Polish photographer Natalia Sliwowska explores the issue of fertility and homosexuality in her brilliant mixed-media art project.
A festival whose lineup consists mostly of people of color and/or queer folks (OR queers of color) in the traditional, conservative Austrian capital? Yes, please!
Art foundation Fresh From Poland gives a much needed platform to Polish queer artists in their upcoming exhibition at Bermondsey Project Space in London.
Berlin-based photographer Pepper Levain is a real pro at capturing queer (night)life and personalities. In our interview, we talk drag queens, shooting analog, inspiration, and sharing important messages through one’s work.
Russian photographer Evgenia Merrick explores the conflict of mainstream beauty standards and androgyny in her latest editorial.
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.
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.
Magdaléna Šipka focuses on queer ways of having sexual and romantic relationships for our series about gender and sexuality prepared in collaboration with Alt*Pride.
…and how to get out of it. As part of our collaborative series about gender and sexuality jointly created with Czech Alt*Pride, Marie Feryna explores the level of the connection of gender norms and sex, and invites to her workshop taking place this August.
Breaking the stereotypes of traditional BDSM portrayals, Anna Wim extends the reach far beyond and involves her friends and members of her family to show that kink can literally be for anyone.
This year’s Alt*Pride focuses on the queer identity experience in the east of Europe, particularly dealing with the subjects of ethnicity and social inequality. We’re inviting the activists to share their alternative views on the queer community with Kink!