Drag performer Linda Simpson remembers capturing her friends on wild, hedonistic nights out in New York’s East Village.
From in-depth essays to on-the-ground reporting in communities stretched across the globe, here are the pieces we’re most proud of this year.
As violence and turmoil continue to beset the Venezuelan capital, the drag community has positioned itself at the forefront of a DIY fightback.
We were ready to share our new issue back in March. Then the world fell off a cliff.
From 1969 to 1972, the acid-fueled performance troupe – which included underground icons like Divine and Sylvester – took radical politics to a wider audience.
In the face of hatred and persecution, a collective of drag queens have carved out a community within the city: one that refuses to bow to fear.
As Trump’s anti-LGBTQ policies creep through Congress, we spend time with the trans and drag models of New York – hearing their thoughts, hopes and fears for the future.
Formed in the aftermath of Stonewall riots, the Trocks are an all-gay dance group hoping to inspire change. In a new documentary, filmmaker Bobbi Jo Hart celebrates their legacy.
As a '21st century polymath', Jacob Mallinson Bird is using queer agency to disrupt the heteronormative – opening minds in unexpected places.
David Hoyle has spent his life fighting power through honesty and openness, not pointless kindness. Now he's set to be immortalised in print.
Welcome to The Glory, a queer East London pub at the heart of the city's drag scene.
As an outspoken gay performer living with HIV, Panti Bliss has become an unlikely – but empowering – ambassador for a once-conservative country.