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“My project resulted in photos about a girl, me, who is on the verge of death,” photographer Laura Hospes says.<p>After a failed suicide attempt this year, photographer Laura Hospes was hospitalized in a psychiatric ward. A student at the Photoacademy in Amsterdam, Hospes was always interested in …Psychiatric Hospitals
When Francesca Pardi sent Pope Francis her children’s book, <i>Why do you have two moms?</i> she probably wasn’t expecting a response.<p>In her letter, sent on June 19, Pardi expresses respect for Catholics and says many have treated her well, but also says that representatives of the church have been …Human Rights
Love him or love to hate him, you have to admit that Banksy knows how to cause a stir. His latest project, a faux-amusement park (or ‘bemusement …Movie Trailers
Upgrade your leg workouts with these killer exercises for your hamstrings, quads, and calves<p>Tired of the same old squats and lunges in your leg workout? We totally get it. The next time you want to tone your lower half, try these 7 challenging moves from the Women's Health Big Book of Exercises. …Workouts
For a visual primer on how crystals refract light, look no further than the cover for <i>Dark Side of the Moon</i>. When light enters the prism, it slows down to different wavelengths and different colors emerge from the opposite side. Designers Thomas Vailly and Laura Lynn Jansen harnessed this natural …Crystals
Because beige is no way to start the day.<p>These take-notice bedroom color ideas are total mood boosters. Once you've gotten all the inspiration you can here, check out our most stylish bedroom ideas.
Start swimming<p>Eleven of the fifteen largest cities in the world are located on the coast. The tenuous barrier between land and sea was a boon for humanity in the past, providing access to ports around the globe, building lifelines of trade between countries, and raising triumphs of steel and …