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Culture

visit the 1930s gay members' club raided by police

The National Trust recreate London’s greatest bohemian rendezvous as part of a project exploring the city’s queer club culture.
Matthew Whitehouse
3.2.17
Culture

pleasure, sex and desire: an oral history of the hoist

As London lost yet another vital LGBT space over the weekend, we salute The Hoist as they close their dungeon doors for the final time, and go out with a bang.
Tom Rasmussen
12.12.16
Think Pieces

an exploration of the ever-changing world of queer terminology

Is queer the "right" word? Daniel Reynolds of 'The Advocate' explores the multitude of words for the LGBT community.
Daniel Reynolds
8.29.16
Music

years & years' olly alexander tells glastonbury to “shove a rainbow in fear’s face”

'I'm here, I'm queer and yes, sometimes I am afraid. But I am never ashamed.'
Matthew Whitehouse
6.27.16
Photography

pictures of queer oppression and revolution in the 1970s

A new exhibition of images from the decade reminds us how much has changed and stayed the same.
Wendy Syfret
5.27.16
News

james franco explains his fascination with gay culture

The tireless multi-hyphenate says it's 'healthy' to make work that disrupts the heteronormative narrative.
Hannah Ongley
3.26.16
gay

2015, the year... history was made in lgbt rights

This year The Supreme Court made gay marriage legal in all 50 states of the US, TV gave us Transparent, Looking and Cucumber, Banana, Tofu, and popular culture embraced transgender identities and same-sex relationships more than ever. It's been a...
Greg French
12.23.15
News

new study suggests most women are bisexual or gay

Nearly three-quarters of women are found to have been turned on by both guys and girls.
Nick Levine
11.6.15
News

ireland signs same-sex marriage bill into law

The first marriages between same-sex partners should take place in mid-November.
Nick Levine
11.2.15
Fashion

from russia with love

Gosha Rubchinskiy presents us with a snapshot of his world, as he photographs the boys of Moscow, and takes us deep into the post-Soviet underground.
i-D Staff
10.2.15
Culture

​queer nightlife as activism since 1980, a radical art show in new york and london

Meet the curators of Party Out Of Bounds, an exhibition in New York with work by John Waters, Genesis Breyer P-Orridge, Kia LaBeija, John Sex and Wu Tsang that celebrates the history of nightlife as activism since 1980, ahead of John Walter’s one-night...
Charlotte Gush
9.30.15
News

​the #putredback campaign wants to overturn the blanket ban on gay men giving blood

They argue that eligibility should be based on a person’s behaviour, not their sexuality.
Charlotte Gush
9.24.15