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.
As part of our ‘All roads lead to…’ theme this month, Lee Williscroft-Ferris explains why he’s perfectly happy with life as a ‘rural gay’.
Pride in London’s decision to allow the RAF to stage a fly-past at this year’s event has caused consternation in some quarters. Lee Williscroft-Ferris gives his view on the need for less drama and more insight.
PayPal is willing to place paramount importance on the safety of its LGBTQ+ staff in a state that puts their livelihoods – and lives – at risk. Lee Williscroft-Ferris praises their moral stance.
Following our preview of the excellent Poshida, and its debut at BFI Flare, Lee Williscroft-Ferris chats to Faizan Fiaz, the creative force behind the documentary.
It’s almost time for the BFI Flare Film Festival. Lee Williscroft-Ferris sits down to watch Poshida, a documentary by British-Pakistani filmmaker, Faizan Fiaz, which depicts the grim realities of everyday life for LGBT people in the South Asian nation.