The Privacy and Perception Issue
My parents, unaware that I already had a dating profile of my own, signed me up for an online matchmaking service—similar, in a sense, to Tinder, but with far different expectations.
Lagos based photographer Noma Osula uses wigs to make his models anonymous and raise questions on whether or not gender and sexuality can ever be perfectly expressed in what we wear.
By the time private accounts with curated followers became mainstream, they were old news to me. I knew many women who wore hijabs who would set their Instagram profiles to private, write “WOMEN ONLY” in their bios, and post pictures with their hair down.
Photographer Rochelle Brock is on a journey of self love and discovery.
For young women on fandom forums, the freedom to profess subversive attractions online means becoming agents of their own sexual journeys.
Photographer Lotte Reimann uncovers a racy pocket of Ebay imagery in her new series.
I spent a decade building a separate life as an A-grade dress-wearing, dick-sucking moral vagrant. Then I realized that the secrecy only served to deepen my shame.
Filmmaker and photographer Matt Lambert explores sexual pluralism in beautiful images.
I expected the clips from LGBTQ vloggers to be too earnest and saccharine, but I fell down the wormhole anyway.
Stylist Ziggy Mack-Johnson and photographer Sophia Wilson set out to challenge industry standards on relationships.
I didn’t realize at the time, that my new name would both protect and endanger me—and that my youthful attempt to rewrite my story would actually help form the person I would become.
Photographer Jake Naughton and art director Aarti Singh of Suno Labs aim to show that progress for any marginalized identity isn’t always linear in their new series "Yesterday Tomorrow Today."