From Russia to India and Hong Kong, we take a look at the zines which are carving out vital spaces of self-expression for queer people in countries where same-sex relationships still remain taboo.
In her photo series, Natalia Ershova meets the social recluses from Moscow who have chosen to stay at home, and communicate with the outside world almost entirely online.
A new book compiles magazines, pamphlets and posters distributed in the USSR during the space race – a period when anywhere felt reachable.
In his new documentary, David France went undercover to tell the story of the people helping the LGBTQ+ community escape persecution.
Last month, activist Elena Grigorieva was murdered after her details were doxxed on a mysterious, Saw-inspired website. But who is behind it?
27-year-old Eva Borisov explains what it’s like to be transgender in one of the most homophobic nations in the Western world.
Bieke Depoorter has been asking constant questions of herself – navigating what it means to be a photographer with the most intimate access imaginable.
A new documentary follows gymnast Margarita Mamun as she trains for the Olympics – exposing a blunt, brutal and abusive preparation regime.
As the world looks to Russia ahead of the World Cup, photography project Goal Click invited its photographers to capture the country through their own eyes.
Photographer Sergey Nazarov meets the next generation of Russian changemakers: a fearless group of teens and 20-somethings who are taking a stand against corruption.
After growing tired of city life, Yuri Alekseyev left Moscow for an underground woodland hut. Photographer Pavel Volkov shoots him in his self-made home.
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