This week, Global Comment’s editors are digging a longread on the gendered history of kitchen appliances, a deep dive into sexual harassment in the outdoor industry, and, yeah, a story about a mermaid.
A new campaign aims to shame people for not getting pap smears, but the real reasons people put off the test are more complicated.
Forget the policy implications of the assault on healthcare in the US. This is about demoralising the population.
This week, Global Comment’s editors are digging some longreads on institutional sexism, race and health disparities, the crisis of faith in evangelical communities, and more.
CVS is initiating new policies on opioid dispensing, but will they harm more than they help?
This week Global Comment’s editors are enjoying thought-provoking profiles of people from all walks of life.
Proposals to create a registry of autistic patients send chills down the spine of this autistic, who worries about how it will be used to abuse vulnerable people.
Global Comment’s editors are exploring longreads on refugee education, the psychology of wrongful convictions, gaps in the US health care system, and more.
Healthcare is often one of the first things on the chopping block when a populist government takes power. That comes at a high price for citizens.
If you care about health care in America, now is the time to let politicians know.