has the internet helped breed a new generation of queerphobia?
Study finds Gen Zers have the most negative attitudes to LGBTQ+ people
yeule finds herself on her celestial debut album
Artist Nat Ćmiel has expanded her heavenly video game-influenced sound to cinematic proportions on 'Serotonin II.'
how 'sadfishing' became our favourite coping mechanism
Far from being just a way of seeking attention, venting on social media is a way of reaching out across the void and forging a support network.
how gay tiktok became gay tumblr for gen z
After the blogging platform banned NSFW content, queer young people turned to the popular app to express themselves.
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this artist paints the private and public personas of her friends
By painting her subjects in two poses, Kim Hyunji's life-size portraits capture the duality of a generation.
remembering the golden age of the queer internet
AfterEllen, Neopets and Livejournal served as a gathering place for queer young people.
watch us test the internet’s strangest beauty products
We asked a bunch of i-D friends to test out the most bizarre beauty products we were able to buy online for anything between $5 and $25.
a guide to forgotten internet heroes
Tell me here, where are you now that I need ya?
social media is helping us talk about mental health, says study
77% said of young people say it's easier to find personal stories and advice online than in-person.
why are people smashing makeup on the internet?
Between cutting up lipsticks and melting expensive powders, the beauty industry has found a new way to interrogate itself about consumerism, waste, and excess.
wikipedia vandals list paul ryan as an invertebrate, and other acts of online protest
It's the latest protest tool for a new generation.
artist cecilia salama explores digital loneliness through butterflies and gymnastics
Her new show is a deceptively cutesy investigation into concerns with privacy on the internet. Who knew baby pink butterflies could be so deep?