Culture

Culture

nothing about us, without us: 50 years of stonewall

On the 28th of June 1969 a spontaneous riot outside the Stonewall Inn in New York City sparked a seismic change in gay liberation. Fifty years on, the elders of the SAGE LGBT advocacy group have a new fight on their hands.
Ryan White
6.4.19
Culture

the best things to watch, see, and do this week

Your indispensable gui-De to leisure action in NYC, June 3 to 9.
Nicole DeMarco
6.3.19
Culture

why barbie is a feminist (yes, really)

i-D talks to Susan Shapiro, the author of Assouline's 'Barbie: 60 Years of Inspiration,' about what the iconic doll represents in 2019.
Alyson Zetta Williams
6.3.19
Culture

6 creatives on how to make self-care more inclusive

Mainstream culture tends to ignore the ways the trend leaves out those who are disabled or chronically sick.
Sara Radin
5.31.19
Culture

what partying with sex workers taught me about queer visibility

In an extract from her book ‘Queer Intentions’, journalist Amelia Abraham joins the first ever sex worker float at Amsterdam Pride.
Amelia Abraham
5.31.19
Film

why you should watch ‘booksmart’ this weekend

"Don’t give studios an excuse not to green-light movies made by and about women," tweeted director Olivia Wilde.
Claudia Paterson
5.31.19
Culture

meet 5 illustrators using their art to celebrate the beauty of being queer

i-D talks to a group of artists about exploring their sexuality through their work, and the challenges they've run into when sharing their lives online.
Sara Radin
5.30.19
Culture

tommy cash's new collaboration with rick owens is as horrifying as it is fascinating

In his first foray into the art world, the 'post-Soviet rapper' exhibits, among other things, his own sperm as part of a show created in collaboration with the US designer.
Aliide Naylor
5.30.19
Culture

5 dominatrices explain the rules of consent

"People can learn a lot from the BDSM and sex work community about consent and talking about sex in an open and supportive way without judgement."
Mary Retta
5.30.19
Culture

mental health activist demetrius harmon is inspiring a generation to open up

'It breaks the idea that there’s a perfect life, like there’s a life without sorrow and things like that.'
J.L. Sirisuk
5.29.19
Culture

how female athletes are becoming social media’s newest 'influencers'

As interest in women's sports continues to rise, these emerging athletes are taking to social media to develop their brand and inspire others to get involved in sports.
Laura Pitcher
5.29.19
Photography

jamie hawkesworth: “I've tried to keep a certain naivety to things”

Get an exclusive look at photographer Jamie Hawkesworth’s latest project, ‘A Short, Pleasurable Journey, Part Two’, as he discusses the story behind it.
Ryan White
5.29.19
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