a queer black activist’s advice for a more mindful pride 2019
“Stonewall doesn’t just belong to LGBTQ history. It belongs to black history.” Frank Leon Roberts speaks on intersectionality ahead of his New York panel, ‘After Stonewall: 50 Years of Black and Brown Resistance’.
the queer photographer who captured manhattan’s bygone cruising culture
Bronx native Alvin Baltrop captured the emotional side of public hook-ups.
what do we mean when we say ‘auntie’?
A new exhibition is an attempt to add depth and understanding to the colloquialism.
parsons' new exhibition explores how fashion can be less racist
'Fashion and Race' celebrates POC creativity, not outrage.
how 'beautiful boy' captures the complexities of addiction
Timothée Chalamet and Steve Carell star in a finely wrought story about the effects of meth addiction on a family.
the ultimate beyoncé reference guide
From a famous 50s sex icon to a lost masterpiece of French cinema, the inspirations behind Bey's most iconic visuals.
mickey aloisio shot intimate nudes with strangers across europe
A creative way of making friends abroad.
how ryan beatty went from radio disney to queer pop star
The singer talks about expressing his authentic identity on his new album, 'Boy in Jeans.'
timothée chalamet’s ‘hot summer nights’ is an instant teen classic
i-D talks to director Elijah Bynum about directing his first film.
i tried the 'call me by your name' peach scene and it was amazing
Yes, it's possible, and it has an ancient Chinese precedent.
studio ghibli alum released a trailer for three new short films
Featuring tiny crab brothers, a boy with an egg allergy, and an invisible man.
this podcast asks: is beyoncé the new michael jackson?
What do you think?