LGBT+

Photography

Sexy, homoerotic photos from a hot New Zealand summer

Alexa play Lorde 'Solar Power'.
Georgie Wright
3 days ago
Opinion

The coming out narrative needs to be reframed

A particular vision of what coming out is like now dominates, but for many of us with different cultural backgrounds the experience is more complex.
Lex Shu Chan
10.11.21
Photography

Pictures of queer lovers naked on a Mexico beach

Separated by the Atlantic, photographers David Mesa and Julian Camilo fell in love over lockdown and captured their first real-life meeting.
Douglas Greenwood
10.5.21
Film

Teen Beach Movie is a queer coming out story, actually

Ryan from High School Musical walked, so Tanner from Teen Beach Movie could run!
Lauren Coates
7.20.21
Film

7 movies for a sapphic summer

Female sexuality is explored under the beating hot sun in these queer films to watch.
Emily Maskell
7.16.21
Opinion

Why the rise of the ironic homophobic meme isn't a bad thing

Once taboo language and stereotypes are no longer off-limits.
James Greig
6.28.21
Photography

A besotted photographer's sultry ode to her lover

Exclusively for i-D, Belgian photographer Dinaya Waeyaert presents the story behind her forthcoming book, ‘Come Closer’.
Dinaya Waeyaert
6.22.21
Art

This HIV positive artist brings the darkest taboos into the light

Pierre-Alexandre Fillaire uses clothing, sculpture and installation art to connect the dots of his identity.
Domino
6.18.21
News

Queer Love Island would be a logistical nightmare, says ITV

No real harm in trying though, is there?
Jenna Mahale
6.3.21
Photography

Catherine Opie picks eight of her most career-defining images

Starting with her first self-portrait in 1970, the contemporary American photographer talks us through half a century of subversive imagery.
Alex Merola
5.27.21
Photography

Bart Heynen photographs modern gay fatherhood in America

More than 40 families appear in his new book, 'Dads'.
Zoe Whitfield
5.17.21
Culture

In Pose, Angel Bismark Curiel found a family

The star of FX's hit series about New York’s voguing and ball scene reflects on the poignancy of the show's end.
Douglas Greenwood
4.29.21
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