A controversial lesbian nun horror movie is coming
The new movie from the director of Showgirls is premiering at Cannes 2021 and it’s sexing up all that’s sacred about Catholicism. Watch the trailer here.
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Hedonistic pictures of Barcelona’s queer underworld
Argentinian photographer Leo Adef has spent four years capturing the Spanish city’s LGBT+ community.
The Latvian artist archiving Riga's queer history
London-based artist Konstantin Zhukov returned home to set up Open Studio, an artistic enquiry into the queer history of his home country.
Inside the bedrooms of the UK's queer youth
Instagram account Queer Night Stands gives us a voyeuristic look at the salt lamps and nick-nacks in our safest, cosiest happy places.
75% of queer gen Zers come out online first
The internet remains the foremost safe space for LGBTQ+ people looking to express themselves.
New York's DJs on the chaotic future of clubbing
“When this is over I hope to see more Black and brown kids in spaces like Nowadays, Good Room and Public Records. I want to see more intersectionality between different scenes.”
Meet Benny’s Surf Club, New York’s queer, BIPOC surfing collective
Founders Johnny Cappetta and Momo Hudes on their efforts to make the sport less white, less straight and more inclusive.
David Aaron Brake
Documenting the carefree, queer haven of Jacob Riis Beach
From The Rockaways to New York Pride, photographer Stephanie Mei-Ling explores intersectional identity beyond society's fetishisation of marginalised subcultures.
Brandon Taylor’s ‘Real Life’ gets to the ugly heart of casual racism
“No one's going to tell me that my life is not a sufficient subject of art.”
Trans+, nonbinary and gender nonconforming Londoners, in their own words
In response to a lack of sensitive engagement with gender in British media right now, photographer Heather Glazzard and Isobel Van Dyke created this series of meaningful stories instead.
Isobel Van Dyke
This coming of age novel explores what it means to be queer in Poland
'Swimming in the Dark' is a sun-soaked love story that rivals 'Call Me By Your Name' and contextualises the struggle for LGBTQ+ rights.
These photos reinsert Black and brown, queer and trans bodies in art history
'Being,' a project spearheaded by Camila Falquez, reimagines the classical artistic canon from which they've historically been erased.