Pride in London have, once again, proven themselves incapable of intersectional vision. Lee Williscroft-Ferris discusses the implications.
An openly gay Prime Minister in Ireland should be a cause for celebration. Lee Williscroft-Ferris looks at Leo Varadkar’s dubious record and suggests otherwise.
Lee Williscroft-Ferris reviews ‘Come Home’, the new album by leading trans activist and artist, CN Lester.
Lee Williscroft-Ferris catches up with Edward Payne about his new book, Mr Impossible.
Some would have LGBTQ+ people believe that Trump’s ‘Muslim Ban’ is good for their safety. Lee Williscroft-Ferris takes issue.
Last weekend’s public displays of resistance against the rise of right-wing populism were heartening but Lee Williscroft-Ferris argues that more sustained action is necessary.
As the LGBTQ+ community absorbs the news that George Michael has died, Lee Williscroft-Ferris considers his vital legacy.
Following Karen Pollock’s controversial piece on ‘straight queerness’, Lee Williscroft-Ferris evaluates the queer credentials of his music idol, Björk.
Lee Williscroft-Ferris wonders whether he is the only person left feeling cold by GT’s footage of ‘straight men’ kissing other men.
Surely, the ruling that the NHS can fund the distribution of PrEP can only be seen as a positive development? Apparently not. Lee Williscroft-Ferris is troubled by some of the reactions to this historic decision.