Karla Nutter commutes every day from Juárez, Mexico to El Paso, Texas, straddling a line that her husband is barred from crossing.
Tim Farron's resignation as Lib Dem leader sees him playing the victim, but the reality is Britain has rejected his outdated views that caused me and other young gay men so much pain.
It's a strange feeling, for someone who for so long despaired at the state of the United Kingdom, to now feel proud of its people.
They've told us we'll lose and that we're stupid, that Labour is dead and we don't deserve a better quality of life. Do you know what? Josie Long reckons you should vote Labour anyway.
At GIRLI's first gig, male promoters laughed in her face. Now she's demanding all young people be listened to, whether it's on stage or at the ballot box.
This general election is like Bee Movie: we are comrades in a class struggle as a queen watches on. It's time for less 'thinking me', more 'thinking bee'.
Of course Theresa May has pledged her allegiance to fox hunting, the ruling-class are reasserting their power in the most deranged, blood-thirsty way they know how.
General Elections are pretty tedious, especially when the Conservative Party looks set for a landslide. Prank calls? Yes please.
From standup to satire, in the right hands jokes can trigger change. But bad comedy can also backfire, especially when it comes to the likes of Trump.
Theresa May won't stop banging on about 'strong and stable leadership' in this general election, but her version of strength and stability is the last thing the United Kingdom needs.
Tim Farron keeps on avoiding the question of whether he thinks gay sex is a sin, so we headed down to his big campaign speech to try and find out.
Trae Crowder's outsider status – ‘white-trash’ meets well-educated – gives him comedic license to pierce bubbles on both sides of the political spectrum.