As part of our Pride month series Karen Pollock looks at why pride, both as an event and an emotion, is important to LGBTQ+ people.Read more "LGBTQ+ is nothing to be ashamed of"
Karen Pollock interviews Kitty Stryker – queer sex educator, writer and activist – about her latest book, and what consent should look like from a queer, kink and sex worker-positive perspective.Read more "Moving the consent conversation forward: TQ speaks to Kitty Stryker"
Karen Pollock introduces the theme for June, Pride.Read more "June: Pride"
CN Lester’s first book has been published by Virago Press, and Karen Pollock reviews it for The Queerness.Read more "Book Review: CN Lester – Trans Like Me"
Our curator, Karen Pollock, questions the decision to cancel Sense8 on the first day of Pride month.Read more "What’s going on? Netflix chooses the first day of Pride month to cancel Sense8"
In light of yesterdays revelation that there is no separate Bi representation at Pride in London Karen takes the role of critical friend and asks what is Pride for?Read more "What is Pride in London for?"
Karen Pollock reviews the latest book by Dr Brooke Magnanti, an exciting crime thriller set in Newcastle and Scotland.Read more "Book Review: You Don’t Know Me"
Karen Pollock introduces our theme for May: SportRead more "This queer sporting life"
In light of the report into the demise of Broken Rainbow, an LGBTQ+ domestic violence charity Karen Pollock explores what is needed to support LGBTQ+ survivors.Read more "LGBTQ+ domestic abuse needs more than rainbows and hand-wringing"
As a long term Doctor Who fan Karen Pollock explores whether LGBTQ+ characters being included in the show mattersRead more "Overwhelmed by a crush; Why queer representation on Doctor Who matters"