Gay Pride

Culture

seoul celebrates 20 years of pride

i-D talked to some of the joyful and defiant attendees to find out why it’s so important to show pride in South Korea.
Cheryl Santos
6.26.19
Culture

why we need stronger lgbt+ representation in advertising

It’s probably not a massive shock that LGBT+ people are woefully under represented in advertising -- and then there’s the sad fact that the most complained about ad of 2016 was a builder in heels. So what’s being done to change this? We find out.
Greg French
12.7.17
News

young america is more queer than ever, says new glaad study

GLAAD’s third annual Accelerating Acceptance report declares that Americans aged 18-34 are ‘igniting an identity revolution.’
Hannah Ongley
3.31.17
orlando

orlando proves we need pride more than ever

The horrific attacks in Orlando yesterday show us how much work is still to be done to fight homophobia, and that we all need to stand together to do it.
Jacob Hall
6.13.16
Fashion

my i-D: supermodel josephine skriver speaks out on growing up as a rainbow baby

You may recognise Danish supermodel Josephine Skriver from magazine covers, campaigns for Gucci, Armani or DKNY (delete as appropriate) or pretty much any catwalk under the sun - take your pick. But what you might not know is that Josephine grew up in...
Tish Weinstock
5.21.15
Think Pieces

being bisexual isn't the same as being straight or gay, so why does no one talk about how it differs?

Okay, so it’s a lot more fun to act out your sexual orientation in a club at 3am than to sit around talking about it. But if you feel passionate about your personal politics, it’s also important to have your say. And I’ll say this; why don’t we talk...
Amelia Abraham
6.27.14
Music

drag rapper mykki blanco is unbeweavable

i-D meets drag rapper Mykki Blanco in Brooklyn to talk about her first full album and her fabulous wig collection.
Stuart Brumfitt
6.25.14
Film

adèle exarchopoulos, star of blue is the warmest colour

As Gay Pride approaches this weekend, we speak to both the leading lady and the director of one of the most heart-wrenchingly relatable films about gay lovers - and how meaningless that term then becomes. Adèle Exarchopoulos steps out from the shadows...
Tom Seymour
6.24.14