Here are i-D’s best picks this LGBT History month, from all around the country.
The National Trust recreate London’s greatest bohemian rendezvous as part of a project exploring the city’s queer club culture.
Despite criticisms raised that the annual London celebrations have been stripped of their radical roots, the Pride LGBT London Mayoral hustings showed our community can still be conscious of the struggles we collectively face.
Why we need to look beyond one voice within film.
The Berlin-based photographer's new zine, VITIUM, is an unapologetic celebration of gay sexuality.
Photographer Hal Fischer rereleases his cult classic field guide to The Castro's leather daddies, jocks and cowboys.
The London artist’s ICA solo exhibition is proof that a new wave of British artists are here to slay.
Last weekend Paris played host to Loud & Proud, a festival dedicated to queer music, culture and fighting homophobia.
London’s gay clubs and bars might be fading away, but across the pond drag is back, gender is on the agenda and New York’s queer spaces are on the rise.
Juliana Huxtable, club kid, poet, artist and muse, is the star of the New Museum Triennial. We examine her place in the cultural landscape.
First time filmmaker David Thorpe went on a journey to discover what makes our voices sound 'gay' or 'straight'.