A Tom of Finland biopic, a short documentary exploring modern-day Mississippi’s queer culture, a Chinese lesbian horror film — the varied LGBT+ offerings at this year’s TFF represent the dynamism of the community itself.
As the definition of family continues to shift shape, we are busy forming our own families, both online and off. Through activism, art collectives and club nights, we are searching for like-minded people to “fill the void”, proving that family today is less about flesh and blood and more about the family you build for yourself.
'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.'
i-D considers the consequences of their silence, speaking with protesters at the Queer Solidarity demonstration outside the Russian Embassy last night.
On the 19th anniversary of George Michael’s arrest for engaging in a “lewd” act with another man in a Beverly Hills public toilet, Queer Tours of London threw a massive party in the name of protest. Let’s go outside...
This 2005 archive gem was resurfaced on its 10th anniversary by MTV, and reappeared on social media again today. It’s always a good time to revisit Ye’s essential anti-discrimination PSA.
Joan Smalls and Hari Nef have spoken out about what Nef calls ‘Diversity Day’, or the tokenistic casting of LGBTQ models and models of colour. So how can we ensure fashion’s policy of inclusion is authentic?
GLAAD’s third annual Accelerating Acceptance report declares that Americans aged 18-34 are ‘igniting an identity revolution.’
To commemorate International Transgender Day of Visibility, trans writer and activist Freiya Benson explores the effects of youth service cuts on LGBTU-identifying young people, and asks the all important question: what can we do next?
Introducing the hair salon in the heart of south east London that doubles as a safe space for the LGBTQIAPOC+ community.
From Brockhampton's Kevin Abstract to Bronx rapper Quay Dash, meet the musicians defining what love and heartbreak sound like in 2017.
As his blistering, autobiographical collection of essays Close to the Knives is reissued, i-D consider the profound influence of Wojnarowicz's work (from U2 covers to his iconic protest jacket) and its continued relevance today.
crazinisT artisT has used his body as a tool to confront and question assumed distinctions between real and virtual, gender identity, class privilege, political injustice, violence and objectification.
Owners Jonny Woo, John Sizzle and Colin Rothbart pick their favourite moments and hedonistic highlights from the east London LGBTQ performance space and local boozer's first two years.
'Most of my unconscious adolescence, I prayed the gay away at my Jesus camps,' the former church singer revealed at a Human Rights Campaign gala.