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Gender Euphoria didn’t just connect us with the audience – it allowed people to connect to their own self.

It’s a visual example of how old and new can bond together to create something cohesive and beautiful in even the most challenging circumstances.

Welcome to our fashion-editorial rebellion: one without designer labels or advertisers, turning the spotlight instead on drag queens in head-to-toe self-styled looks that will make your jaw drop.

“Nothing about gender identity is fixed,” Ohlert writes. “Its development is often a fluid process, changing throughout a lifetime.

I feel like the non-binary gaze is so different. It is fluid and it understands. I hope that people feel not alone with my work.

There’s no immediate salve for the lingering loneliness, the hard-earned loneliness, the ping-ponging loneliness that’s always served back.

The countdown is on to the official launch of PayPal Melbourne Fashion Festival 2022 and to Archer’s panel on queer aesthetics and self expression!

Dave Swindells has been photographing London’s nightlife since the early 1980s, showcasing the brilliant diversity of the club scene and its larger-than-life cast of characters.

Here’s a top 10 list of our editors’ picks for 2021, celebrating some of the incredible articles written by our contributors.

Asexuality normalises the breadth and depth of sexual and romantic possibility, acknowledging the ways that desire is complex and individual.

Sex is a big part of non-monogamy, sure, but it’s not the only part. Connection can be so much more than physical.

We are excited to announce the next print issue of Archer Magazine – the DISABILITIES issue.

Image: Isis Holt by Jade Florence   Welcome to Archer Magazine issue #16. Come help us celebrate the DISABILITIES issue in MELBOURNE or ONLINE. Issue #16 will be Archer Magazine’s first-ever disability issue! Edited by Roz Bellamy and Jasper Peach, this print magazine edition will curate stories, images and art about sex, gender and identity …

Joanne Leah is a German-born artist based in Brooklyn NYC. Her photographic works combine sexually charged images of colourful surrealism rife with Jungian symbology. She draws inspiration from her childhood memories and how they have affected her adulthood to depict humankind’s repetitious relationship with our bodies, and our continual want to escape. For Archer Magazine …

Taz Clay, a 22-year-old Kalkadoon and Bwgcolman brotherboy, has made waves by using his lived experience of homelessness and queerness to advocate for better living conditions of those navigating LGBT+ healthcare, out-of-home care and alcohol and other drugs support over the last five years. An unrelenting activist for sistergirl and brotherboy suicide prevention and child …

Welcome to Archer Magazine: the FRIENDSHIP issue. BUY ARCHER MAGAZINE #15 HERE! “Friendships are beautiful, complicated, sustaining, lifelong, fleeting. They can be sexual. They can be found in unlikely places, be forged with unlikely people, flourish in unlikely circumstances. They can be entirely predictable. They can be a replacement for a partner, or a family. …

I want to tell you something about being quiet. I want to tell you about the four weeks I spent at an artist residency in rural Finland. I want to tell you about the forest and the lakes and the summer evenings when the sky went a different shade of blue but never darkened. About …

Welcome to Archer Magazine: the GROWING UP issue. BUY ARCHER MAGAZINE #14 HERE! “Growing up isn’t just about popping pimples and trying new things. Growing up is about finding a better world, confronting the realities of life and realising the people in power are incompetent. Growing up is about disappointment, guilt, community, love, and recognising privilege and systematic …

At Archer, we pride ourselves on having such diverse readers. We’re so grateful to you for your dedication and love. We want you to know that you are a huge part of our survival. Another part of our survival involves partnering with like-minded brands and organisations that cater for diverse identities. To ensure that our …

Support inclusive media. Support Archer Magazine. We missed out on arts funding for this six-month period, and we need financial help to keep going.  Archer Magazine is a print and digital publication curating lesser-heard voices on topics around sex, gender and identity. Since launching back in 2013, we’ve printed 13 magazines, published more than 500 artists, and won …

Welcome to Archer Magazine: the FIRST NATIONS issue. Edited by Bridget Caldwell-Bright and Maddee Clark. BUY ISSUE #13 HERE  or BUY THE DIGITAL VERSION! Cover image: Laniyuk by Toz Withall Featuring words by: Andrew Farrell, Indiah Money, Kai Clancy, Laniyuk, Rose Chalks, SJ Norman, Timmah Ball, Tré Turner, William Cooper And images by: Moorina Bonini, William Cooper, Ebony Daniels, Edwina Green, Morgan Hickinbotham, Jacinta Keefe, Ricardo Martinez-Roa, Daniel McDonald, Hailey …

We’ve made it to the end of 2019 already. How did that happen?! We’ve published some really great pieces this year, and we’ve seen some of our old favourites maintain their popularity. To celebrate the end of 2019, we’re sharing with you some of our editors’ picks: a combination of our most-read pieces of 2019, …

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