Feminist Current's Megan Murphy explores the magazine's recent change of heart towards naked women on its pages.
Alicia Neal’s portrait of Chelsea Manning took of a new significance when she was pardoned by Barack Obama at the end of his presidency. We caught up with her talk about the politics and power of representation.
Phones and recording devices are banned at the notorious Yarl's Wood Immigration Removal Centre, so filmmaker Jade Jackman had to be creative in documenting the lives of women asylum seekers detained there. Here, Jackman issues a rallying cry to artists.
The legendary artist and director knew a thing or two about the politics of truth, long before the so-called post-truth era.
Loach delivered a powerful speech about the UK government last night at the BAFTAs, after I, Daniel Blake won the award for Best British film. Here, the director explains his work’s utter necessity.
Why the sounds of 80s hardcore has never been more relevant.
Playboy bunny, reality TV star, American icon, feminist? 10 years after her death, we revisit the complex legacy of the woman who made the Kardashians possible.
This year, the month celebrating the achievements and history of black people has taken on a whole new meaning...
With fashion and activism so intrinsically linked, we ponder whether brands have an obligation to speak out against the president.
As the legendary magazine publishes its last issue, citing a lack of stylish individuals to photograph, where does this leave the state of street fashion in Japan?
After Monday's anti-Trump protest in London, a photo of gender-queer drag performer Amrou Al-Kadhi went viral. Here he explains why the march was important to him as a Muslim, and how it gave him hope that together we can can fight Trump's racist rhetoric
From high fashion take overs of the high street, to designers working with artists and very rare streetwear drops, we investigate the strange phenomenon of the fashion collaboration.
On the last night of haute shows in Paris, Maison Margiela and Valentino took the filter off couture.
If autumn/winter 17 was defined by anything, it was a season that tackled traditional masculine codes and proposed a more sensuous man for the future.