vivian girls walked so the next generation of indie rockers could run
As they release their new album 'Memory' after a five year hiatus, i-D talks to the band and the musicians they've influenced.
how keira knightley reminds me of sylvia plath
Looking for an answer as to why the actress was disliked enough to have developed PTSD from ill-treatment by the media and the general public.
femme-run labels are the future of the music industry
Suzi Analogue, Bunny Michael, Hether Fortune, and Fielded are bucking the traditional music label system — and breaking up the industry boys' club.
when sex ruled the skies: space age stewardess uniforms that wouldn't fly today
A look at the glamour and chauvinism of aviation’s Space Age era.
these nostalgic still lifes capture the crushed sporting dreams of teen girls
Alice Hutchison and Ilona Savchenko's 'Trophy Girl' explores the underrepresentation of women in sport and the aspirations of teenage girls that fall by the wayside.
how lana del rey made her life a work of art
Seven years after the summer of 'Video Games,' Lana no longer cares if you think she's faking it.
straight men peak on dating apps at 50, while women peak at 18
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how ‘500 days of summer’ highlights the double standards in rom-coms
Spoiler: the men aren’t always what they’re made out to be.
why is street harassment such a part of french culture?
As awareness grows around sexual harassment and assault, France needs to move away from its local, ingrained macho culture.
period poverty hurts women for the rest of their lives
“We have heard stories of women using the insoles of their shoes to prevent bleeding, twigs with cloth wrapped around them - and the use of tissue is a favourite with school girls.”
heather marie scholl is confronting fellow white women with embroidery
The queer artist and activist mounts her first solo show alongside a workshop that teaches white women what to do with their white feelings.
study says male critics give lower ratings to films by women
‘Film Critics and Gender, and Why it Matters’ is damning critique of the male-dominated industry.