more than 60 independent British festivals pledged to rid their sites of single-use plastic by 2021. The Association of Independent Festivals unveiled the plans in a blaze of publicity, with the festivals involved ‘wrapping’ their websites in plastic for 24 hours to raise awareness.
This post is part of Mashable’s Masturbation Week. May is National Masturbation Month, so we’re celebrating by exploring the many facets of self-love.
There are a million ways to get yourself off, and many of them involve your own two hands. They’re free, after all!
But for those looking for something a out of the ordinary, we’ve rounded up a few of the silliest, goofiest, and yes, sexiest toys currently on the market.
From a vibrator that will literally order you food to a dildo inspired by your favorite Marvel hero, there’s something here for everyone. Read more…
As the UK city tops a new ‘hipster’ index, The Independent puts Brighton’s trendiness credentials to the test
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The tweet by the office of human rights called for heterosexuality to be “made visible”.