Opinion

Opinion

We might be in a 'sex recession', but not for the reasons you'd think

According to surveys, we're having less sex than our forebears. Are we all less horny, or is there something else at work?
James Greig
5.13.21
Photography

Photographer Alfie White: "Being Autistic is not a quirk"

For the last day of Autism Awareness Month, and on the cusp of his 21st birthday, Alfie shares a personal essay about life as a neurodivergent artist.
Alfie White
4.30.21
Opinion

Tech-induced tripping: Can an app get you high?

The future of psychedelics could be legal, widely accessible and cheaper than growing your own shrooms. We investigate whether it actually works.
Abby Moss
4.27.21
Opinion

Why do we love to pathologise normal behaviour online?

By reducing nuances of mental health to sweeping statements, social media might actually be leading to over-diagnosis.
James Greig
4.22.21
Opinion

Bi wife energy is subverting straight relationships

Heteropessimism is dead, let me tell you why: Because they love their wife and their wife is bi.
Jenna Mahale
4.20.21
Photography

Photographer Adraint Bereal reflects on creativity under capitalism

What is it like working as a photographer who is Black within a structure that favours milestones over meaningful change?
Adraint Bereal
4.13.21
Opinion

In 2021, what does visibility mean to the Asian and Trans+ communities?

On Transgender Day of Visibility, Lex Shu Chan pens an honest account of what true visibility means for the Asian and Trans+ communities in light of surges in racism and transphobia across the world.
Lex Shu Chan
3.31.21
Opinion

Model Oliver Wight on their gender confirmation surgery journey

"My own disappointment was difficult to understand...I felt like admitting that seeing my vagina for the first time was difficult was wrong somehow.”
Oliver Wight
3.31.21
Opinion

The secret dread of post-pandemic life

Out with the new, in with the old.
James Greig
3.25.21
Opinion

Why Twitter is so obsessed with these 1970s conversation pits

In lockdown, we're all hankering after connection, socialisation, space to breathe and most crucially, lush, retro homes that aren't mouldy rental hellholes.
Nathan Ma
3.22.21
Opinion

In defence of Keira Knightley

Decades of tabloid scrutiny have warped our understanding of her skills as an actor and celebrity. But now social media is helping to usher in a new era of Keira.
Louis Staples
3.19.21
Fashion

What does fashion’s obsession with the past say about its future?

Raf Simons is the latest cult designer to disrupt the fashion’s inflated resale market by re-releasing iconic archival pieces. And he certainly won't be the last.
Karl Smith
3.17.21
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