The news that the Bishop of Grantham is gay, and in a celibate relationship, prompts Karen Pollock to ask why the Church of England puts the feelings of homophobes above those of LGBTQ+ Christians.
This August the Queerness is looking at bodies, and the queer communities often difficult relationship with them
As part of our July theme “Talkin ’bout my generation”, Karen Pollock explores why so many of the big names of LGBTQ+ activism seem resistant to change and new ideas.
Karen Pollock explores the themes behind The Duke of Burgundy, a story of love, betrayal and how far we will go to please a love
This July we want to start a conversation about age, ageing, youth and the generation gap
As part of our All roads lead to…series Karen Pollock writes of their personal experiences of being told London was the place to be.
In light of the events in Orlando, Karen Pollock personally responds to the ideas of blame, responsibility and how we should respond.
Karen Pollock discusses how for many survivors of child abuse, the fact they are LGBTQ+ impacts on how they are treated, and their ability to heal.
Throughout June, we want to talk about what’s going on outside of London for LGBTQ+ people in the UK, and ask, do all queer roads actually lead to London?
As the world marks IDAHOT Karen Pollock explores what being an ally actually means, in a world where so often its used as a term of abuse or derision