'popular': the 90s show that walked so ‘riverdale’ could run
Cancelled after just two seasons, 'Popular' creator Ryan Murphy said years later the network was only interested in its gay characters if they were made to suffer.
10 years of C☆NDY
Luis Venegas discusses 10 years and 12 issues of ‘C☆NDY’: a celebration of the “transversal world” that’s taken in everything from Nan Goldin’s photography to a cover imagining the first transgender president.
why are gay bars being compared to gentrification?
Eastenders’s newly-announced gay bar has prompted comparisons to gentrification, but why do we assume LGBTQ venues are exclusively middle-class?
why you need to watch netflix’s ‘sex education’
"Everybody's either thinking about shagging, about to shag, or actually shagging".
how ka-man tse’s ‘narrow distances’ contemplates what it means to be seen
Announced as the recipient of the 2018 Aperture Portfolio Prize in December, we speak to Chinese-American artist and Yale lecturer Ka-Man Tse about her award-winning project, ‘narrow distances’.
fighting for lgbti rights in kakuma refugee camp
Wolfgang Tillmans meets the LGBTI Ugandans who had to flee their home country to Kakuma Refugee Camp because of the constant threat of homophobic violence after the country passed an Anti-Homosexuality Law.
parisian dj kiddy smile is queering the banlieues
Kiddy Smile is black, gay, the proud son of immigrants and remaking French house music in his image.
hayley kiyoko: your own personal lesbian jesus
She's the voice of a generation and your new favourite pop icon.
the 16-year-old trans model who opened for margiela
Meet Finn Buchanan, spring/summer 19’s breakout face.
akwaeke emezi: the 'freshwater' author standing on the edge and claiming it as central
Akwaeke Emezi’s extraordinary debut novel 'Freshwater' is the real life tale of a queer, trans, black, African, Nigerian writer as they attempt to navigate the occasionally odd sensation of being alive.
what does it mean to be queer?
"Well, queer in the Oxford Dictionary stands for 'odd', and I like that."
ten movies that tackled queerness in 2018
Once a breeding ground for stale stories we’d heard a thousand times before, 2018 proved that the movie theatre is being transformed into a beacon of hope for queer people everywhere.
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