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Culture

inside california's queer skating scene

Magda Wosinska documents the changing face of skater culture in America with a new photography series and short film.
Liam Hess
2 days ago
Photography

photographing mumbai’s lgbt+ communities as india decriminalizes homosexuality

Magnum photographer Olivia Arthur documents fleeting moments of solitude and tenderness amongst the maelstrom of Mumbai in poignant series, 'In Private/Mumbai'.
Ryan White
4.12.19
Photography

telling the story of britain’s elderly trans community

Over the last five years, photographer Bex Day has worked on ‘Hen’, a sensitive document of what it means to be trans and elderly in Britain.
Ryan White
4.1.19
Film

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.
Brian O'Flynn
3.20.19
Film

8 queer films you need to watch now

As BFI Flare opens in London, we picked a handful of films worth catching.
Sam Moore
3.8.19
Opinion

why aren't more people talking about netflix's razor-sharp sitcom 'one day at a time'?

The Netflix reboot of 70s comedy 'One Day at a Time' is quite possibly the best (and most important) show on screens right now.
Yusuf Tamanna
2.21.19
Culture

discovering dysphoria at my big, big age: naeem davis on realizing their dream of top surgery

As two beloved members of the queer community -- Kai Isaiah Jamal and Naeem Davis of BBZ -- hope to realise their dream of having chest reconstruction surgery, Naeem shares their story of discovering dysphoria at a later age.
Naeem Davis
2.14.19
Fashion

10 years of C☆NDY

Luis Venegas discusses 10 years and 12 issues of ‘C☆NDY’: a celebration of the “transversal world” that’s taken in everything from Nan Goldin’s photography to a cover imagining the first transgender president.
Ryan White
1.17.19
Opinion

the 90s tv show that walked so ‘riverdale’ could run

Cancelled after just two seasons, 'Popular' creator Ryan Murphy said years later the network was only interested in its gay characters if they were made to suffer.
Yusuf Tamanna
1.17.19
Opinion

why you need to watch netflix’s ‘sex education’

"Everybody's either thinking about shagging, about to shag, or actually shagging".
Sam Moore
1.9.19
Photography

how ka-man tse’s ‘narrow distances’ contemplates what it means to be seen

Announced as the recipient of the 2018 Aperture Portfolio Prize in December, we speak to Chinese-American artist and Yale lecturer Ka-Man Tse about her award-winning project, ‘narrow distances’.
Ryan White
1.7.19
LGBT

fighting for lgbti rights in kakuma refugee camp

Wolfgang Tillmans meets the LGBTQI Ugandans who had to flee their home country to Kakuma Refugee Camp because of the constant threat of homophobic violence after the country passed an Anti-Homosexuality Law.
Wolfgang Tillmans
1.4.19
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