When Kelindah Schuster entered the Brooklyn drag scene, the idea of someone assigned female at birth performing high femme drag was controversial.
Debauchery (and a Little Detox) at an Underground Brooklyn Bathhouse Rave
At the new rave series Steamroom, revelers sweat it out, literally, as they get down and get it on.
The Satanic Abortion Clinic That’s Pissed Off Pretty Much Everyone...and Might Beat the Bans Anyway
At first glance, The Satanic Temple’s new telehealth venture seems like a social experiment in trolling.
Taxidermy and Drag Culture Collide at Wunderkammer
Scenes from an evening of ‘telling stories with skin and bodies' at an annual competition at the Bell House.
How a Taxidermist Spends Sundays
Growing up in a cramped Miami apartment, Divya Anantharaman would spend hours perched by the kitchen window, gazing at the birds passing by.
Will Harvard’s New Bionic Vaginas Revolutionise Women’s Health?
Medical conditions affecting people with vulvas are notoriously understudied, but new developments in the field suggests this might be changing.
Why Are We Still So Obsessed With Smoking?
As heavy drinking and snorting lines are increasingly falling out of fashion, why are vapes suddenly in vogue?
Will the Climate Crisis Affect Our Sex Lives?
As extreme heatwaves are predicted to become the norm in the UK, our sex lives are set to undergo a radical transformation.
Business and Public Health Go Hand in Hand
Health has become a blindspot to companies and investors. What can they gain by assessing their health impacts?
Great Minds Don’t Think Alike
While there have been large movements championing racial and gender equality in the workplace, when it comes to neurodiversity, there is still a long way to go.
A Summer of Illegal Raves Predicted as Clubs Remain Closed
With nightclub venues still closed, experts are predicting a summer of illegal raves, perhaps reaching the levels of 1989.
Clubbing under Quarantine: Can Raving Go Digital?
DJs and party organisers around the world have been finding ways to recreate raving online. But will this ever come close to the real thing?
Intimacy in Isolation
Pornceptual has launched a new project, Isolation Porn: Sex, Self-pleasure and Fetish during Social Isolation, documenting how quarantine is affecting our sex lives.
The Rise of Climate Superpop
The conflation of relationships with climate anxiety is a common trope of climate pop music.
Coming To Town: Jessy Lanza
The Candian-born singer and producer on anger, anxiety and family.
Sounds of Berlin #2
Berlin is a city overflowing with musical talent of every genre, from sheeny alt-pop to avant-garde noisecore and everything in between.