5 podcasts breaking down the gender binary
From “NPR on poppers” to the coolest college-funded research project.
natalie portman could share "100 stories" of sexual harassment in hollywood
"I’ve had discrimination or harassment on almost everything I’ve ever worked on in some way."
five young artists exploring gender beyond the binary
Meet the fresh-faced standouts from the New Museum’s intergenerational show “Trigger: Gender as a Tool and a Weapon.”
sam smith says he feels as much woman as man
The 25-year-old soul superstar discusses gender identity and drag shops ahead of his new album.
not a single woman has been nominated for artist of the year at the AMAs
And Halsey, nominated for best collaboration, isn't too happy about it.
emma stone says her male co-stars have taken pay cuts for equality
'I've needed my male co-stars to take a pay cut so that I may have parity with them. And that's something they do for me because they feel it's what's right and fair.'
meet the new generation of australian lgbtq+ activists
We meet and celebrate the young members of Australia’s queer community fighting for LGBTIQ+ rights around the country. Remember these names and faces: they’re making tomorrow a brighter and more inclusive place.
these students are going to make diversity in fashion a reality
Forget boring gender tropes and cookie-cutter model casting. The award-winning next gen are calling for diversity, now!
photographer lissa rivera’s enchanting portraits of her gender-fluid boyfriend
'Beautiful Boy' began as a subway confession between two friends. After BJ told Lissa that he liked wearing women's clothing, they started exploring this through portrait sessions, and eventually became lovers.
who are you calling ugly? we talk to ugly models founder marc french
Meet the man behind one of the oldest, most radical street casting agencies, Ugly Models, Mr Marc French, as he talks race, gender and age diversity.
ashley armitage wants to reclaim bums
An intimate study of bottoms, Taking Back What’s Ours is a love letter to our gender-free body part.
the glorious return of the female slacker
How a trope that previously personified tired entitlement evolved to address a new kind of woman on screen.
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