A Single Man: Channel 4’s clothes-free body-positivity show, Naked Education, has our columnist questioning self-image in the gay community.
Jack Scollard’s new photography zine, The Horny of Plenty, invites the viewer to relive 12 months of uncurbed liberation through the eyes of an East London scene queen.
Formed in the late ‘90s from the ashes of Kathleen Hanna’s riot grrrl band Bikini Kill, the reunited trio are now enjoying TikTok virality and credit for pioneering the so-called “indie sleaze” aesthetic.
Last year, Peacock went viral after being filmed dancing in Fabric by a homophobic clubber. Now, he’s the star of the video for The Blessed Madonna’s single We Still Believe.