Natalie Sutanto

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After Surviving a Suicide Attempt, This Teen Created the NotOK App to Alert Your Friends When You Need Help

<i>Badass Women spotlights women who not only have a voice but defy the irrelevant preconceptions of gender.</i><p>When Hannah Lucas was 15 years old, she was …

Why Do So Many People Still Insist I Use My Husband’s Last Name?

One night this past December, I got a piece of mail I’ve thought about countless times. There, in the stack of flimsy junk mail and our monthly magazine subscriptions, was the familiar shape of a holiday card. When I saw who it was addressed to—not “Chip and Ashley Walker,” as almost every piece of …

'It's only a beer': the unwritten contracts between men and women

The first time I failed to pay up, I was a high school student at a bowling alley in my small town in central Pennsylvania. An older man bought me a beer and talked to me while he shot pool. Smoking and drinking in that grungy bowling alley bar in the seediest part of town, I felt cosmopolitan and …

Feminism

Japan women see turning point on sexual harassment after scandal

TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese women, long accustomed to enduring sexual harassment in silence, are speaking out after a high-profile scandal involving a top bureaucrat stirred debate and protests.<p>Social Democratic Party's lawmaker Mizuho Fukushima poses with the #MeToo banner during an interview with …

Sexual Harassment

‘It’s a miracle’: from begging in Paris to bestselling author

Jean-Marie Roughol reveals how a chance encounter with a former government minister led him to write about living rough – and to turn his life around<p>For the best part of three decades, Jean-Marie Roughol lived as a down-and-out in Paris. Begging in the shadow of the Arc de Triomphe, he was a …

France

'She'll never realise the impact she had': life-changing conversations

We asked readers to tell us about their most significant conversation, or a letter that changed them. Here are our favourites<p>I went to a job interview in the 1980s in New York, when I was in my early 30s. It was something to do with hotel marketing. There I was, dressed in a nice suit with a crisp …

Loneliness

10 Best Photos of 2016

BY TIME’S PHOTO DEPARTMENT<p>2016 has been a year like no other. From the U.S. campaign trail to the refugee crisis and the Olympics, the news has kept …

Baton Rouge

Chinese Feminists Call Trump Out For His "Straight-Man-Cancer" Behaviors

The term, which has become popular on Chinese social media, is the Chinese version of “male chauvinist pig” in English.

Legendary animator Hayao Miyazaki calls AI generated animation "an insult to life itself"

Legendary Studio Ghibli animator Hayao Miyazaki was recently screened a demo of AI generated animation after which he vehemently responded, "I would …

Madonna Gets Real About Sexism And Misogyny In Emotional Billboard 'Women In Music' Speech

“If you’re a girl, you have to play the game.”<p>Madonna opened up about the struggles and obstacles she’s faced over the years in a touching, personal speech at a Billboard Women in Music event on Friday.<p>While accepting a Woman of the Year award, the pop icon got real about the sexism and misogyny …

A world in a jar: potted landscape photography – in pictures

After becoming a father two years ago, Finnish photographer Christoffer Relander started feeling nostalgic about his own childhood. He began photographing landscapes that reminded him of growing up in rural Finland, and using double-exposure photography – and no digital manipulation such as …

Photography

Oh, Just Pretend I Have A Penis And Let's Get To Work

This week, a fantastic article appeared on Forbes.com calling out Kathleen Kennedy, president of Lucasfilm, for suggesting that the reason women aren't hired to direct tentpole movies is that they don't have enough experience. The truth is, it's because they don't have... a tentpole.<p>Thankfully the …

Not asking for it: Sexual Harassment and Discrimination in the Workplace

Advertisement<p>“Men constantly call, trying to get you to describe things for their own self-pleasure ... There is this unique power play where you …

A New Film About Young French Women Drawn to Jihadism

In “Heaven Will Wait,” a new film by the French director Marie-Castille Mention-Schaar, a teen-ager named Sonia is placed under house arrest after being caught plotting to plant a bomb with a group of other girls. Sonia sulks around her parents’ Paris apartment like any adolescent who has been …

French Government

I've Tried Nearly Every Kind Of Birth Control — & Here's What I've Learned

My first period gushed into my life the day before my 11th birthday. The breasts had already arrived. And I started birth control at 13. “Early …

The Non-Technical Guide to Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence

I have a challenge for you.<p>In a few seconds, I want you to <b>stop reading this article, and follow the instructions below.</b><p>Here you go:<p>I hope my point is …

An Era for Women Artists?

