Naoise Dolan is making queer Irish literature exciting again
The 27-year-old's debut novel, 'Exciting Times', which is released this week, takes the literary trope of the love triangle and gives it a fresh, thoroughly modern twist. No spoilers.
Young people are the real winners in Ireland's election
This weekend's Irish election saw a historic political upheaval, and embrace of left-wing politics. Against a backdrop of housing crisis, widespread inequality and lack of opportunity, it was evidence that the country's youth has had enough.
Dua Lipa's Physical video has a wild hidden meaning
Like, why are the dancers wearing sausage jackets?
why are we suddenly claiming everything is queer?
From iced coffee to walking quickly, we take a deep dive into what the new stereotypes say about the changing face of queer representation.
an exclusive look behind the scenes of 'gone' with charli xcx and chris
It's your two fave queens -- in conversation, exclusively for i-D.
tove lo talks shifting musical landscapes and the state of scandipop
Plus, how she started over on her new album, 'Sunshine Kitty'.
mighty hoopla and go west fest: how queer festival separatism took hold
Is this what progress looks like?
what exactly do the spice girls stand for in 2019?
We crash their reunion tour to find out.
paris’s new wave of queer cinema
'Sauvage', 'Sorry Angel', '120 BPM', 'Knife + Heart' -- many of the most thought-provoking, conversation-starting gay films of late have originated in Paris.
everything you need to know about love, in one episode of 'the simpsons'
Happy Valentine's Day.
why you should listen to ariana grande's new album, 'thank u, next'
Gazing on at her gracious acceptance of tragedy and loss, we’ve all been left wondering… is Ariana actually okay? Turns out, this is her therapy.
diving into the secret history of lesbian culture with king princess
With her literary references and endless visual cues, she's reinventing the intimacy of the exclusive queer space for a new generation.