While it perceives itself as one of the most sexually liberal nations in the world, the Netherland’s black LGBTQ community remains unseen, unheard, and underrepresented.
Out of low-lit bars and into bedrooms, Pigalle People is an ode to Paris’s lost sex-workers through the humanist lens of Jane Evelyn Atwood.
As an outsider growing up in a religious town, photographer Peyton Fulford explored her sexuality in secret. Then she found a tribe of fiercely open friends
A New York exhibition is offering 12 emerging visual artists the chance to share their views on queer life, love and representation.
For five years, photographer Jess T. Dugan and social worker Vanessa Fabbre travelled across the US to hear – and share – the rarely heard stories of the country’s older trans citizens.
In June 2017, Ana Brnabić became the Serbian Prime Minister – making her the country’s first ever gay politician. But one year on, what’s really changed?
Jay Jay Revlon’s community-centred club night, Let’s Have A Kiki, brings the pioneering dance movement of the ’80s and ’90s into the present day.
By explicitly stating that trans women should be included on Labour all women shortlists, this progressive movement is ensuring that trans people are treated with respect and dignity. This, writes Dawn Foster, is worth celebrating.
We speak to director Lukas Dhont about Girl: his new, moving, and richly observed drama about a trans teenager who attempts to become a ballerina.
We speak to French director and former ACT UP member Robin Campillo about activism, Aids, and his moving must-see masterpiece, 120 BPM.
Throughout the ’90s, photographer Christian Vagt lived in the city’s squats, where he shot the everyday lives of his friends, lovers, and fellow LGBT activists.
As the former Sex And The City star enters the race for New York Governor, we examine her complicated relationship with bisexuality, the public eye, and the LGBTQ community.