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Privacy and Perception Issue

Photos of Young Brazilians Capturing Themselves on Social Media

Photographer Larissa Zaidan took portraits of men and woman on Instagram and off
Larissa Zaidan
7.12.18
Privacy and Perception Issue

These Photos Explore the Multiple Identities We Have Online and Off

Laurence Philomene used friends to express versions of their self through portraiture
Laurence Philomène
7.12.18
Privacy and Perception Issue

As a Sex Worker With a Chronic Illness, FOSTA Means Losing My Medical Care

In a nation lacking universal healthcare, recent legislation effectively cut a thread by which many disabled people climbed out of poverty.
Zia Moon
7.12.18
deepfakes

Deepfakes Were Created as a Way to Own Women's Bodies – We Can't Forget That

When Redditors started using AI to attach celebrities' faces to porn performers' bodies, the media reaction focused on the implications for potential political hoaxes, but we need to focus on the women they harmed.
Samantha Cole
7.12.18
Privacy and Perception Issue

Photos of How a Relationship Plays Out on Cellphones

Photographer Res was surprised when their phone began playing a large part in their relationship. They document the process here.
Res
7.12.18
Privacy and Perception Issue

The Affirming – But Bittersweet – Experience of Watching YouTube Coming-Out Videos

I expected the clips from LGBTQ vloggers to be too earnest and saccharine, but I fell down the wormhole anyway.
Amelia Abraham
7.12.18
Privacy and Perception Issue

Photographer Re-Discovers Her Mexican American Heritage

Photographer Cristina Bartley unpacks the layers of her identity on this photo series exploring Latin American rituals, womanhood and performativity.
Cristina Bartley Dominguez
7.12.18
Privacy and Perception Issue

Images Exploring What It's Like to Be Part of India's Queer Community

Photographer Jake Naughton and Art Director Aarti Singh of Suno Labs depict more complex narratives about India
Jake Naughton
Aarti Singh
7.12.18
Privacy and Perception Issue

Photos that Show How Real Life Isn't Always What It Seems

Photographer Signe Pierce Uses her body and photography to demonstrate how anything can be manipulated
Signe Pierce
7.12.18
Privacy and Perception Issue

Photographs Exploring Intimacy and Vulnerability in Latinx Culture

Panamanian Photographer Lorena Endara spends time on Lorena Street in Los Angeles through a single year capturing why it's been a destination for the Latinx community
Lorena Endara
7.12.18
Privacy and Perception Issue

Portraits of People with Their First Online Avatars

Photographer Chris Bethell captured a lot of Neopets
Chris Bethell
7.12.18
Privacy and Perception Issue

Photos That Show The Secret Side of Being an Influencer

Artist and "influencer" Glenda Lisette likes to play with self-portraiture and offers a critical view of how it's used in social media and branding
Glenda Lissette
7.12.18