On the Cover: Carina Nebula and the eye-roll that comes with another year, another day waking up on the wrong side of the bed.
Bad at small-talk, Alok Vaid-Menon tells us about why growing up is harsh.
Glitch girl: Performer Monica Mirabile of FlucT. Read our interview with Monica in full.
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This week in ACAB: riots break out in Algiers over soccer team's win, police raid Kempton Park in South Africa to shake down Nigerian residents, 65 people in the US have been killed by police so far.
For the last year I’ve been in pain. A condition I had when I was younger and thought was gone returned. I find myself again hostage to the time and labor of pain management.
Fight stress and feel powerful with this satisfying, easy to make soup that'll build you up instead of breaking you down.
Exclusive New Mix from Oscar Nñ of the Papi Juice Crew joins forces with the powerpuff girls to fight evil.
Philly head Sommelier releases a polyrhythm workout track “Sour”, don’t sleep on their new album set to drop this week with Sweat Equity.
In a matter of ten days, Leigh Barton quit her job and then her boyfriend. Then she realized she wasn’t going let herself be ruined by her shitty boyfriend and an even shittier job.
A visit from an old friend reminds me that activist burn-out took the fight out of me.
Natasha Young on the fond but incestuous smallness of Montreal, and editing yourself DIY-style.
“One way to fall in love is by paying attention, and so Carol is also a catalog of things one pays attentions to when in love.”
French authorities have told migrants living in the Calais refugee camp to move into another camp with “better conditions”, but many of the migrants have refused, claiming the new camp looks like a detention center.
This new zine hypes art, writing, and struggle of trans prisoners and marks the first annual International Trans Prisoner Day of Action and Solidarity.
Every year, we make resolutions to better ourselves, and without fail, we backslide on them within a few months, weeks, days … but not this year!
OCHOBOYZ drop “Ghetto Hero” Transnational brown girl group serve attitude and silliness with new music video
Clogged pores don't have to put your world on pause. A DIY clay mask and the confidence of your friends can help keep your chin up.
Even a job you hate gives you somewhere to be, but what happens you finally leave?
Johanna Hedva lives with chronic illness and their Sick Woman Theory is for those who were never meant to survive but did. Their fellow spoonies.
Five times major award ceremonies were snubbed: We did some digging to see who hasn’t been so into the red carpet march in the past.
Paint The Town Red Four paint jobs to inspire deviance, and let 'em know we won't go without a fight.
When one police officer is attacked, the whole world has to burn. This week's stories of police brutality come from Germany, Azerbaijan, Kashmir, and the US.
PRINT your REALITY takes you to the dark side of 3D with the Browntourage crew and Iranian artist Morehshian Allahyari.
In a tame sense, the road is easier than home or at work because you have final destinations and soft deadlines.
If, like these horoscopes, you’ve hibernated through the first week of the year, congratulations! You’ve already survived the hardest aspects of this month.
In Brazil, a cop was caught on camera pointing his gun at a high school student protesting the privatization of education.
This month, we’re tipping our hats to Kc Itohan, Hira Mahmood, and Messiah Rhodes. These three badasses are giving us the lowdown on what they’re reading, their sartorial signatures, and their beauty regimes.
A new podcast was launched this month by Morgan M Page focuses on the dirt and gossip of trans history.
The faulty logic of dreams fulfilled by hard work gets kicked to the curb, once and for all.
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