Why has there been a failure among some leftist groups to look inwards at the cultures they may be perpetrating?
Writer Daisy Jones discusses her new book, a nuanced and introspective guide to the ever-changing nature of modern-day queerness.
Karl Ludvik is a strong and talented gay climber. Throughout his youth contest career, he’s sought to challenge the narrative that only straight men get to be tough. And now, he wants to help others do the same by tackling the underrepresentation of LGBTQ+ people in climbing.
The photographer spent years capturing ‘die Halbstarken’ – a group of outlier teens who embraced the 1950s rebel aesthetic of James Dean and Marlon Brando.
‘Society had turned its back on us, which added to our creative flow. It’s easy to tell the world to go fuck itself when you’re dying.’
When the island was under Nazi control during the Second World War, two avant-garde artists attempted their own resistance campaign.
It’s been six years since homosexuality was effectively criminalised in Nigeria. Despite this, LGBTQ people in the country are still finding ways to party.
In the early 20th century, LGBT artists would defy the law by secretly sharing their work with friends and family members.
The US author reflects on the success of her genre-bending queer gothic memoir, In The Dreamhouse.
The capital has lost 58 per cent of its LGBTQ+ venues in the past decade. These spaces are vital – but how much longer can they survive?
With state-sanctioned homophobia on the rise, the country’s queer community are on the defence: ‘if you even look gay, it’s wise to carry tear gas with you.’
In his new documentary, David France went undercover to tell the story of the people helping the LGBTQ+ community escape persecution.