Nearly half a century ago, a feminist art historian asked why there had been no great female artists. A new wave of all-women exhibitions revives the question—and suggests a new answer.<p>In a 1971 article in <i>ARTnews</i>, Linda Nochlin, a feminist art historian, asked a terrible, horrible, no good, very …

Art

George Yeo on the Singaporean identity

SINGAPORE: In grappling with its inherent tensions, Singapore has developed a culture of being accommodating and inclusive, while being always …

Asia

12 Alzheimer’s Awareness Must-Reads

Since its first diagnosis in 1901 by German psychiatrist Dr. Aloysius Alzheimer, Alzheimer’s Disease has been the prognosis for approximately 5.4 million Americans. As the Baby Boomer generation approaches the most common age demographic for the disease – sixty-five and older – that number is …

Uber targets elderly passengers in rural Japan

Yaeko Tanaka – along with an estimated 40 million other people around the world – doesn’t hesitate to use the ride sharing company Uber when she needs to get around.<p>Yet Ms Tanaka clearly defies customer stereotypes. She is not a smartphone-owning young professional living in a city: she is a …

Photographers on their best Trump shot: 'I think he's a damaged person'

Holding a million bucks, cradling a dove, looking broken, refusing to pose … in a My Best Shot special, four photographers reveal what it’s like to shoot Donald Trump<p>I’ve been photographing Trump for over 30 years now and I’ve never heard him say no to anything. You can go the extra mile with him. …

Masterji: Coventry's secret 94-year-old photographer – in pictures

Maganbhai Patel, known as Masterji, came to Coventry from India, and soon packed in his factory job for a career as a photographer. His images – now on show in his first exhibition – add up to a brilliantly evocative portrait of immigrant life

Goodbye Barack Obama, the first 'Indonesian' US president

US President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama on tour by Grand Imam Ali Mustafa Yaqub at the Istiqlal Mosque in Jakarta in 2010. Adek Berry/Reuters<p>Yohanes Sulaiman, <i>Universitas Jendral Achmad Yani</i><p>When Barack Obama was first elected in 2008, many Indonesians were swept away in the euphoria. …

The Case Against Reality

A professor of cognitive science argues that the world is nothing like the one we experience through our senses.<p>As we go about our daily lives, we tend to assume that our perceptions—sights, sounds, textures, tastes—are an accurate portrayal of the real world. Sure, when we stop and think about …

These macro photos make bees look like aliens from another world

With seven species of bees having been added to the US endangered species list only a month ago, photographs may soon be all we have left. Thanks to …

Five pictures that show how social media can be a minefield

http://vod-pro-ww-live.akamaized.net/mps_h264_hi/public/news/world/1264000/1264690_h264_1500k.mp4?__gda__=1524624965_81cfcdd83edcd817308561d770b9ea17<p><b>Social media can be fraught with risks for women in conservative societies. Pictures that a woman in the West would post without a second thought</b> …

The Cognitive Benefits of Being a Man-Child

For men and women, extending adolescence has the potential to make the brain more capable in adulthood.<p>In a time when college graduates return to live under their parents’ roofs and top careers require years of internships and graduate degrees, the age of adulthood is receding, practically into the …

11 of the Most Breathtaking Travel Photos of the Year

Prepare to get a serious case of wanderlust.<p>The Siena International Photo Awards recently announced the winners of their annual international photography contest and the results are stunning. With submissions from over 100 countries from Turkey to Myanmar, professional and amateur photographers …

Daughter Records Mom As She Bursts Into Tears: 'I Got To Vote For A Woman For President'

“I got to vote for a woman for president” is a phrase we couldn’t utter before<p>One woman perfectly captured how so many of us are feeling after this …

Hillary Clinton