Under red umbrellas, Germany's sex workers are fighting for fair treatment
In Berlin, sex workers are taking to the streets in protest of a proposed change in the law that will put them in jeopardy.
'Activist popcorn cinema' is the new film genre we didn't know we needed
Keep your eyes peeled for Faraz Shariat’s sensual semi-autobiographical debut, 'No Hard Feelings'.
the photographer using softness to challenge hatred
After hearing of multiple homophobic attacks occurring in her new home of Arles, France, young German photographer Celine Yasemen began ‘21 Gram’, a series rooted in softness, love and compassion.
these photos capture the wild, queer nightlife scene of 80s hamburg
Hamburg's Front was not just a club, but a space for people to live their truth and freedom. We had a chat with former resident DJ Klaus Stockhausen about rave culture and finding “the real deal.”
meet the young photographers shaping berlin’s creative scene
A Berlin's Ostkreuzschule für Fotografie, i-D asks seven graduate students how they stand out in today's image-saturated world.
gaddafi gals is the only german rap trio you need in 2018
We premiere the group's video for 'The Death of Papi,' shot on a former soviet training ground in East Germany.
rethinking masculinity – beyond stereotypes
'New Masculinity' is an exhibition by Berlin-based art collective 'Curated By Girls', which brings together the work of four young photographers attempting to challenge conventional ideas of what it means to be male.
5 african-german women on natural hair and cultural appropriation
What does hair have to do with self-acceptance? What needs to change to stop the pressure for women to have straight hair? We head to Berlin to talk confidence and cornrows in the German capital.
in germany, no finally means no
The decision to pass a new law on consent was nearly unanimous.
why was this trans artist's portrait banned in germany?
'The real issue is transphobia,' Cassils wrote in response after a German company deemed her powerful photo 'sexist.'
photographing the sadness and camaraderie of teenage refugees in germany
In her series 'Toleration,' Stefanie Zofia Schulz captures the daily life of families stuck in the asylum-seeker housing system.
enter pepper levain’s wonderful queer world
Photographer Pepper Levain documents queer scenes around the world, as a homage to the colorful people who live to express their freedom.