in defense of oversharing on social media
'U ok hun? DM me xx'
transphobia is alive and well both in and outside the queer community
More cisgender queer people need to oppose transphobia, urgently.
the reinvention of gwyneth paltrow
Gwyneth Paltrow was never going to be relatable. But whether she can be likeable is a different question.
our obsession with 'munchausen syndrome by proxy' stinks of misogyny
Netflix's 'The Politician' is the latest show to explore the rare mental health condition
how do we make sure diversity isn’t just a trend?
We investigate the issues raised in the wake of the Business of Fashion-Kerby Jean-Raymond scandal.
why we need more sober safe spaces for marginalized communities
If we want to get serious about intersectional mental health, we first have to create more sober spaces for QTIBPOC.
when your body is treated by men as if it's a house to be lived in
Read an extract from 'Soft Fruit in the Sun' by Oliver Zarandi, a new anthology best described as 'tender body-horror'.
what bella thorne's porno tells us about the dichotomy of celebrity sexuality
The former Disney actress has directed her first porno.
the seven types of fashion student: where are they now?
A year on from graduation, we catch up with The Monk, The Party Boy and the rest of the cohort.
how fashion is embracing ecosexuality
Fashion has long been inspired by nature and sex, but can an industry so damaging to the environment ever be truly ecosexual?
how butch/femme subcultures allow gay women to thrive
Whether reclaiming femininity from the male gaze or rejecting feminine gender norms by embracing butch, the subculture is intrinsically radical: it empowers lesbians to renounce patriarchal standards of beauty.
how selfies destroy our self-esteem
In their new book 'Mixed Feelings: Exploring Modern Life and the Internet, One Discussion at a Time', journalist Sarah Raphael and model Naomi Shimada break down what social media is really doing to our self-worth.