Multi-disciplinary creative Furmaan Ahmed chats about the compelling pull of the futuristic and balancing the world as it is and the world as they imagine it in their art.
Queer Muslim drag queen Val Qaeda discusses representing the underrepresented, navigating traditional drag spaces and how humour makes her act.
After helming one of the most influential LGBTQ+ club nights, Sink the Pink, for fourteen years, Glyn Fussell tries his hand as a wordsmith with his Manifesto for Misfits - a rebel’s anti-rulebook about leaping headfirst into your wildest fears.
Multi-disciplinary artist Haus of Darkwah talks about fostering community through education, the inspiration they're finding in others and their new allyship campaign.
Sex and body positivity advocate and author Ruby Rare chats about her new podcast, her changing thoughts on sex positivity and her journey to bodily acceptance.
Notion meets Scarlett Snow, the creator of the LGBTQ+ performance project, Honey Burlesque, to chat about the queer community, the changing meaning of safe spaces, and true queer inclusion.
Notion sat down with Yasmin Benoit, an award-winning British asexual activist and model, to discuss her moves to increase ace visibility throughout society and how she fights stereotypes.
Makeup influencer Jacinda Pender, aka @adultsdrink, chats with Notion about their/her creative journey, what beauty means to them/her and how, as a social media star, they/she experience the best of both worlds.
Notion chats to self-proclaimed ‘themme fatale’, TikTok trend-sation and all-round hypnotic human being, Tyreece Nye, about their journey so far, winning Slag Wars, and their plans for world domination.
Ellis Atlantis - drag queen, social media sensation and BBC's Glow Up Season 1 winner - catches up with Notion about what it was like appearing on the show, his career highlight so far, and how he got into makeup.
Meet multi-disciplinary Canadian artist, Vivek Shraya, who has arguably perfected the art of storytelling through her work.
Dani St. James’ Not A Phase is an unstoppable charity making sure UK trans+ communities don’t slip through the cracks. We get to know her better.
Women in CTRL, founded by music industry maverick Nadia Khan, is here to push forward gender equality in the sector.