Why is a woman doing this? | Modern Masculinity: episode 6

Why is a woman doing this? | Modern Masculinity: episode 6

Over the past 12 weeks Guardian journalist Iman Amrani has been speaking to men around the UK about masculinity and the issues affecting them.
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Why is a woman doing this? | Modern Masculinity: episode 6

Why is a woman doing this? | Modern Masculinity: episode 6

Over the past 12 weeks Guardian journalist Iman Amrani has been speaking to men around the UK about masculinity and the issues affecting them.
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1min
Why is a woman doing this? | Modern Masculinity: episode 6

Why is a woman doing this? | Modern Masculinity: episode 6

Over the past 12 weeks Guardian journalist Iman Amrani has been speaking to men around the UK about masculinity and the issues affecting them.
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1min
'No brotherly love’: what's behind the wave of hatred towards foreigners in South Africa?

'No brotherly love’: what's behind the wave of hatred towards foreigners in South Africa?

At least 10 people have been killed so far this month in a surge of attacks targeting foreign-owned businesses in and around South Africa's largest city, Johannesburg. What is behind the wave of xenophobia?
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'Masculinity is not what you see on TV' | Modern Masculinity: episode 4

'Masculinity is not what you see on TV' | Modern Masculinity: episode 4

As part of a series on modern masculinity, Guardian journalist Iman Amrani is exploring what masculinity means to men, aiming to hear from voices that are not often heard in mainstream discussions.
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Men need meaning and responsibility | Modern Masculinity: episode 2

Men need meaning and responsibility | Modern Masculinity: episode 2

Is modern masculinity in crisis? As part of a new series for the Guardian, journalist Iman Amrani is speaking to men across the country about the issues that are affecting men and boys in today's society.
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13mins
Why Jordan Peterson is filling the void | Modern Masculinity: episode 1

Why Jordan Peterson is filling the void | Modern Masculinity: episode 1

Is modern masculinity in crisis? As part of a new series for the Guardian, journalist Iman Amrani is speaking to men across the UK about the issues affecting men and boys in today's society.
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What makes a man? | Modern Masculinity: episode 3

What makes a man? | Modern Masculinity: episode 3

As part of a series on modern masculinity, Guardian journalist Iman Amrani is exploring what masculinity means to a range of men from diverse backgrounds.
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We're quitting smoking, so why is big tobacco booming?

We're quitting smoking, so why is big tobacco booming?

Smoking rates are falling in the UK, US and much of Europe. Forty-five per cent of Brits smoked in the 60s and 70s, compared with just 15% today.
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Anywhere but Westminster | ’All this has to stop': our real Brexit crisis

Anywhere but Westminster | ’All this has to stop': our real Brexit crisis

Away from the drama in London, what's actually going on?
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YouTube kids: how unboxing, gaming and toy reviews took over

YouTube kids: how unboxing, gaming and toy reviews took over

Being a YouTuber is now the most popular aspiration for children today, according to a recent survey. In 2018, the site’s highest earner was a seven-year-old American toy reviewer.
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'If all men got pregnant, it'd be taken more seriously': behind the scenes of Seahorse

'If all men got pregnant, it'd be taken more seriously': behind the scenes of Seahorse

The documentary Seahorse tells the story of trans man Freddy McConnell, whose attempt to conceive and give birth was filmed from start to finish.
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9mins
'We are trying to save Hong Kong': the political uprising through the eyes of a protester

'We are trying to save Hong Kong': the political uprising through the eyes of a protester

As protests in Hong Kong entered their 11th week, the Guardian's Lily Kuo shadowed a protester for the day as he joined a major anti-government rally. Organisers say the march, banned by police, was attended by as many as 1.7 million people.
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Plastic pollution: ‘I’m giving up. You probably should too’

Plastic pollution: ‘I’m giving up. You probably should too’

<p>After four years of leading volunteer beach cleans in the west of Wales, Alan Cooksonis quitting because of the insurmountable plastic problem around Britain’s coastlines.
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The families left behind after police killings: 'You never get over losing a child'

The families left behind after police killings: 'You never get over losing a child'

Tamir Rice, Terence Crutcher and Ramarley Graham were all killed by police officers.
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8mins
Why do we have private schools and should we abolish them?

Why do we have private schools and should we abolish them?

