Life and Culture
The Observer Magazine, 'Before, I was quite a shy person': life after brain damage
Suffering a traumatic head injury is a terrifying ordeal, with serious implications for the way we live. Yet, strangely, there can be an upside. Here, four people talk about their experiences. Read here
The Guardian, Behind the Times? The Strange, Sad Story of Rear of the Year
How did buttoned-up Britain come to embrace an annual celebration of the bottom – and how is it surviving in the #MeToo era? Its creator and several winners explain its success. Read here.
The Guardian, Erectile dysfunction or performance anxiety? The truth behind a modern malaise
All men struggle to get an erection at some point in their lives, but more and more in their 20s and 30s are having problems. Are they panicking at the thought of sex? Read here.
Guardian, All you need is loves: the truth about polyamory
More and more young people are abandoning monogamy in favour of open relationships. But is it really that easy to turn your back on jealousy? And what about all the admin? Read here.
Broadly, How the 'Spice World' Movie Became a Deranged, Postmodern Masterpiece
To celebrate the 20th anniversary of one of the greatest films of all time, we asked the brilliant minds behind "Spice World" to explain everything from the notorious alien scene to the mysterious bomb on the bus. Read here.