Gender & Sexuality
the gay bar is dead: how the queer space killed it
It's not that the LGBT+ community doesn’t go out anymore. We’re just not going to the same old tired places.
the real love islands: finding romance in a hopeless place
It’s tough looking for love when hook-ups spread like wildfire and Grindr matches are separated by seas.
louis tomlinson is not happy with the harry styles sex scene in ‘euphoria’
The animated sequence from the most recent episode of HBO’s teen drama revived Larry Stylinson.
what does gen z know about stonewall?
Ahead of the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall uprising this weekend, we spoke to the kids of Mosaic LGBT Youth Centre to find out how they discovered this historic moment in queer history.
inside sicily’s queer film festival and its riotous after-party
Photographer Valerio Spada curates a selection of images from Partynudo, the party that unfolded after this year’s Sicilia Queer, as we speak to its grand jury prize winning artist, Mykki Blanco.
janet mock signs a multimillion-dollar deal with netflix
The announcement marks a big step forward for trans visibility in Hollywood.
what we remember is what shapes our future: trans women of colour fought for queer equality
As Pride month this year falls on the 50th anniversary of Stonewall, we must honour the trans people of colour that fought for the rights we enjoy today.
a queer black activist’s advice for a more mindful pride 2019
“Stonewall doesn’t just belong to LGBTQ history. It belongs to black history.” Frank Leon Roberts speaks on intersectionality ahead of his New York panel, ‘After Stonewall: 50 Years of Black and Brown Resistance’.
the queer photographer who captured manhattan’s bygone cruising culture
Bronx native Alvin Baltrop captured the emotional side of public hook-ups.
events worth checking out this pride month
With the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall uprising, this year’s celebrations are more important than ever. Here's our guide to a few of London and New York's pride events.
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.
the london designer crafting queer fashion as thoughtful as it is theatrical
Recently featured as part of the Met’s ‘Camp: Notes on Fashion’ exhibition, William Dill-Russell is making waves with their maximalist understanding of queer style.