United States, follow Netflix and Norway. Prove you value family and mandate parental leave.
Watch those two dudes trying to mix ingredients and bake while their arms muscles are stimulated by an electric machine.
Swedish artist’s photo realistic paintings are funny, poignant.
Train company Arriva’s dress code states skirts or long pants are acceptable, but not shorts.
The United States is the only country of the world’s leading 34 economies to not offer paid parental leave
Spoon Jackson writes from prison of the freedom he enjoys as he flies: ‘My heart pounds behind no chest.’
Tom Gualtieri insists that DOMA and Prop 8 are bias laws without basis in the U.S. Constitution.
Are the Swedes wrong to encourage gender equality by forcing boys to play with toys traditionally meant for girls?
A man of mythical proportions, Thomas Beatie has undergone extreme bodily transformation.
Cooper Fleishman is horrified that despite Sweden’s gender-neutral rape laws, a case was thrown out because the victim was a transwoman.
Justin Cascio reacts to Sweden joining the rest of the European Union in preserving reproductive rights for trans people.
“If I perform as a footballer, then I do not think it matters if I like men or women.”
By accepting the game for what it was, Pelé showed us sport at its full, idyllic potential.
In September 2009, a Swedish man in his 60s went to a local clinic to get his UTI treated. What follows is not for the squeamish.
“If Wikileaks founder Julian Assange is trying to turn himself into a Bond villain, he’s succeeded.”
When you walk through a major city, it’s impossible not to come across at least one crazy person. Whether it’s a man trying to convince you that the world will end next week or a homeless guy breakdancing outside a sushi restaurant, urban areas just seem to attract nut-jobs. We may finally know why. A…