A couple that identifies as "androgyne" caused an uproar when they both showed up to the Moscow wedding registry office wearing wedding dresses. Despite the country's strict anti-gay laws, they managed to tie the knot. (Daily Mail)
In the wake of James Foley's death, Slate investigates the continuing importance of photojournalists, even in unsafe locations behind enemy lines. (Slate)
Here's what you need to know about Google's new Spotify rival, YouTube Music Key. (Inc.)
Rita Ora talks about that hairdo. You know, the one with the crazy pearls all over the place? Yeah, that one.
Macy's has agreed to pay a $650,000 fine to resolve the racial bias inquiry alleging that minority shoppers were subject to heightened surveillance at the company's flagship Herald Square store. (New York Times)
Iyengar, the guru credited with bringing yoga to the West, has passed away at the age of 95. His legacy lives on, now in a new form of yoga that might just change your life.
Finally, is the new Lolita dressing trend actually empowering? (ELLE)