When a post appeared on a message board in 2012, it sent a small corner of the internet spiralling into a conspiracy of whistleblowers, dead man’s switches and NSA surveillance. Eight years on, and Cicada 3301 has become a story of obsession, paranoia and, most improbably, community.
Formed 30 years ago this month, OutRage! mounted a sustained campaign to improve the rights and freedoms of the queer community. Here’s how they did it.
For some LGBTQ young people, lockdown means being separated from the ones who understand and support them most.
In light of the Japan Olympics being postponed until 2021, UK climbing athlete Coxsey shares her at-home routine for staying motivated.
The biggest weed myths according to a Cannabis scientist, the future of weed according to a Cannabis lifestyle brand and the worst weed experience according to a stoner...
Having sex six feet apart isn’t easy, but eye fucking could be the answer to help you bridge that gap.
Shagging, wanking, getting off, getting on, listening to erotica, necking vodka, PornHub, dicks, knobs, tits and a bit of foreplay. How’s your love life looking during lockdown?
Global lockdowns are seeing the forced return of shared experiences. For hyper-personalised astrology apps, this is causing more chaos than mercury in retrograde.
Every crisis brings opportunity, and with nowhere to run, home workouts are presenting fitness professionals with a rare opening in uncertain times. For most, however, this is about something greater than money.
From Far Cry 2 to World of Warcraft, what can we learn from virtual epidemics in a time of coronavirus?
Months from now, voters will be able to pick from at least 730 openly LGBTQ politicians at the ballot box – the most in American history.
Wisdom from a Buddhist, an astronaut, a man who lived in the Australian outback and a man who worked on a research station in Antarctica.
Devlin Wylde is a leading erotic hypnotist whose 30-minute tales of werewolf gangbangs and tentacle bath tub sex will supposedly make you cum again-and-again-and-again.
What is it like to play in a world designed for hundreds to inhabit at once, when it is now almost completely unpopulated?
Meet the mega-brain engineers, clinicians, students and manufacturers from Oxford University and King’s College who have built a machine that could be key to the battle against COVID-19.
For the past six weeks, a British travel writer has been exploring the remote islands of the South Pacific. Then, COVID-19 went global. Here, she describes what the virus means for the world’s most isolated populations.
On the mat with Newham’s Ascension Eagles, last featured in The Face back in 2003.
Volume 4 Issue 003: We went scouting about in Milky Button Park, south Manchester to find out why.
Will AJ’s fists of fury beat Tyson Fury? “Hundred per cent. Hundred per cent.” You heard it from the horse’s mouth.
Within 10 years, DJs will be replaced by them, we’ll use them to speak to one another, and they might even take our jobs. What does the near future hold for holograms?
Coming to a feed near you: kooky hydrocolloid patches that will perfect, polish and pimp up your pimples while accelerating healing time. But do they really work?
Volume 4 Issue 003: From being a sport “quite unsuitable for females” to one played by 2.6 million women in England alone, football is finally kicking out the gender crap.
Volume 4 Issue 003: Totter up to Tottenham for a night at Adonis.