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Exploring the football fanatic culture of the Middle East
Outdoors

Exploring the football fanatic culture of the Middle East

New photo book ‘Football كرة القدم’ draws together pictures from over a dozen photographers to explore the region’s vibrant football culture.

Written by: Isaac Muk

Bashy: “My dad kept me alive”
Culture

Bashy: “My dad kept me alive”

In our latest Daddy Issues column, award winning actor and MC Ashley “Bashy” Thomas talks traditional masculinity, learning survival skills from his Dad and ‘making it’.

Written by: Robert Kazandjian

I interrupted Keir Starmer’s manifesto launch – here’s why
Election 2024

I interrupted Keir Starmer’s manifesto launch – here’s why

One of Starmer’s constituents, Alice tried every way to talk to her then MP about the crisis facing her generation, but he did not listen she writes exclusively for Huck.

Written by: Alice, Green New Deal Rising

Revisiting Casa Susanna, the legendary Trans refuge in pre-Stonewall America
Photography

Revisiting Casa Susanna, the legendary Trans refuge in pre-Stonewall America

A new book explores the story of the private oasis for self-identified heterosexual men and their wives seeking space to explore gender variance at a time when homosexuality and crossdressing were treated as crimes and mental illnesses.

Written by: Miss Rosen

How communities of colour fought back
Election 2024

How communities of colour fought back

Micha Frazer-Carroll examines the challenges that the UK’s minoritised communities have faced over the last five years, and reports on the ways that they have come together to organise, support and uplift one another.

Written by: Micha Frazer-Carroll

The photographer tracing the history of New York’s slave trade
Photography

The photographer tracing the history of New York’s slave trade

Nona Faustine embarked on a journey into the past, traveling across New York City’s five boroughs and Long Island between 2012–2021 to create the new exhibition and monograph ‘White Shoes.’

Written by: Miss Rosen

What it's really like to access gender affirming healthcare as a young trans woman
Election 2024

What it's really like to access gender affirming healthcare as a young trans woman

In explaining her often difficult, frustrating and long journey through the healthcare system, Johanna Kirkpatrick dispels many of the myths surrounding gender identity clinics.

Written by: Johanna Kirkpatrick

Election 2024

Save the date for Rishi’s Leaving Drinks
Election 2024

Save the date for Rishi’s Leaving Drinks

Huck is teaming up with our friends at Dalston Superstore and Queer House Party to bring you an election night viewing party like no other.

Written by: Ben Smoke

Drag artists unite to get out the vote, babes
Election 2024

Drag artists unite to get out the vote, babes

East London legend Crystal talks to Huck about her new campaign, Vote, Babes! which brings together over 20 drag artists to encourage young people to use their vote.

Written by: Ben Smoke

I interrupted Keir Starmer’s manifesto launch – here’s why
Election 2024

I interrupted Keir Starmer’s manifesto launch – here’s why

One of Starmer’s constituents, Alice tried every way to talk to her then MP about the crisis facing her generation, but he did not listen she writes exclusively for Huck.

Written by: Alice, Green New Deal Rising

How communities of colour fought back
Election 2024

How communities of colour fought back

Micha Frazer-Carroll examines the challenges that the UK’s minoritised communities have faced over the last five years, and reports on the ways that they have come together to organise, support and uplift one another.

Written by: Micha Frazer-Carroll

What it's really like to access gender affirming healthcare as a young trans woman
Election 2024

What it's really like to access gender affirming healthcare as a young trans woman

In explaining her often difficult, frustrating and long journey through the healthcare system, Johanna Kirkpatrick dispels many of the myths surrounding gender identity clinics.

Written by: Johanna Kirkpatrick

Inside life at the centre of the cost of living crisis
Election 2024

Inside life at the centre of the cost of living crisis

Jamie Ginns is the strategic lead at Greenwich Foodbank. Here he details the realities of day to day life at the bank and the stories of the many thousands they help every year.

Written by: Jamie Ginns

Euros: It’s coming home

Exploring the football fanatic culture of the Middle East
Outdoors

Exploring the football fanatic culture of the Middle East

New photo book ‘Football كرة القدم’ draws together pictures from over a dozen photographers to explore the region’s vibrant football culture.

Written by: Isaac Muk

Striking photos of the Royal Shrovetide football match
Photography

Striking photos of the Royal Shrovetide football match

The centuries old tradition sees the town of Ashbourne transformed for two days every February.

Written by: Huck

Striking and unexpected portraits of Millwall Football Club
Outdoors

Striking and unexpected portraits of Millwall Football Club

A new documentary explores the diverse community at the heart of London’s most infamous team.

