exploring sex, dating and digital intimacy through art
How does a digital-first world change what human relationships look and feel like in reality – and art?
why are we so bad at breaking up with people?
i-D explores the lack of authenticity and directness when it comes to dating and breaking up with people today.
how technology is tackling the stigma around sexual assault
A new wave of apps aim to protect victims, both online and IRL, and make reporting sexual crimes less traumatic and more user-friendly.
there is maybe going to be a dating app exclusively for kanye fans
We have some thoughts on other dating apps we’d prefer.
boy bye is the beyonce inspired app that texts creeps back for you
The chat-bot was created by comedian Hassan S. Ali to rid you of annoying texts forever.
2016, the year snapchat got political
Race, creativity and human rights — how the video app became about more than filters.
is snapchat a violation of your human rights?
Turns out the flower crown wasn't the app’s most controversial feature.
double tap this: instagram is going monochrome
Instagram's mature aesthetic is still getting trailled, but we'd be happy for this look to become the status quo.
why does tinder always give australians exclusive new features?
Early access to the super-like: just one reason Australia truly is the lucky country.
chanel hid emojis in their fall 2016 collection
The thumbs up, four leaf clovers and cat faces have never looked so chic.
taking photos of tinder dates' bedrooms
Photographer George Downing is redefining intimacy with glimpse into the bedrooms of the boys he met on the dating app.
tinder puts out a new feature that says what a right-swipe can’t
The dating app rolls out an update which lets you ‘super like’ extra special matches.