Stories about: identity
Mo’Ju has amassed critical, commercial and cultural influence. Their latest album Oro, Plata, Mata was released in March 2023.
I grew up as two things: a closeted queer and a closeted Justin Bieber fan. Just like any other girl in my year seven English class, I was writing ‘JB’ over and over again in my notebooks with big love hearts. I couldn’t care less if Justin Bieber had a girlfriend, or if the paparazzi …
Cry Club are not interested in doing anything other than chasing joy. They refuse to limit themselves, or be reduced to one genre or box. It’s an inherently queer philosophy.
Uboa and Liturgy’s music acknowledges the trans rage of disempowerment, and how unleashing that rage can create a sense of self-affirmation.
Finding people who honor your full self is not easy, but when you do, you have begun relearning love, you have found chosen family.
As 2022 comes to a close, we can’t help but get reflective and sentimental – cue the smiling single tear emoji – about all the wonderful articles we’ve edited this year.
From trans sex to bisexual pride, here are our most read online pieces of 2022.
Being bisexual, just like being a blakfulla, became a solid constant of my identity. Unshakable and unquestionable by those outside of myself.
Even today, decades after September 11 kicked off the profiling of Middle Easterners in the Western world, I question if I have the ‘unsafe’ kind of brown skin.
Delsi Cat shares her top tips for cultivating bisexual pride and celebrating your bi+ identity.
I came out almost 40 years ago. Bearing witness to the courage of queer folk has been a constant and abiding feature of my life.
From the very beginning, The Dreamlife of Georgie Stone offers warmly murmured answers to all the whataboutisms that pepper discourse around trans children.
As a Deaf person, movement is such a huge part of my life. I guess I’ve needed to explore more about how dance is connected to Deafness, and how dance is connected to body language.
I draw parallels between being agnostic and agender: both are non-binary. I feel my agnosticism is my non-binary nature manifest spiritually.
We need employers to make workplaces genuinely safe, warm, and welcoming for all.
We might recognise this as compulsory heterosexuality. I knew it was not exactly what was expected of me, to be warm in the hush of her bed.
For Non-Binary People’s Day, we wanted to round up some of the pieces from over the years by the non-binary writers in our Archer community.
The way the Batik is tied onto each individual is rooted in tradition, like what you may see in the villages of Malaysia.
I had ideas that liberation was possible, but I never felt truly comfortable with my body until I started taking pictures of other fat bodies.
My characters are genderless, stunning creatures. They are not afraid to talk about what really needs to be talked about.
I don’t need labels to remind me of that, or to tell others who I am. Don’t stick one on me. It will slide right off.
It became apparent why the way women’s sport is participated in and played resonates so deeply with me: it is so critically important.