Bimbos and bear sex: what i-D loved this week
No, we’ve not been hacked.
2 days ago
Why art teaches us more about AIDS than school ever will
As the first show centred on the spread of HIV/AIDS in Britain hits TV, we unpack why culture has done the heavy lifting on queer education.
4 days ago
Manju Journal's 20 hot creatives and collectives
The Ghanaian arts platform is tipping these artists, architects, designers, poets and more for big things in 2021.
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Skateboobs are the femxle Scottish crew tackling skate sexism on TikTok
"The point is you can be a womxn and reach any level you want. You can be a queer womxn and you will be welcomed and find your people."
5 days ago
20 years of Dogtown and Z-Boys: “It documented a revolution.”
In the mid-70s, a group of California kids changed skateboarding forever. Here, they discuss life since the cult 2001 doc that told their story.
2021 is the year of the bimbo
On TikTok, Gen Z are resurrecting and reclaiming a once misogynistic stereotype. And that’s hot, actually.
Bear sex and gay stuff: i-D’s alt reading list for 2021
Calm the horrors of 2021 by digging into these books about BDSM and being Twitter famous.
The charity using poetry to change young people’s lives
Football Beyond Borders' spoken word project, 'Beyond Bars', looks to empower disadvantaged UK youth. 16-year-old poet Abi Simms is proof of how.
A new incubator offers mentoring for underrepresented groups in the creative industries
Applications are now open for a joint fund worth £20,000 and a chance to be mentored by leading creatives and institutions in London.
Deanna Templeton's timeless photographs of girlhood
The photographer's new book, 'What She Said', underlines the joys and pains of growing up through her archive of portraits and diary extracts.
Photos reflecting the quiet energy of Shanghai youth
Shot over two years, Tyler Q Durden's 'Volcano' series captures his friends in response to their ever-evolving world.
Samantha Jones and drivers license: what i-D loved this week
2021 continues to be bollocks but let’s just ride through it like we’re driving alone past your street, shall we?