Gay Pride

Culture

seoul celebrates 20 years of pride

i-D talked to some of the joyful and defiant attendees to find out why it’s so important to show pride in South Korea.
Cheryl Santos
6.26.19
Culture

why we need stronger lgbt+ representation in advertising

It’s probably not a massive shock that LGBT+ people are woefully under represented in advertising -- and then there’s the sad fact that the most complained about advert of 2016 was a builder in heels. So what’s being done to change this? We find out.
Greg French
12.9.17
Think Pieces

is pride still doing what it set out to do?

Celebrating 45 years of LGBT culture, equality and well, pride, London’s Pride weekend has gone from a rally to inviting traditionally homophobic political parties to have an official presence. So what really is the point of it all in 2017.
Amelia Abraham
7.7.17
News

the creator of the gay pride rainbow flag has passed away

Activist and artist Gilbert Baker created the original flag in 1978 to encourage other gay and lesbian individuals to be open and proud of who they were.
Wendy Syfret
4.4.17
News

gareth pugh, princess julia, ed marler and more show their #absolutpride

Partnering with the vodka brand, bespoke bottles have been designed by London's best and brightest designers in aid of Gay Pride this weekend!
Lynette Nylander
6.22.16
orlando

orlando proves we need pride more than ever

The horrific attacks in Orlando yesterday show us how much work is still to be done to fight homophobia, and that we all need to stand together to do it.
Jacob Hall
6.13.16
Culture

has commercialisation ruined gay pride?

We make the case for a new, inclusive, DIY vision for gay protest and visibility.
Scottee Scottee
4.3.16
News

marching with tears in our eyes at istanbul pride

No one expected to be greeted with open arms or bouquets of roses, but we hardly believed we'd be blasted with tear gas and water cannons.
La JohnJoseph
7.5.15
Think Pieces

what’s happened to the australian same-sex marriage debate?

We've held out on gay marriage for a long time now, and the recent US decision is making Australia the lame duck of the western world.
Alan Weedon
7.1.15
Fashion

my i-D: supermodel josephine skriver speaks out on growing up as a rainbow baby

You may recognise Danish supermodel Josephine Skriver from magazine covers, campaigns for Gucci, Armani or DKNY, or pretty much any catwalk under the sun. But what you might not know is that Josephine grew up in an LGBTQ family, with her mother being a...
Tish Weinstock
5.20.15