Celebrating both Queer History Month and Ramadan, the Berlin-based festival focused on giving platform to queer folks of color and Muslim identity. Read our report now!
Read about the most intense and queerest shows of one of the most exciting European festivals.
We loved going to the CTM festival last year, and of course we’re going to do it this time too. Here’s what we’re looking forward to the most!
See what went down at a Prague art show that tried to take down patriarchy, one artwork at a time.
As the holidays are fast approaching and you’re trying to make your way through the countless sneaky gift guides and consumerism traps, you might find yourself with Mariah singing her very own Christmas wishes in your one ear and a burning question in the other: what is it that I really want? As for us, the answer is clear: all we want for Christmas is the fall of patriarchy.
Thinking politics, fun and art cannot coexist? 3hd festival has once again proven everyone wrong!
Relive the Kink Print: SELF launch with us through analog photos by Paulina Matova and DasaPhotos!
Berlin’s most talented queer artists are coming together for a fundraiser party for Lyra Pramuk’s facial feminization surgery this Saturday, October 6. Join the celebration, and don’t forget to bring some flowers!
One of our favorite festivals is taking place again this October – here’s what you can expect!
Afropunk, the platform embracing and empowering black folks, hosted a packed festival in Paris this July, and photographer Geneviève Dieng captured the cuties and beauties attending it!
It is no doubt Creepy Teepee stands out amongst all those huge, essentially commercial European summer festivals. This year’s edition was no exception, bringing delicate moments of pure happiness mixed with weirdness to everyone who was there. Read our report, accompanied by snaps capturing its raw energy by photographer Vaclav Mach.
We demand fair working hours! We demand proper wage and insurance! We demand respect, care, and empowerment! And, last but not least, we demand amazing upcycled work outfits from Berlin-based designer Melisa Minca.