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where do queer muslims go during ramadan?

Many LGBTQ+ Muslims are forced to create their own safe spaces.
Yusuf Tamanna
4 days ago
Fashion
Fashion

the supreme x nan goldin collab is receiving the worst reaction from transphobic hypebros

Last Friday, Supreme dropped its collaboration with legendary photography Nan Goldin. A week on, it seems some transphobic hypebeasts still aren’t over it.
Matthew Whitehouse
4.7.18
News
News

this journalist just became pakistan’s first transgender news anchor

The station owner made a point to stress her appointment was made on merit, not gender.
Matthew Whitehouse
3.27.18
film
film

this is tv’s first black, lesbian superhero

Too often dominated by the straight, white male, Black Lightning is here to remind you that black, gay women can be superheroes too.
Hattie Collins
3.26.18
News
News

love, simon’s director is buying out entire screenings of the film so queer kids can see it for free

I’m not crying you’re crying.
Roisin Lanigan
3.23.18
News
News

this brilliant video essay dissects 'call me by your name'

Listen to cut dialogue from the film.
André-Naquian Wheeler
3.20.18
News
News

a transgender woman is suing tinder for allegedly deleting her account

She says they banned her after she changed her bio to read “preop trans woman.”
Georgie Wright
3.14.18
News
News

this fan account turns 'call me by your name' scenes into impressionist paintings

Paint me like one of your peaches.
André-Naquian Wheeler
3.13.18
Culture
Culture

toyin ojih odutola's art is collected by solange and shown at the whitney

The New York-based Nigerian artist imagines a radically soft Afro-present.
André-Naquian Wheeler
3.13.18
beauty
beauty

this deaf, genderqueer artist documented his entire transition on youtube

From body image and self-love to diversity and representation, Chella Man offers his notes on beauty.
Tish Weinstock
3.11.18
Think Pieces
Think Pieces

what rupaul’s problematic comments mean for the future of drag

RuPaul’s transphobic comments might have been painful to hear, but drag queen and activist Amrou Al-Kadhi argues the ensuing backlash has helped push understandings of drag and gender to a more nuanced place.
Amrou Al-Kadhi
3.9.18
screen
screen

the queer films you need to see this year

And they say romance is dead.
Georgie Wright
3.9.18