From small acts of solidarity to full blown revolution, here’s our gAy-Z of LGBTQ idols.
Amanda Lepore is an icon. An icon for fashion, photography, nightclubs, and glamour. She is the impossibly perfect plastic princess and peerless poster girl for trans identity.
New York isn’t New York without you, love.
From gay to drag to trans, the former RuPaul’s Drag Race star shares her journey.
A few days ago, Jonny called Soko for an overdue catch up. i-D listened in.
The year was 2007: the vibe somewhere between a rave, a gay night and a hen party. This was GIRLCORE and it was, tbh, kind of seminal.
We talk gender, representation and identity with the photographer challenging norms.
After years of fighting for her freedom, and healthcare as a trans woman in a military prison, whistleblower Chelsea Manning introduces herself to the world.
It's a horror about black lesbians living in rural America.
How queer pacific islanders are challenging conservative values, finding family and creating safe spaces through voguing.
With the book out today, we meet the author and i-D family member Paul Flynn to discuss the extraordinary cultural milestones that paved the way to gay equality.
In a powerful and moving manifesto for anyone who thinks they’re not good enough, Jeremy Scott says, 'Anything is possible if you follow your dreams!'
Young director Monja Arts has made a compelling film that mediates on unrequited love and gay relationships. Here, she tells i-D why the film is not a coming out story.
The film will be part of the BBC’s Gay Britannia lineup.
'The world is a fucked up place these days and more than ever it feels right (and good) to speak up about the things you find important and just.'