AT HOME WITH QUEER ICON FLAWLESS SABRINA

The den mother of NYC drag talks transgenerational kinship and why ‘normal’ is just a setting on a dryer.

STATE OF SEX: TUMBLR OF THE DAY

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Today’s State of Sex Tumblr winner is LA artist Jo Seaquist, and her photography Tumblr Art Must Die. This image is taken from the series ‘California Stars’, and featured in Girls on Film zine

Does your Tumblr evoke themes of sex, body and gender? Are you based in the US? Submit your Tumblr here, with a short description and where you are from.

TRANS IN AMERICA

The ed of indie trans mag Original Plumbing shoots a photographic portrait of what it means to be trans today.

WELCOME TO THE DOLL’S HOUSE… FOR FATALISTS

We take a glimpse into the micro apocalyptic scenes created by photographer Lorix Nix.

PORN PERFORMER OR PRIMA BALLERINA? THEY AREN’T SO DIFFERENT

How do porn laws and ballet relate? The first guest ed for State of Sex Week Stoya breaks it down with a look into the life of nineteenth century dancer Emma Livry.

STATE OF SEX: TUMBLR OF THE DAY

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The Insubordinate is a grainy flick book-like Tumblr of photos documenting a “queer man’s journey through US”, giving us an almost voyeuristic insight into his relationships and the homes of his loved ones. It is our first Tumblr winner for State of Sex week.

Based in the US? Submit your sex, body and gender-themed Tumblrs here, with a short description and where you are from.

It’s State of Sex week on Dazed!We want to see US Tumblrs which represent sex, body and gender issues in America. Send us words, art, film, photography…
Submit your Tumblr here, with a short description and whereabouts in the US you are. Good luck!

It’s State of Sex week on Dazed!

We want to see US Tumblrs which represent sex, body and gender issues in America. Send us words, art, film, photography…

Submit your Tumblr here, with a short description and whereabouts in the US you are. Good luck!

POP QUIZ: COMMON

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Chicago’s biggest rapper talks guilty pleasures, high school cliques and why he thinks true American icons come out of struggle.