Written by: Isaac Muk

The resurgence of film photography in women's football
Football

The resurgence of film photography in women's football

Driven partly by nostalgia and partly by resistance to digital immediacy, young photographers have turned to a traditional medium to capture the sport’s recent rise.

Written by: Hana Basir

Inside the world of football’s unsung heroes: the referees
Film

Inside the world of football’s unsung heroes: the referees

To mark the release of a new documentary following a diverse group of grassroots match officials in the UK, we spoke to two of its featured voices: aspirational family man Nigel Owen, and Lucy Clark, the world’s first openly trans referee and founder of all-trans football club TRUK United.

Written by: Jake Hall

The cost of living crisis is killing football
Football

The cost of living crisis is killing football

Premier League clubs spent a record £815m in the January transfer window, but community clubs are facing a financial squeeze that threatens the beautiful game from the ground up.

Written by: Fred Garratt-Stanley

Photography

Revisiting Casa Susanna, the legendary Trans refuge in pre-Stonewall America
Photography

Revisiting Casa Susanna, the legendary Trans refuge in pre-Stonewall America

A new book explores the story of the private oasis for self-identified heterosexual men and their wives seeking space to explore gender variance at a time when homosexuality and crossdressing were treated as crimes and mental illnesses.

Written by: Miss Rosen

The photographer tracing the history of New York’s slave trade
Photography

The photographer tracing the history of New York’s slave trade

Nona Faustine embarked on a journey into the past, traveling across New York City’s five boroughs and Long Island between 2012–2021 to create the new exhibition and monograph ‘White Shoes.’

Written by: Miss Rosen

An unconventional portrait of queer motherhood
Photography

An unconventional portrait of queer motherhood

In new book, ‘This Train’ photographer Justine Kurland documents her life on the road with her young son amongst brutal histories inscribed in the earth.

Written by: Miss Rosen

Behind surfer Tony Caramanico’s vibrant journal art
Photography

Behind surfer Tony Caramanico’s vibrant journal art

A new book chronicles almost half a century of the legendary east coast surfer’s diary entries.

Written by: Isaac Muk

London’s Many Faces: Capturing Beauty On The Streets Of Hackney
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London’s Many Faces: Capturing Beauty On The Streets Of Hackney

For fashion photographer Shingi Rice, her camera helps level the playing field. In a world where people are told they have to look a certain way, she’s championing individuality, rebellion and self-love.

Written by: Shingi Rice

In Photos: Cooper’s Hill cheese roll
Photography

In Photos: Cooper’s Hill cheese roll

Each year in the Cotswolds, hundreds of competitors sprint down a sheer, uneven cliff to chase after a wheel of Double Gloucester cheese, risking injury and even consciousness. This year we sent photographer Theo McInnes to capture the action.

Written by: Ben Smoke

Culture

Bashy: “My dad kept me alive”
Culture

Bashy: “My dad kept me alive”

In our latest Daddy Issues column, award winning actor and MC Ashley “Bashy” Thomas talks traditional masculinity, learning survival skills from his Dad and ‘making it’.

Written by: Robert Kazandjian

London’s Many Faces: Capturing Beauty On The Streets Of Hackney
Vans

London’s Many Faces: Capturing Beauty On The Streets Of Hackney

For fashion photographer Shingi Rice, her camera helps level the playing field. In a world where people are told they have to look a certain way, she’s championing individuality, rebellion and self-love.

Written by: Shingi Rice

Finding redemption at the bars
Huck Presents

Finding redemption at the bars

Directed by Spencer Murphy, The Bars celebrates a community that has grown up around bar parks made from knives recovered from the streets of London by charity Steel Warriors.

Written by: Alex King

Capturing Stillness: How cold water surf photography is therapy
Outdoors

Capturing Stillness: How cold water surf photography is therapy

Robyn Steady is a surfer and photographer whose surf therapy sessions with Wave Project are helping tackle the mental health crisis among young people in Scotland.

Written by: David Lyons

Inside the lurid, laugh-out-loud world of Alex Gamsu Jenkins
Vans

Inside the lurid, laugh-out-loud world of Alex Gamsu Jenkins

Garish, grotesque and riddled with dark humour, the 29-year-old’s illustrations and comics depict the millennial experience with twisted glee. For the Londoner, it’s about reclaiming the anxieties that young people face every single day.

