US Election

How QAnon is weaponised against sex workers
Opinion

How QAnon is weaponised against sex workers

The real threat — Adult performer and writer Sovereign Syre explores how sex-trafficking conspiracy theories such as QAnon are really just a rehash of age-old anxieties wielded against sex workers.

Written by: Sovereign Syre

Speaking to Trump supporters at New York's MAGA rally
Activism

Speaking to Trump supporters at New York's MAGA rally

'We're on the side of truth' — Donald Trump is lagging behind in the polls ahead of this week's election, but yesterday the Make America Great Again vehicle parade was out in force, shutting down highways and Mario Cuomo bridge in New York.

Written by: Alex King

The activists getting skateboarders to vote
Activism

The activists getting skateboarders to vote

Ride to the polls — Skaters are rarely considered a particularly engaged demographic of voters, but this election, a grassroots organisation is seeking to change that.

Written by: Jonathan Smith

In 'Swing States,' this photographer captures the mood on the street after the US election
Photography

In 'Swing States,' this photographer captures the mood on the street after the US election

A divided nation — In 'Swing States,' Taylor Dorrell uses pictures of the streets of Ohio to document the tense calm before the vote and the unrest that has followed it.

Written by: Marta Bausells

The Atlanta skate park that fought back against gentrification - and won
Culture

The Atlanta skate park that fought back against gentrification - and won

Disunited States: Black Blocks — Built in 1996 in time for Atlanta to host the Olympic Games, Black Blocks was a small urban square designed to spruce up the highway, but it quickly became an important spot for Atlanta’s skaters. Gentrification is in full swing in the city, and when the authorities tried to shut it down earlier this year, the community rallied together to save it, explains Andrew Murrell.

Written by: Andrew Murrell

On the frontlines of Atlanta's homelessness crisis
Reportage

On the frontlines of Atlanta's homelessness crisis

America’s guilty little secret — Like every American city, homelessness in Atlanta is all too commonplace. The economic downturn hit this city hard, and gentrification finds no space for those who are desperate.

Written by: Michael Segalov

Searching for answers in Trumpland USA
Reportage

Searching for answers in Trumpland USA

Disunited States: Into a red sea — When news broke that Donald Trump would really be taking up office in the White House, we sat shocked, angry and bemused at what to do. Now Huck’s News Editor Michael Segalov is heading Stateside to Georgia to hear stories from voices on the ground. In his first dispatch from the US, he explains where we’re going, who we'll be talking to, and how we'll be trying to make sense of America's future.

Written by: Michael Segalov

Under Trump make no mistake: We're all refugees now
Culture

Under Trump make no mistake: We're all refugees now

From Where I Stand — What happens when the arc of history no longer bends towards justice? As Donald Trump upends the world in the greatest political upset for generations, Japanese-American writer Tetsuhiko Endo reflects on what the future holds for anyone fighting on the fringes.

Written by: Tetsuhiko Endo

What does Trump’s victory mean for sex-positive women?
Activism

What does Trump’s victory mean for sex-positive women?

A new sexual counter-revolution — In the wake of Trump’s victory, we’re reaching out to artists, activists and countercultural figures - the people Huck was born to celebrate - for their original and thought-provoking takes on what it means for America, for them and for all of us. After a campaign dogged by misogyny and allegations of sexual assault, we spoke to feminist porn producer and Math Magazine editor MacKenzie Peck about the devastating impact a Trump presidency could have for women.

Written by: Alex King

Artists, activists and cultural rebels react to Trumpageddon
Culture

Artists, activists and cultural rebels react to Trumpageddon

The end is nigh? — The blonde grope-monster is one step closer to getting his hands on the big red nuke button. Here’s how our family of artists, countercultural figures and activists reacted.

Written by: HUCK HQ

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