Almost as soon as Jodie Whittaker was announced as the first-ever female Doctor Who, British tabloids saw fit to publish nude photos of her. This is a pattern we know all too well.
The new season of BBC America's sci-fi series Doctor Who features Londoner Pearl Jackson as the first openly gay companion. She talked to The Daily Beast about life in and outside the TARDIS.
Call after call came in, neighbors and friends begging the doctor not to hurt them. But after another noisy Puget Sound pre-dawn with feathers and claws flying, he had to do something.
The practice has been illegal in the country since 2008 but it’s still widespread—and girls are still dying from it.
Donald Trump was just 16 years old when one of his neighbors, an illegal abortion doctor, chopped up a young patient and threw her body in the sewer.
The 12th incarnation of Doctor Who might just regenerate into someone who’s Asian, black, or a woman. The Time Lord’s an alien, after all.
He dresses in black, doesn’t flirt, speaks with a Scottish accent, and is, well, a bit of a jerk. Peter Capaldi’s incarnation of Doctor Who is the darkest yet. Warning: spoilers.