Written by: Niall Flynn

Thessaloniki International Doc Festival is celebrating LGBTQ+ Cinema
Film

Thessaloniki International Doc Festival is celebrating LGBTQ+ Cinema

A report from the 2024 TIDF sees art, empathy, a bit of violence and a hopeful vision for the future of Greek cinema.

Written by: Christina Newland

Activism

Activists claim victory after major UK festivals drop Barclays as a sponsor
Activism

Activists claim victory after major UK festivals drop Barclays as a sponsor

Groups and artists have been campaigning for Live Nation to drop the bank as a sponsor for Download, Latitude and Isle of Wight over alleged ties to the arms trade.

Written by: Ben Smoke

I interrupted Keir Starmer’s manifesto launch – here’s why
Election 2024

I interrupted Keir Starmer’s manifesto launch – here’s why

One of Starmer’s constituents, Alice tried every way to talk to her then MP about the crisis facing her generation, but he did not listen she writes exclusively for Huck.

Written by: Alice, Green New Deal Rising

How communities of colour fought back
Election 2024

How communities of colour fought back

Micha Frazer-Carroll examines the challenges that the UK’s minoritised communities have faced over the last five years, and reports on the ways that they have come together to organise, support and uplift one another.

Written by: Micha Frazer-Carroll

The skateboarders fighting for a better future
Skate

The skateboarders fighting for a better future

From skate sessions for refugees to zines that champion every identity, skateboarding is emerging as a transformative tool – a home for all kinds of outsiders.

Written by: Robbie Warin

Why have a quarter of The Great Escape’s line up pulled out?
Activism

Why have a quarter of The Great Escape’s line up pulled out?

At least 126 acts have withdrawn from the Brighton festival in protest at the inclusion of Barclays as a sponsor because of the bank's alleged links with atrocities in Gaza, Ben Smoke explains.

Written by: Ben Smoke

British Muslims are being demonised for voting
Activism

British Muslims are being demonised for voting

As Muslims exercise their democratic rights alongside millions of other Brits, the rise in Islamophobia has reached an intolerable cacophany writes Dr Shabna Begum.

Written by: Shabna Begum

Outdoors

Exploring the football fanatic culture of the Middle East
Outdoors

Exploring the football fanatic culture of the Middle East

New photo book ‘Football كرة القدم’ draws together pictures from over a dozen photographers to explore the region’s vibrant football culture.

Written by: Isaac Muk

Behind surfer Tony Caramanico’s vibrant journal art
Photography

Behind surfer Tony Caramanico’s vibrant journal art

A new book chronicles almost half a century of the legendary east coast surfer’s diary entries.

Written by: Isaac Muk

In Photos: Cooper’s Hill cheese roll
Photography

In Photos: Cooper’s Hill cheese roll

Each year in the Cotswolds, hundreds of competitors sprint down a sheer, uneven cliff to chase after a wheel of Double Gloucester cheese, risking injury and even consciousness. This year we sent photographer Theo McInnes to capture the action.

Written by: Ben Smoke

The skateboarders fighting for a better future
Skate

The skateboarders fighting for a better future

From skate sessions for refugees to zines that champion every identity, skateboarding is emerging as a transformative tool – a home for all kinds of outsiders.

Written by: Robbie Warin

Capturing Stillness: How cold water surf photography is therapy
Outdoors

Capturing Stillness: How cold water surf photography is therapy

Robyn Steady is a surfer and photographer whose surf therapy sessions with Wave Project are helping tackle the mental health crisis among young people in Scotland.

Written by: David Lyons

In Photos: Finland’s folk ice swimming fanatics
Photography

In Photos: Finland’s folk ice swimming fanatics

To survive their savage winter, many Finns swear by the miraculous benefits of Avanto: cutting an ice hole on a frozen lake and taking a dip.

Written by: Alex King

Film

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Finding redemption at the bars
Huck Presents

Finding redemption at the bars

Directed by Spencer Murphy, The Bars celebrates a community that has grown up around bar parks made from knives recovered from the streets of London by charity Steel Warriors.

Written by: Alex King

Thessaloniki International Doc Festival is celebrating LGBTQ+ Cinema
Film

Thessaloniki International Doc Festival is celebrating LGBTQ+ Cinema

A report from the 2024 TIDF sees art, empathy, a bit of violence and a hopeful vision for the future of Greek cinema.

Written by: Christina Newland

The Existential Guide To Street Photography
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The Existential Guide To Street Photography

Charlie Kwai is living proof that you don’t need to be obsessed with craft or top of the range equipment to take great photos. For the Londoner, it’s simply about being curious – and getting really, really close.

