In defence of Keira Knightley
Decades of tabloid scrutiny have warped our understanding of her skills as an actor and celebrity. But now social media is helping to usher in a new era of Keira.
Meet 'Britain's AOC', the young Muslim woman trying to unseat Iain Duncan Smith
Faiza Shaheen, prospective Labour MP for Chingford and Woodford Green, is busy triggering racists, fighting austerity and sticking it to her millionaire, out-of-towner opponent.
our obsession with 'munchausen syndrome by proxy' stinks of misogyny
Netflix's 'The Politician' is the latest show to explore the rare mental health condition
why the complex masculinity of a star is born matters
How can what is essentially a fairly conservative story about a young woman pushed towards by stardom by an older, more successful man, be culturally relevant now?
celebrate british lgbtq+ history, but remember those still fighting for their rights
36 out of 52 Commonwealth nations still criminalise homosexuality. Ahead of the group’s largest ever LGBTQ+ gathering, i-D meets activists fighting for their rights in Cameroon, Barbados, Uganda and Belize.
lgbtq theatre is telling important stories
In London, queer performing arts is leading the creative charge for social change.
5 queer artists you need to know
From taxidermy that examines masculinity to visceral photography of queerness, we take a look at the hottest LGBT artists showing today.
what politicians' silence on chechnya's 'gay camps' says about lgbtq oppression
Following reports of gay men being rounded up into torture camps in Chechnya, there has been a deafening silence from politicians. i-D considers the consequences of this silence, and speaks with protesters at the Queer Solidarity demonstration outside...