How do you find strength in your weakest moments? Step back and take a breather. You know you’ve always had it in you.
For the photographer Pol Kurucz, his distinctive visual language represents his ways of revolting against conformity and challenging normality. Peek into his world of provocation and extravaganza.
Self-recycling and white dude scene. Hey, Atonal, it’s 2017, haven’t you heard of diversity yet?
Who ever said latex clothes couldn’t be fun? Berlin-based brand LUPAE is here to shake up the fetish scene.
Join us for a fancy dinner that won’t satisfy your cravings. Here’s what we saw at Bad Art’s fourth installation “Let Them Eat Fake” at London’s Bones and Pearl Studios.
An alternative to Prague Pride – that is the ambition of Alt* Pride, non-commercial festival that took place in autonomous social center Klinika from August 9 to 13, aiming to criticize Prague Pride’s commercial focus and many controversial sponsors. Here’s what went down during the week of queer events and festivities.
Berlin-based artist Lara Minerva combines vintage porn pictures with flowers in her romantic collages, which aim to evoke feelings and as well as inner conflicts in the viewer.
Is the summer heat killing your will to go out and have fun? We’re teaming up with c a r e to bring you an online party you can join from the comfort of your own bed!
Launching its long-awaited online shop, the Danish fashion brand Carcel handmade by Peru female prisoners lifts the veil today, finally enabling us to get our hands on those coveted, carefully fashioned knitwear pieces.
Michael D. Jettmar’s think piece on the debate surrounding access to PrEP in the Czech Republic concludes our joint series about gender and sexuality prepared together with Alt*Pride.
Yo! Sissy: a festival blurring the lines between audience and performer, the personal and political, art and gender. Here is a review of all that happened at this year’s juiciest international queer festival, including an exclusive photo report by Dánae Cuesta.
What’s pure and what’s not? And does it even matter? The answer lies deep down in your heart.