Figuring out why the L goes first in LGBT gives us an interesting clue into a painful period of LGBT+ history.
Explore Black history and resistance in New York City by visiting these seven sites on your next trip.
What is the history of burritos? Who made the first one? And who gave it its strange name?
While Catherine Parr is often treated as a footnote in Henry VII’s life of philandering, this accomplished queen was an opinionated writer on a mission.
Conservatives pretend homophobia and enforced heteronormativity are deeply rooted human traditions. These ancient civilizations where it was okay to be gay prove otherwise.
Her fatal accident happened over 20 years ago, but the royal is more beloved than ever. Watch these movies about Princess Diana to learn about her life and legacy.
Mad Jack Churchill may have been the most badass soldier ever. And capturing 42 Nazis with only a sword is just one of many insane stories from his life.
Cults of personality made these men larger than life. So why do they work so well?
Women in film, especially behind the camera, are a rarity in Hollywood today. But that wasn’t always the case.
Higher education may be an equalizer between classes. But because academia is elitist, it remains a key perpetrator of inequality worldwide.
In an age of Zoom calls and text-only contact with the world, Gen Z paralinguistics give them the tools to express themselves fully online.
Doctors all over the world once thought draining blood from their patients was a good idea. This was thanks to the theory of humorism, which persisted for over 1,000 years.
Once the estate of drug kingpin Pablo Escobar, Hacienda Napoles is now a family-friendly zoo and waterpark. Here’s what it’s like to visit.
Once a phrase condemning tyrannical rule, sic semper tyrannis is now a conservative protest chant used to condemn any politician they disagree with.
17 states have their own unique state pledges, but only the Texas pledge gets recited every morning.
On top of the mystery behind the origins of Goldschlager, there are several myths about the gold-infused schnapps.