In an intimate and collaborative photo series, Chloe Aftel turns her lens to one of the most misrepresented groups in the US.
The ‘involuntarily celibate’ community is typically seen as being male-dominated, with female members – otherwise known as ‘femcels’ – often being overlooked.
We speak to four female photojournalists working in hostile environments about what drives them, despite the inherent risk in their work.
This week, the government is asking the public to share their thoughts on vital new rights for trans people. This could be a huge step forward – but only if our allies speak out.
Through a series of intimate portraits, photographer Lissa Rivera and her partner BJ Lillis have constructed their own fantasy world.
The #MeToo campaign has got us talking about consent, writes Frankie Mace, but why do women still feel unable to initiate sex and celebrate desire?
In her new book, award-winning photographer and activist Mariette Pathy Allen captures the gender non-conforming mediums of Thailand and Burma.
The conversations about gender and sexuality being shown on our CBB screens are more nuanced and mature than in the pages of our national papers.
Journalists obsessed with attacking the trans community are placing vulnerable people in danger and turning our media toxic, writes Dawn Foster.
From September 27 to January 21, the New Museum will play host to Trigger – a new multimedia exhibition exploring gender’s place in contemporary culture.
The struggles faced daily by people outside the gender binary, both online and in real life, are rarely discussed – and our indifference is becoming a serious problem.
With music festivals still dominated by man-heavy lineups, a group of homegrown, DIY collectives are fighting for change.