From sex work and sordid confessionals, to contemporary art and cult comics: we round up the most boundary-breaking independent publications.
Author Katharine Gates explores the lives of Sploshers, Crushers, Balloonatics, Pony Players, Feeders & Gainers, and Adult Babies in the newly republished Deviant Desires.
Artist and activist Kate Davis has been campaigning against the rise of sex dolls since 2015, exploring their development in her eerie new series, Logging On To Love.
In their bold weekly recordings, Krystyna Hutchinson and Corinne Fisher tackle the subject of sexuality; from fetishes and taboos to abuse and harassment.
Photographer and dancer Sergey Melnitchenko goes backstage at a nameless Chengdu city nightclub in his Behind The Scenes photo series.
Polly Borland’s iconic ‘90s photo series, The Babies, explores one of the world’s most maligned and marginalised sexual fetishes.
Branded a ‘wrecker of civilisation’ by the establishment, Cosey Fanni Tutti is a creative force who ripped up the rules in the realms of sex, music and art. Now the rest of the world is finally catching up to her.
Photographer Marc Vallée spent two years collaborating with Thierry, documenting the personal and the political of the young sex worker's life.
Max Eicke spent three years photographing dominatrixes, building up enough trust to dig beneath the surface of stereotypes, masks and roles.
When the Huffington Post decided to included kinksters in their definition of queer they disrespected a community that has been involuntarily fetishised for years.
Progressive porn is taking off and it’s proudly freaky, ethical and queer. But new legislation threatens to whitewash the industry just as things are heating up.
In '(no kissing)', Dominic Myatt turns the ads in one of the kinkiest corners of the internet into saucy drawings.