Written by: Zach Sebastian

Erin Axelman: ‘Ignorance keeps the pro-Israel narrative alive’
Activism

Erin Axelman: ‘Ignorance keeps the pro-Israel narrative alive’

The Israelism director talks about the film’s morphing impact, Israel’s colonialism, and being accused of being anti-semitic.

Written by: Isaac Muk

Zendaya fronts Little White Lies’ Challengers issue
Little White Lies

Zendaya fronts Little White Lies’ Challengers issue

The latest issue from Huck’s sister magazine is a sizzling and opulent deep dive into director Luca Guadagino’s latest tennis based offering, writes editor David Jenkins

Written by: David Jenkins

Two decades of City of God: Fernando Meirelles in conversation
Culture

Two decades of City of God: Fernando Meirelles in conversation

We talk to the Brazilian director about the film’s legacy, Brazilian cinema, and how non-Western countries are producing the most exciting movies.

Written by: Isaac Muk

Latest

Save the date for Rishi’s Leaving Drinks
Election 2024

Save the date for Rishi’s Leaving Drinks

Huck is teaming up with our friends at Dalston Superstore and Queer House Party to bring you an election night viewing party like no other.

Written by: Ben Smoke

Activists claim victory after major UK festivals drop Barclays as a sponsor
Activism

Activists claim victory after major UK festivals drop Barclays as a sponsor

Groups and artists have been campaigning for Live Nation to drop the bank as a sponsor for Download, Latitude and Isle of Wight over alleged ties to the arms trade.

Written by: Ben Smoke

Exploring the football fanatic culture of the Middle East
Outdoors

Exploring the football fanatic culture of the Middle East

New photo book ‘Football كرة القدم’ draws together pictures from over a dozen photographers to explore the region’s vibrant football culture.

Written by: Isaac Muk

Drag artists unite to get out the vote, babes
Election 2024

Drag artists unite to get out the vote, babes

East London legend Crystal talks to Huck about her new campaign, Vote, Babes! which brings together over 20 drag artists to encourage young people to use their vote.

Written by: Ben Smoke

I interrupted Keir Starmer’s manifesto launch – here’s why
Election 2024

I interrupted Keir Starmer’s manifesto launch – here’s why

One of Starmer’s constituents, Alice tried every way to talk to her then MP about the crisis facing her generation, but he did not listen she writes exclusively for Huck.

Written by: Alice, Green New Deal Rising

Bashy: “My dad kept me alive”
Culture

Bashy: “My dad kept me alive”

In our latest Daddy Issues column, award winning actor and MC Ashley “Bashy” Thomas talks traditional masculinity, learning survival skills from his Dad and ‘making it’.

Written by: Robert Kazandjian

How communities of colour fought back
Election 2024

How communities of colour fought back

Micha Frazer-Carroll examines the challenges that the UK’s minoritised communities have faced over the last five years, and reports on the ways that they have come together to organise, support and uplift one another.

Written by: Micha Frazer-Carroll

Revisiting Casa Susanna, the legendary Trans refuge in pre-Stonewall America
Photography

Revisiting Casa Susanna, the legendary Trans refuge in pre-Stonewall America

A new book explores the story of the private oasis for self-identified heterosexual men and their wives seeking space to explore gender variance at a time when homosexuality and crossdressing were treated as crimes and mental illnesses.

Written by: Miss Rosen

What it's really like to access gender affirming healthcare as a young trans woman
Election 2024

What it's really like to access gender affirming healthcare as a young trans woman

In explaining her often difficult, frustrating and long journey through the healthcare system, Johanna Kirkpatrick dispels many of the myths surrounding gender identity clinics.

Written by: Johanna Kirkpatrick

The photographer tracing the history of New York’s slave trade
Photography

The photographer tracing the history of New York’s slave trade

Nona Faustine embarked on a journey into the past, traveling across New York City’s five boroughs and Long Island between 2012–2021 to create the new exhibition and monograph ‘White Shoes.’

Written by: Miss Rosen

The Bootleg Toymakers Creating Collectables For A Mashed-Up Generation
Vans

The Bootleg Toymakers Creating Collectables For A Mashed-Up Generation

Driven by a desire to destroy and rebuild, a new generation of comic, film and music obsessives are creating twisted tributes to their favourite pop culture moments.

Written by: Zach Sebastian

An unconventional portrait of queer motherhood
Photography

An unconventional portrait of queer motherhood

In new book, ‘This Train’ photographer Justine Kurland documents her life on the road with her young son amongst brutal histories inscribed in the earth.

Written by: Miss Rosen

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