Noah Rue our newest international guest writer discusses how the overturning of Roe v. Wade can affect the queer community in the U.S as well as its global implications and how the U.K. queer community can show up and help fight against the warped logic of the far right to protect the right to legal and safe abortions everywhere.
Lois Shearing discusses the often hostile discourse around bisexuality, opposite sex relationships and the unfair bias the communities we all exist within, often promote or demonstrate.
The Queerness talks to Ella Watts, the director and producer of the hit BBC Sounds audio drama: Doctor Who Redacted.
The Queerness Editor comments on the recent news coming out of the US: The Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe vs Wade.
As part of our pride month series celebrating Queer fiction, we turn to audio fiction. We publish this as Cleo finally meets The Doctor in the finale of this ten part audio drama written by Juno Dawson currently streaming on BBC Sounds.
As part of our pride month series on celebrating queer fiction; we give a quick review of Heartstopper, the latest in queer teen romance to hit the netflix binge screen.
Joint editor Annette Pryce discusses the latest episode of Doctor Who. A very personal review of where we now exist in this cultural shift and its significance for Gen X viewers so used to never quite getting what they need from mainstream media.
Guest writer, Peter Minkoff, tackles the topic of LGBTQ+ business leadership.
With the lingering subtext now all out in the open for everyone to see, joint editor Annette Pryce gives a heartfelt response to The Eve of the Daleks episode of Doctor Who and the ongoing saga between the 13th Doctor and her female companion Yasmin Kahn.
In this incredibly personal piece, guest writer Junior Maxwell talks about his ongoing journey from chemsex addiction to sobriety.