british queer muslims sound off on the uk's lgbtq lessons debate
In the past month, queer Muslims have had to sit back and watch as both their faith and their sexuality are relentlessly put under the microscope.
this young moroccan designer is reclaiming his arab identity
Anwar Bougroug's unisex fashion label mixes traditional Moroccan handcraft with Scandinavian minimalism.
what it's like to be a boxer when you're young, female and muslim
Short film 'Solibet' sees 16-year-old schoolgirl and boxer Rahma define her own identity.
what’s dating like as a young muslim woman?
"I feel like people have a certain preconception of what a Muslim girl believes about herself and I think it's a shame."
sza opens up about why she stopped wearing a hijab
"Kids were very sure about how they felt about me and how they felt about Islam."
hijabi model halima aden on her hopes for fashion and the future
The Somali-American teenager has gone from Miss Minnesota USA to the runways of New York and Milan. She talks to i-D about being a role model for other Muslim girls and why choosing a hijab is no different to choosing shoes.
moma re-hangs works by artists from muslim countries to protest trump's ban
Each work comes with a new description making the museum's intentions very clear.
muslim teen crashes anti-muslim rally with epic selfies
Zakia Belkhiri, unintentional activist and Leonardo DiCaprio fan, had the perfect response to hateful protesters.
how the hijab went from religious garment to identity marker
For many young Muslim women hijabs aren’t just about faith, they’re about individuality and style.
from anti rape cloaks to page 3 models sarah maple’s art will shock you
Ahead of her forthcoming exhibition, I Disagree With What You Say, we catch up with the artist to talk sex, race, and what it means to be a woman.
what’s it like being jewish at christmas?
Speaking to Shari Leibler, a young traditional Jew, about how she navigates (and kind of loves) the Christian holiday.
what's it like being muslim at christmas?
In the first of a series, we speak to Wiwid Howat, an Australian of Muslim faith about getting through the pervasive Christian holiday.