meet the artist haunting instagram with her eerie beauty looks
Pyro Muse draws inspiration from the Victorian era, porcelain dolls, and antique treasures she finds in secondhand shops.
meet the performers of house of yes, brooklyn's iconic sex-positive nightclub
"I feel like I can be my most authentic, eccentric, queer self, and feel beautiful and celebrated for it."
'paris is burning' director jennie livingston reflects on the film's legacy
As the restored documentary returns to theaters, Livingston discusses controversy, inclusivity, and working on 'Pose.'
trixie mattel cements her legacy with a new documentary
‘Trixie Mattel: Moving Parts’ shows Brian Firkus going through personal and professional challenges as the beloved drag alter-ego.
Tijuana: A Mexican Dream
tijuana’s most extra characters discuss the city's queer nightlife scene
"If we don’t make some noise, who the fuck is going to?"
james whiteside defies the heteronormative world of ballet
i-D talks to the ballet superstar about his psychosexual dance play, and his Dairy Queens drag persona Ühu Betch.
capturing the contemporary drag scene
Read an excerpt from 'Alright Darling?', a new book by Greg Bailey featuring the biggest names in drag today.
charity kase’s extreme horror drag will haunt your nightmares
Twenty-one-year-old drag queen Charity Kase’s looks are everything you wish your Halloween costume could be, but 365 days a year.
the unbridled joy of the alternative miss world
Alternative Miss World began five decades ago, and has grown to become a fanatical haven of exhibitionism and voyeurism. Returning to London last weekend, we met its founder Andrew Logan.
this film is a celebration of london’s diverse queer, drag culture
Visual artist Jess Kohl captures queer, POC performer Freida Slaves in all their glory, at this year’s sun-soaked Pride in London.
dirty baby doll is the fat queen proving drag is better bigger
And keeping drag radical.
this drag king is breaking gender stereotypes with her david bowie impersonations
“Doing drag gives me a chance to be more outrageous” -- says Nikki Boudreau.