Culture

Culture

the future faces of literature

Meet six female writers making the world of literature a more diverse, exciting and revolutionary place in 2019.
Natty Kasambala
4.2.19
Culture

an autistic teenager on why self-advocacy matters

16-year-old activist Emma Zurcher-Long is the co-director of UNSPOKEN, a documentary celebrating autism acceptance.
Sara Radin
4.1.19
Culture

a new era for ladies of leisure focuses on irl community

Step inside a revamped LOL universe, including a new space and workshop series.
Cait Emma Burke
3.29.19
Culture

boys in the band: does the world need any more male musician biopics?

In 'The Dirt' and 'Lords of Chaos' we get two variations on destructive, piss-drinking, dick-swinging rock stars. But do we need them?
Christina Newland
3.28.19
Culture

jonah hill discusses fragile masculinity and skate culture

We talk 'Mid90s' with the first time director.
Joseph Walsh
3.27.19
Culture

how noah centineo became the internet's boyfriend

Noah opened up to i-D about his plans for the future and his latest Netflix rom-com, 'The Perfect Date', which is destined to make the world fall in love with him all over again.
Gregory Wakeman
3.26.19
Culture

how one illustration captured the heartfelt response to the christchurch shootings

Ruby Jones' artwork was shared across the world after the terror attacks.
Laura Pitcher
3.25.19
Film

rory culkin on the black metal biopic dubbed “one of the most controversial films ever made”

‘Bohemian Rhapsody’, this isn’t.
Matthew Whitehouse
3.25.19
Film

how new doc ‘minding the gap’ addresses mental health in skating

The film’s director, Bing Liu, discusses anxiety in skate culture and breaking through the stigma and silence
Oliver Lunn
3.24.19
Photography

it’s called ffasiwn

Opening next week at the Martin Parr Foundation, Charlotte James and Clémentine Schneidermann discuss the story behind their enchanting photo series shot in the Valleys of Wales.
Ryan White
3.23.19
Culture

12 women tell us how they see the future

The future is a scary place — we ask some modern day L.A. riot girls and magic women what they hope for.
Keyla Marquez, Symrin Chawla and Eva Sealove
3.21.19
Culture

is fan fiction ethical?

Fan fiction is a way for many teens to express themselves creatively and navigate their sexuality. But when the imagined erotic scenarios involve real people without their consent, things are more complicated.
Gina Tonic
3.21.19
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