Look at the people who occupy the top jobs across the UK and you’ll find a disproportionate number of them were privately educated. But now campaigners are asking why we have private schools and arguing for us to get rid of them.
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A love letter to Notting Hill carnival: 'It keeps our culture alive’

A love letter to Notting Hill carnival: 'It keeps our culture alive’

Notting Hill carnival, held every summer in west London, is the biggest street party in Europe.
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9mins
What Greenlanders say about Trump's interest in their country

What Greenlanders say about Trump's interest in their country

Donald Trump confirmed on Sunday that he was considering an attempt to buy Greenland.
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1min
Owen Jones? on his? attack: ‘I get headlines?. Many minorities don't’ – video

Owen Jones? on his? attack: ‘I get headlines?. Many minorities don't’ – video

The Guardian columnist was attacked outside a pub in London over the weekend. Here he talks about what happened and why he believes we can't be complacent about the far-right threat.
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What do news websites know about who is reading articles? Chris Moran tells us about his role

What do news websites know about who is reading articles? Chris Moran tells us about his role

Keeping track of readers helps news organisations improve their articles, explains the Guardian's editor for strategic projects.
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A massacre that changed Britain: does Peterloo still resonate today?

A massacre that changed Britain: does Peterloo still resonate today?

Two hundred years ago, a group of people seeking political change became victims of a massacre. Would the Peterloo marchers be satisfied with today's Britain? Are their issues now our issues?
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9mins
Ibram X Kendi: 'Racist ideas have always been murderous'

Ibram X Kendi: 'Racist ideas have always been murderous'

The American historian argues that, in the Donald Trump era, people need to be actively anti-racist. He also discusses the El Paso shootings, the US president's racially motivated tirades and the most effective way to challenge him.
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12mins
Richard Ratcliffe on the fight to free his wife Nazanin from Iranian jail

Richard Ratcliffe on the fight to free his wife Nazanin from Iranian jail

In 2016 Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe was arrested in Iran and charged with espionage. Her young daughter, Gabriella, was with her at the time and the family have been separated ever since.
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Cancer Town: Rev William Barber visits town at heart of Guardian campaign

Cancer Town: Rev William Barber visits town at heart of Guardian campaign

The Guardian invited the civil rights leader to the community on the banks of the Mississippi River where the people face the highest risk of cancer due to airborne toxins in the United States.
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British pair Paul O'Shaughnessy and Lee Cuthbert describe Sydney knife drama

British pair Paul O'Shaughnessy and Lee Cuthbert describe Sydney knife drama

British pair Paul O'Shaughnessy and Lee Cuthbert describe Sydney knife drama
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Fatbergs: 'flushable' wet wipes are creating an environmental catastrophe

Fatbergs: 'flushable' wet wipes are creating an environmental catastrophe

Fatbergs, caused by an entangled mess of wet wipes 'mortared together' by fats, oils and grease to form rock-hard material, are creating a 'real problem with blockages in the pipes', according to Sydney Water's Peter Hadfield.
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Where can you find the opinions of a news organisation? Randeep Ramesh tells us about his role

Where can you find the opinions of a news organisation? Randeep Ramesh tells us about his role

What the Guardian thinks about big subjects - like climate change or Donald Trump - is all in its leader columns, explains the Guardian’s chief leader writer.
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The underground rap battle for Japanese businessmen

The underground rap battle for Japanese businessmen

Corporate culture in Japan involves strict hierarchy and long hours that have led to cases of death from overwork – so some ‘salarimen’ started an underground rap battle to let off steam, express themselves ...
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Share - An Instagram star at a crossroads

Share - An Instagram star at a crossroads

Tim is an 18-year-old Asian-American with more than 4m followers on Instagram. He lives online, grabbing his phone first thing in the morning and even taking baths with it sometimes.
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13mins
Owen Jones meets Munroe Bergdorf: ‘It's like people have free rein to harass the trans community’

Owen Jones meets Munroe Bergdorf: ‘It's like people have free rein to harass the trans community’

The trans activist and model Munroe Bergdorf was working with the NSPCC’s Childline until the charity suddenly cut ties with her.
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14mins
Buyers Club: the network providing people with affordable hepatitis C medicine

Buyers Club: the network providing people with affordable hepatitis C medicine

In 2013, a cure was found for hepatitis C. It could save millions of lives, but its price tag of between $40,000 and $84,000 for 84 pills puts it far out of most patients’ reach.
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It's time we stopped treating soil like dirt

It's time we stopped treating soil like dirt

Soil is pretty remarkable stuff. It provides 95% of our food, helps regulate the Earth’s atmosphere and is a bigger carbon sink than all the world's forests combined. In fact, it basically enables all life on this planet to exist.
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Will this young Muslim be Boris Johnson's ultimate downfall?

