Nike’s Be True Collection Aims to Support The LGBTQ+ Community

Championing inclusivity within sports, the brand hopes to help make change

Plenty of brands wave their rainbow flags during Pride, leading many to valid cynicism surrounding pinkwashing for profit. Though Nike has released their annual Be True collection for 2022—featuring an SB Dunk Low, a Cortez, an Oneonta sandal and a bunch of apparel—the athletic brand actively supports the LGBTQ+ community behind the scenes, as well. Unlike other brands, Nike does not affix charitable financial support …

Link About It: This Week’s Picks

NYC's new triennial, condoms for gender-free genitals, a portable wind turbine and more

Artsy’s Guide to New York Art Week From 5 to 12 May, over 20 international galleries, museums and art organizations will come together to present contemporary art programming across the city for the inaugural New York Art Week. With over 350 global galleries showing new and exciting works, planning an itinerary to cover everything the week has to offer can be overwhelming. That’s why Artsy …

How Curve Magazine Fostered The Past and Future of Lesbian Culture

In 1990, Franco Stevens used the money she made from betting on horse races to found Curve Magazine (previously titled Deneuve), a publication intended to help queer women feel less alone. The publication would go on to become one of the most successful lesbian magazines in the world with its first issue selling out in six days. Since then Curve has expanded into a foundation …