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In his second thinkpiece from the Chocolate series, ISAAC talks about love, while touching upon burning topics of racism, objectification, “color blindness”, and the importance of self-love.
Eurovision is so bizarre and ridiculous it is in fact alternative high art. Here’s a concise review of all of this year’s entries to the celebration of Eurotrash, campiest of all, just before it kicks off.
Welcome to our new series No Fear, highlighting Russian contemporary artists and projects struggling with censorship and propaganda, accompanied by exclusive artworks. Read our editor Polina Korneeva’s intro to revolting musicians you should definitely check out.
Exciting news: we’re publishing our second printed issue, all about queer love and community. But in order for us to publish our colossal ode to kin, we need your support too.
Cardboard puppet art that portrays Berlin’s sexually open queer clubbing scene so realistically you feel like you’re right in it? Discover how Rory manages to achieve that in our interview!
Two femmes, two cameras. Berlin-based photographers Dánae Cuesta and Michelle Gutiérrez Fernández share an intimate photography study of each other.
Another month, another unconstrained stream of word vomit from Just Karen a.k.a. Karel Vladyka a.k.a. Karen Dragshaw a.k.a. Prague’s most fabulous shitshow.
In her collection of portraits narrating a silent but expressive account of a life far away from home, Argentinian photographer Mirella de Mar captures her friend Maria in her armour of choice for the battlefield of the everyday.
Prague-based artist ISAAC celebrates living at the intersection of being Black and gay in his article trilogy “Chocolate”, exclusively published at Kink.
In the light of the International Women’s Day, let’s talk about our policy of not giving platform to straight men portraying the female body.
Are we really the people we try to present ourselves as? Dutch photographer Charmaine de Heij comments on the influence of technology on our own identity in her recent project.