Resources for Humanity: An Open Source Spreadsheet

It's a very sad time for our communities right now. I am so proud of those in this country who are storming the streets and showing the world how Donald Trump does not represent us in any way. His values are not our values. We will continue to fight,... Read More

Photos from Posture Pride

On Saturday, June 25th, Posture hosted a successful Pride event on the rooftop bar of the Wythe Hotel in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. DJs Ushka and LSDXOXO carried us through the evening, and guests were welcomed by our amazing hosts Rify Royalty, Charlen... Read More

Posture announces residency with Wayward Wild

Below is a letter published by the Editor-in-Chief of Posture, Winter Mendelson, that was released to our subscribers on October 18, 2016. To be the first to hear about announcements, issue releases, and upcoming events please subscribe to our mailin... Read More

I’m With Them: Fashioning the Debates

This feature is the debut of a new bi-monthly style series created by our Fashion Editor, Phil Gomez, that brings together queer personalities with current topics. Given the incredibly tense climate of the current election, this week we are inspired ... Read More
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The Morlocks: Heroes From The Underground

  The Myth Becomes Us By: Tom Barranca “As a child, I remember there was a time when I thought having super-powers was a possibility. Even now in my adulthood (a term I use lightly), I occasionally find myself in a moment of pure laziness, at... Read More
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The Must-See Films of the 2016 New York Film Festival

Established in 1963, The Film Society of Lincoln Center’s annual New York Film Festival has remained true to its dedicated mission of showcasing some of the finest films from around the world, while also drawing on the rich cultural offerings of New ... Read More

Exploring Queer Technologies with Artist Zach Blas

In a hetero-normative world, even things that first appear to operate outside of the limits of gender and sexuality, like technology, are often created within the traditional boundaries of sexual politics. Upon realizing technology was heteronormativ... Read More
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The Trouble with Strong Women

Because strong women are often considered lowbrow spectacles relegated to freak shows and bodybuilding championships that take place in rented-out hotel ballrooms, I’m inclined to look for us in highbrow places, particularly in art. It’s a hunger for... Read More