Will this young Muslim be Boris Johnson's ultimate downfall?

Boris Johnson may have his eyes on being prime minister but, if successful, he will walk into No 10 with the smallest majority since 1906.
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How your period is making other people rich

How your period is making other people rich

Menstrual cycles have historically been a personal topic.
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The Waiting Room

The Waiting Room

When Victoria Mapplebeck was diagnosed with breast cancer, she decided to record each step of her journey. Shot on an iPhone X, Mapplebeck filmed her time in waiting rooms, surgery and chemotherapy.
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London's toxic school runs: how polluted is the air children breathe?

London's toxic school runs: how polluted is the air children breathe?

Most UK cities have had illegally polluted air for nearly a decade, and the effect of air pollution is particularly bad on children.
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How do we discover what is happening in different countries? Jamie Wilson tells us about his role

How do we discover what is happening in different countries? Jamie Wilson tells us about his role

The Guardian's head of international news explains how he makes decisions about what stories to cover, to help readers understand more about the world.
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Owen Jones goes to Glastonbury: ‘Can you talk politics at a rave?’

Owen Jones goes to Glastonbury: ‘Can you talk politics at a rave?’

Is there more to Glastonbury festival than a massive party in the sun?
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Could this be Glastonbury's greenest year yet?

Could this be Glastonbury's greenest year yet?

With its sea of discarded tents and litter-strewn fields, Glastonbury has become almost as infamous for the mountain of rubbish left in its wake as it is renowned for its music.
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A side-by-side comparison of the Bondi-to-Manly hyperlapse

A side-by-side comparison of the Bondi-to-Manly hyperlapse

A side-by-side comparison of the first and final versions of Guardian Australia's Bondi-to-Manly hyperlapse shows the amount of stabilising, animating, blurring and colour correcting that was needed to convert raw 360º footage into a smooth fina...
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Crannog - the woman who cares for animals at the end of their lives

Crannog - the woman who cares for animals at the end of their lives

Alexis has a life-threatening disease. She spends her time in the wooded expanse of northern Scotland, where she takes care of dozens of animals who are also sick, wounded or dying.
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'We gotta keep fighting and yelling': New York drag queens on the legacy of Stonewall

'We gotta keep fighting and yelling': New York drag queens on the legacy of Stonewall

On 28 June 1969, a police raid at the Stonewall Inn, a gay bar in Manhattan's Greenwich Village, sparked a rebellion against discrimination – and proved the catalyst for the modern LGBTQ rights movement.
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Boris Johnson's failed vanity projects as London mayor

Boris Johnson's failed vanity projects as London mayor

From sweatbox buses to a novelty 'dangleway' and fantasy bridges that never saw a brick laid. Boris Johnson’s design legacy in London left the taxpayer with a bill of more than £940m after his eight years as mayor.
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The Lord of the Rain

The Lord of the Rain

Climate change in Ethiopia and its effects on a group of pastoralists who previously relied on a "Lord of Rain" to predict the weather.
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13mins
Creature comforts: has the US's emotional support animal epidemic gone too far?

Creature comforts: has the US's emotional support animal epidemic gone too far?

Emotional support animals, or ESAs, have exploded across the US in recent years, with rising numbers of pet owners getting their animals certified online.
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Trapped in the city of a thousand mountains

Trapped in the city of a thousand mountains

A new phenomenon has taken the internet by storm: Chinese rap. But behind its skyrocketing popularity, there is a struggle for freedom of speech. Rappers try to figure out what they can and cannot say after more censorship is announced.
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'This is where we live our truth': visiting America's gay bars

'This is where we live our truth': visiting America's gay bars

The Guardian visits three gay bars in Texas, Mississippi and Indiana, where the owners and punters share how important those spaces remain for a community threatened by Trump.
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'It's literally like counting your coins': the growing momentum to raise Newstart

'It's literally like counting your coins': the growing momentum to raise Newstart

Guardian Australia's welfare and inequality reporter Luke Henriques-Gomes discusses the push to increase Newstart, which has been frozen for 25 years.
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