While some Australians on Twitter are not happy about the way their country has been described as being 'America 50 years ago'
Come out, physically transition, physically transition as quickly as possible, as overtly as possible, relate the process with obvious ‘before’ and ‘after’ photographs, define your life in two sections: every trans person knows the script, and Caitlyn Jenner has turned it into an art form
Willis claims altering the image is a form of bullying
An extract from a new book looks at how the world’s biggest pop star became the hero of broken-hearted teens by building her career on passive-aggressive score-settling
And it still seems to get a rise out of the would-be Presidential candidate
But the Girls creator reveals she hasn't got a problem with Instagram's 'no-nipple' policy
“Is it such a horrible thing that she pretended to be black?"
‘I learned that you can get to a place where you love the skin that you’re in and I’m excited to share that with the world’
Internet use in North Korea might be a rare luxury but that hasn't stopped the pariah state from developing its very own version of the iPad. And according to Austrian academic Ruediger Frank – a frequent visitor – the Samjiyon tablet isn't half bad.
Homeland’s newest recruit has already undergone a secret mission of her own, having reportedly been vetted by Tom Cruise to become his Scientologist wife.
The actress was dating Woody Allen when her 25-year-old son was conceived
Mogul, who turns 77 on Sunday, was famously dismissed by his ex-wife as a man 'who consorts with minors'
It's true that both feminist campaigners and authoritarian Islamic states advocate covering up female bodies on magazine covers - so let's be clear about the distinction
Forget supermodels, Karlie Kloss is in a new, even higher category: models so famous that they don't have to actually model, indeed so famous they can't model.
As the self-shot snap jumps species from teens and pop moppets to world-leaders-in-waiting, Matthew Bell salutes its unstoppable rise
A day after George Lucas predicted that going to the cinema would soon cost “50 bucks”, Paramount Pictures is offering audiences in five US cities the chance to buy an unprecedented $50 (£32) “mega ticket” to its new blockbuster, the Brad Pitt zombie epic World War Z.