In the new book 'Delhi: Communities of Belonging,' photographers Sunil Gupta and Charan Singh explore and celebrate queer culture in India, including the gay men who were forced to get married and have children, yet still cruise in secrecy.
"This is forcing everyone to come together. I think the community just needs to help each other and force each other to stand up."
It was a small demonstration, but did provide some kind of hope: the people who represent everything that's right about Britain far out-ranked those who want to see it turned into a one-race hellscape of hate, mundanity, and fear.
NYPD barriers around Trump Tower didn't stop thousands of New Yorkers from showing up and being heard.
At Javits Center in Manhattan, the crowd was there to witness the breaking of a glass ceiling. Instead, everything else was broken.
Photographer Zak Krevitt hit the halls of Nebulous Gaming in the Lower East Side to capture some 'Magic' fans do their thing on Game Day.
Jesse Marlow always looks up at the right time.
Follow Hamilton Morris as he journeys through a Salvia divinorum ceremony in the forests of Oaxaca.
In this stunning series Michele Sibiloni leaves the club scene behind for the fields of Uganda.
Mauricio Alejo took these photos in several of his apartments in New York City, where he lived for 13 years trying to make it as an artist.
Take a glimpse of Russian photographer Katya Rezvaya's new series about Dr. Andrei Gnezdilov, a therapist and author of scientific studies and books on the therapeutic values of fairy tales.
The completion of the Ilisu Dam will result in the destruction of more than 248 miles of the Tigris's ecosystem, lead to the relocation of up to 70,000 people, and submerge numerous settlements.
These street photos by Richard Sandler are "also a love-letter. A love-letter to our world and everyone around us," writes Jonathan Ames in the photographer's new book 'The Eyes of the City.'
A new photobook by photo-activist collective Activestills features ten years of photography documenting tension in Israel and Palestine, including protests the photographers were active in themselves.
In this week's edition of First-Person Shooter, we gave two cameras to Alissa, a sex worker at a legal brothel in Las Vegas. She photographed the space, the ladies, and told us a bit about her unique, adults-only lifestyle.
From Bruce Davidson's picture of Coney Island's fireworks to David Alan Harvey's French teenagers smoking and kissing, each tells a story about a moment of connection.
Avery L. White's dramatic photographs of people in the thick of the Standing Rock protests.
Come for a baguette, stay for the helmets that Tiësto's grandfather turned into colanders.
The small rally in São Paulo was peaceful until anti-fascist activists showed up and things got ugly.
GIFRIENDS captured some of the chaos at both Tompkins Square Halloween Dog Parade and the PUPkin Dog Costume Contest in Fort Greene.
What to wear going out when you really don't want to go out.
Blood, face paint, and tears on the streets of England's capital.
Photographer Conor Beary ended up in Monrovia, visiting his girlfriend's family, and wound up with an invite to a largely secretive annual celebration.
An homage to the horror classic that made photographer Kelsey Bennett and stylist Rémy Bennett feel comforted when they were kids.