An interview with feminist punk icons the Guerrilla Girls
'The Art of Behaving Badly' is the first book to document the career of the Guerrilla Girls from 1985 to today. Here, the collective's founders discuss their ongoing fight for equality in art and the world.
Girl Pictures is an ode to teenage rebellion and coming of age in America
Photographer Justine Kurland's seminal series imagines young women as fearless runaways, escaping their small towns and the societal constraints that kept them there.
Yulia Tsvetkova’s trial is a showdown for freedom of expression in Russia
The 27-year-old artist is facing six years in prison for distributing “pornographic material” online. We speak to members of the country’s feminist and LGBTQ+ creative communities about why what happens next is a watershed moment for Russia’s youth.
Paul B. Preciado: “One day we’ll see assigning gender at birth as brutal”
The punk trans philosopher on the future of gender, how to declare a uterus strike, and what it’s like on the other side of the binary.
Mary Katharine Tramontana
How true crime inspired Olivia Gatwood's raw, feminist poems
The poet and soon-to-be novelist discusses her history with and exploration of gendered violence and the media.
how london’s young designers are weaponising womanhood
Charlotte Knowles, Supriya Lele, Nensi Dojaka and Sinéad O’Dwyer are redefining what feminine power dressing means today.
3 feminist artists to discover at frieze london
See Sidsel Paaske, Jacqueline de Jong, and Jean Conner's provocative artwork.
lydia lunch’s new book is a feminist snapshot of our times
i-D talks to the no wave icon about 'So Real It Hurts,' her relationship with Anthony Bourdain, and revolting against the political chaos.
karena evans on starring in ‘firecrackers’ and directing music videos for sza
The 23-year-old talks about her role in the feminist film, escapism, and subverting the narrative.
feminism and femininity at maria grazia chiuri's dior couture show
The Dior designer continues to reposition couture for the woman of today.
why barbie is a feminist (yes, really)
i-D talks to Susan Shapiro, the author of Assouline's 'Barbie: 60 Years of Inspiration,' about what the iconic doll represents in 2019.
Alyson Zetta Williams
what exactly do the spice girls stand for in 2019?
We crash their reunion tour to find out.