While the cost of simply existing spirals out of control, the richest people in the country are lining their pockets through disaster capitalism. Class war? This is just the declaration.
A newly-published paper, Berghain: Space, Affect and Sexual Disorientation, examines how nightlife can shape our sexualities. Simon Doherty speaks to its researcher to find out more.
As part of our week-long Cost of Living series, we spoke to university students about how they’re coping with the current economic crisis.
Disproportionate homelessness, wider pay gaps and the loss of liberating nightlife spaces as clubs close at record levels: charities and campaigners tell us of the potential impact on queer people.
As low income households struggle to pay for the essentials, online fundraising platforms like GoFundMe and JustGiving are seeing a significant spike in pages dedicated to household bills instead of charity bike rides.
As the UK creeps into a recession creeps, sexism could be another side-effect of the economic crisis.
We’re running a week-long look at the economic crisis, what’s happening and how it’s affecting you.
THE FACE spoke to Symon Hill, who was arrested for asking, “Who elected him?” at King Charles III’s proclamation.
People are being arrested and berated online for anti-monarchy statements. Why does i feel less like a mourning period and more like an order of forced compliance?
The internet is once again debating whether Styles is “queerbaiting”, but the polarised discourse is full of contradictions. Is it holding back progress?
Wade through the small print and her proposed policy actually seems more progressive than perhaps she’d like to admit. Are the Tories quietly ending the war on drugs?
Self-professed “alphas” like Andrew Tate are racking up millions of views on the platform, as they dish out the worst dating advice, like, ever, while wearing terrible suits. Don’t listen to any of it.
Millennials were traumatised by the likes of Formspring, Ask.fm and Yik Yak. Now Gen Z has Ngl.link, the latest anon-user app. Could this one actually go the distance?
Over half of Gen Z now have a second source of income, with online pursuits like dropshipping and UGC booming as options for making a quick, life-saving buck. But what exactly are they? And where do we sign up?
Pop in, and pop a pill. Newly opened in the Netherlands, De XTC Winklen envisions a post-prohibition world where MDMA is sold in pharmacy-style shops.
This year, the celebration returned to Britain for the first time in a decade. Here’s why this group is pushing against detainment and reclaiming the idea of “madness”.
It’s finally happened. Boris Johnson has resigned as PM, prompted by over 50 MPs handing in their notices within 48 hours. What happens next? We’ve got a few ideas...
Women who are raped are deserving of an abortion if they want one. But so are the women who have casual sex with multiple partners without protection, says Beth Ashley.
From frequent immigration raids to the failed Rwanda flight, not a day goes by without gut-wrenching news about the UK’s asylum and immigration system. Here’s how you can play your part to resist.
As the gifted footballer – the game’s first real influencer – leaves Manchester United as a free agent, we look back at his troubled spell in the club.
Unionising in America is a battle, but it’s even harder when you’re up against Jeff Bezos. In April, Chris Smalls made history when he led workers in Staten Island to vote to form the country’s first Amazon union.
UK cities are changing and social housing is disappearing from their skylines in the name of regeneration. Author Nabil Al-Kinani has published a radical manual for estates to buy their blocks and preserve the ends.
For too long, the World Wide Web has been shaped by tech capitalists in California. A non-toxic, ad-free digital world is possible – but how do we get there?
President Emmanuel Macron beat far-right leader Marine Le Pen at this weekend’s elections, but for many within the Muslim community, the choice felt like voting for the lesser of two evils.