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.
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.
After spending the last few years living in Ohio under Donald Trump, Laurie Richards moved to Dorset. She explains why the UK health system helped her finally feel accepted.
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.
In a series of stark black and white portraits, photographer Kike Arnal gets up close and personal with Latin America’s transgender community.
Photojournalist Fahrinisa Campana heads to Athens to meet the LGBT+ refugees who are trying to make ends meet in a deeply conservative Greek society.
In her new book, award-winning photographer and activist Mariette Pathy Allen captures the gender non-conforming mediums of Thailand and Burma.
Journalists obsessed with attacking the trans community are placing vulnerable people in danger and turning our media toxic, writes Dawn Foster.
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.
Growing up with gender dysphoria, Laura Jane Grace had to navigate a confusing world of self-doubt. Then she emerged from the chaos as a transgender hero.
We asked the cast of Summer In London – a play that's made history with its entirely transgender cast.
When Sara Davidmann discovered old documents that made it clear her uncle Ken was a transgender woman, she set out to explore and celebrate her life.