10 female-directed films you need to see now
Women direct just 7% of films, and they are disproportionately good.
2016, the year the lgbtqia+ community suffered and united
This year saw the most fatal mass shooting in U.S. history, and a catastrophic blow for the LBGTQIA+ community. In the face of evil, the community united — but going forward we need less talk and more action.
a queer call-to-arms for a better 2017
2016 has been the most lethal year on record for trans people; there's been a rise in hate crimes, including the Orlando nightclub massacre. We need to start the fight back for a brighter future now.
sia and maddie ziegler's latest video is an evocative tribute to orlando victims
Kendrick Lamar also hops on an alternate audio version of 'The Greatest'.
pulse nightclub is becoming a permanent memorial for orlando victims
A nonprofit called OnePULSE wants to create 'a sanctuary of hope dedicated to the lives affected and taken by the tragedy.'
britney spears, mary j blige, and selena gomez lend their voices to orlando tribute song
Titled 'Hands,' the track also features RuPaul, Gwen Stefani, J. Lo, Troye Sivan, and the Trans Chorus of Los Angeles.
jennifer lopez and lin-manuel miranda to release orlando benefit song
The proceeds of 'Love Make the World Go Round' will go to those affected by the tragedy.
justin bieber pays tribute to orlando
At his sold out Florida show, the superstar made a gesture of love and support.
#heterosexualprideday trends on twitter and the response is perfect
Someone even found them a flag.
what it’s like to be gay, muslim, and touring the u.s. after orlando
Mashrou’ Leila — the stadium-filling rock band with one of the only openly gay frontmen in mainstream Middle-Eastern music — talks to i-D about touring their new album, ‘Ibn El Leil,’ a response to violence in Lebanese nightclubs.
creatives on coming out and their first time in a gay bar
Carrie Brownstein, Alexander Wang, and Lea DeLaria share their memories and remind us how important LGBTQ nightlife spaces are.
david byrne writes impassioned essay calling for gun control
'We are at war here,' Byrne writes, condemning the N.R.A. and Congress for failing to enact change in light of Sandy Hook and Orlando.