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Photos From Girls Are Awesome x Made in Space

Our session of speeches at Space10's new future-forward festival featured three passionate speakers, a lot of wide-eyed people and even staring contests. Enjoy.

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Made In Space Opens Our Eyes to the Wild, Scary and Exciting Future

It's festival season and we're at Made In Space, a hybrid of future-focused talks, labs and parties organized by Space10. Here's what the attendees have to say about it so far.

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Meet the Collective Breathing New Life Into Helsinki’s Zine Scene

The city's DIY publishing scene is booming. All-female group Kosminen/Khaos is leading the movement.

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The Parisian Collective Experimenting With Art, Design and Fashion on a Rooftop

We asked Jiggy Wesson, co-founder of Rooftopstudio, about the story behind her ambitious and sun-soaked creative collective.

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Sherin Khankan on Islamic Feminism and Learning to Love Being Different

“I’ve never done an interview this personal before.”

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How to Get Laid (More Often) With Emojis

American artist Katy McCarthy has turned her artistic talent into a digital tool for everyone to use in the name of being horny. Art, fun and sex as a keyboard!

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The Girls Are Awesome Guide to CPH:DOX

From incarcerated teenagers to sea-diving grannies, here are the stories about women you need to see at the festival.

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More Than an Instagram Trend: How Two Entrepreneurs Are Debunking Biases Against Mindfulness

Through 'Moment Meditation', Vancouver-based entrepreneurs Anita Cheung and Hiroko Demichelis make a case for the mindfulness you won't see on Instagram.

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Artist Monica Ramos Is Selling Art She Hasn’t Made Yet

And with the likelihood of selling out being pretty high, you'd best get in quick if you're a fan.

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Soothe Your Soul With the Zen Routine of New York’s Chinatown Queens

This group of women has been moving, meditating and uniting every single morning for 30 years.

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