Queer Love Island would be a logistical nightmare, says ITV
No real harm in trying though, is there?
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.
Bart Heynen photographs modern gay fatherhood in America
More than 40 families appear in his new book, 'Dads'.
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.
Girl In Red on the mental health struggles that inspired her debut album
As she prepares to release ‘If I Could Make It All Go Quiet’, the queer Norwegian musician discusses getting diagnosed with OCD and GAD.
Hedonistic pictures of Barcelona’s queer underworld
Argentinian photographer Leo Adef has spent four years capturing the Spanish city’s LGBT+ community.
Adedamola Odetara's portraits celebrate the strength of queer Lagosians
"We need to get more stories out. It is important that people see that, amidst all the chaos, queer Nigerians are still able to find ways to thrive."
In 2021, what does visibility mean to the Asian and Trans+ communities?
On Transgender Day of Visibility, Lex Shu Chan pens an honest account of what true visibility means for the Asian and Trans+ communities in light of surges in racism and transphobia across the world.
Lex Shu Chan
Trans art is essential: 5 trans+ artists who refuse to be made invisible
“It is essential for the next generation of trans+ kids that we carve out as many routes through the world as possible.”
New movie Femme queers the crime thriller genre
Paapa Essiedu of 'I May Destroy You’ appears in the short movie.
This new book is vital reading for queer Londoners
From book shops to saunas, popstars to pub owners, author Alim Kheraj has created a detailed map of the city's LGBTQ+ scene.
A new documentary cuts through the chaos of David Wojnarowicz
The queer artist set New York’s 1980s art scene aflame. In a new movie, friends like Nan Goldin and Fran Lebowitz reflect on his impact.