why are we suddenly claiming everything is queer?
From iced coffee to walking quickly, we take a deep dive into what the new stereotypes say about the changing face of queer representation.
visit the 1930s gay members' club raided by police
The National Trust recreate London’s greatest bohemian rendezvous as part of a project exploring the city’s queer club culture.
how and where to celebrate lgbt history month
Here are i-D’s best picks this LGBT History month, from all around the country.
pride and the politics of partying
What’s Pride really about and where did it come from?
keep pride as a protest
As London Pride celebrates its 44th birthday in the wake of the Orlando tragedy we look back to the event's origins as a form of protest, and ask whether its associations with military organisations devalues what it originally stood for.
how gay culture liberated the modern world
With his new book, British poet Gregory Woods is shining a light on the farcical beliefs and fears held around homosexuality in the 20th century.
queer question time for the would-be london mayors
Despite criticisms raised that the annual London celebrations have been stripped of their radical roots, the Pride LGBT London Mayoral hustings showed our community can still be conscious of the struggles we collectively face.
lgbtq cinema is more popular than ever so why are we still lacking diversity?
Why we need to look beyond one voice within film.
has commercialisation ruined gay pride?
We make the case for a new, inclusive, DIY vision for gay protest and visibility.
matt lambert's hardcore, sex-infused “fuck you” to the establishment
The Berlin-based photographer's new zine, VITIUM, is an unapologetic celebration of gay sexuality.
meet nigeria’s most famous gay activist
Nigerian LGBT campaigner Bisi Alimi talks about coming out on national TV, escape to the UK and the ballroom scene in his homeland.
is “coming out” done?
How the rite-of-passage is changing and finding a new place in the 21st century.