these hand-poked tattoos are queer, feminist, and fat-friendly
Seattle-based tattoo artist MKNZ advocates for inclusivity through her tattoos.
these witch punks have taken the diy music scene by the bra straps
Dream Nails are making music on their own witchy terms.
arvida byström responds to misogynistic threats over her hairy legs
The Swedish artist and star of Adidas Originals’ latest campaign calls bullshit on sexist trolls
emma stone says her male co-stars take pay cuts for equality
This is what a feminist looks like.
feminists from around the world on what needs to change
In recognition and support of International Women's Day, i-D teams across the globe spoke to bold feminist voices in their nations, to find out what issues they want addressed as the fight for equality continues.
a history of feminist posters 1974-1990
Alone we are powerless… Together we are stronger.
st. vincent is co-directing a feminist horror film
Annie Clark will be given free reign to direct any horror story revolving around a female protagonist. We hear her girlfriend Cara Delevingne might have some free time now Suicide Squad has wrapped...
meet hinds, the spanish garage rock band shaking up gender politics
As they prepare to release their long awaited debut album Leave Me Alone, get to know the band we want to party with all night long.
feminist, photographer and model myla dalbesio on the myth of the american road trip
You’ll remember her as the subject of the Calvin Klein “inbetweenie” debate, but Myla Dalbesio should be recognised for her art, and not just her body.
feminist activists chant “dead women can’t vote” outside suffragette premiere
Sisters Uncut prove the suffragette movement is still alive as they took to the red carpet to protest domestic violence cuts.
oomk is the feminist, activist art zine you need to read
The trio behind OOMK are inspired by the art of women and girls, making noise and their Muslim faith.
prison, politics and putin: pussy riot’s masha updates on the revolution
We catch up with Pussy Riot-er Masha (Maria Alekhina) as she takes over Shoreditch's Village Underground alongside Thurston Moore, The Jack Wood and Scofferlane, to publicise Zona.Media, an NGO and independent voice in the Russian media.