Meet the artist advocating for reproductive rights and female pleasure
Since her abortion, Natalie Krim’s creativity has been an outlet for processing her emotions and reclaiming the narrative of her experience.
Zoe Yu Gilligan
The São Paulo protesters fighting for the future of Brazilian democracy
Photos of rallies for left-wing politician Lula, Brazil's new president, who toppled the right-wing Bolsonaro government in this weekend's election.
10 Florida activists fighting for a brighter, queerer future
From creating safe spaces at their schools to filing high-profile lawsuits, young people are rallying against the homophobic 'Don't Say Gay' law.
The protestors fighting for abortion rights in New York City
As the US Supreme Court attempts to overturn the landmark Roe v. Wade decision, Kristina Shakht photographs those taking to the streets in protest.
Kwajo Tweneboa is south London's social housing hero
Shining a light on the severe cracks in our social housing systems, 23-year-old Kwajo is taking on the biggest housing associations, and winning.
How the UK's Nationality and Borders Bill will affect LGBTQ+ people
We spoke to Rainbow Migration about the ways this racist bill could put queer lives in danger and what we can do to fight it.
Why the government's latest immigration bill is so dangerous
As a second reading reaches the House of Lords today, Athian Akec breaks down how this new bill allows the government to create a second tier of citizenship.
What the new student-written climate education bill actually means
What does it entail? Will it change our school education? How soon could it actually happen?
Gillian Laub's photos reveal America's divisions through her own family
Alienated by her family's support of Trump, the photographer began shooting 'Family Matters' as a way of bridging their political divide.
Who is political slogan fashion actually for?
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's "Tax the rich" Met Gala dress may have turned heads, but does it actually mean anything?
Why voter ID is terrible for democracy
It’s about race, class and power.
Christina Adane is the young activist fighting food poverty
Before Marcus Rashford brought the issue to national attention, the 17-year-old campaigner from south London was already changing the system.