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Around the world, the female body is regularly seen to exist for the benefit of— and as belonging to— the male gaze. In Argentina, and Buenos Aires especially, the idea that women’s bodies must fit a very particular and largely

After a bit of a quilombo-filled start to the week – I’m not sure if I’ve emotionally recovered from Tuesday’s match vs. Nigeria – let’s thank our lucky stars that we’ve finally made it to the weekend. Having improved …

Walking from the Obelisco down Avenida Corrientes, it is easy to see why this stretch is called the Broadway of Buenos Aires. The dazzling lights, giant billboards, and sidewalks crammed with people give the area a certain Bright-Lights-Big-City vibe that …

Unless you’ve been hiding out under a rock for the past few weeks, you’ll know that today, (June 14) the long-anticipated Russian World Cup is kicking off. With everyone keeping their fingers crossed for Argentina, there’ll be plenty of opportunities