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.
UK producer and director, Joe Cohen, is crowdfunding The Boy From Mushin, a feature-length documentary telling the story of Bisi Alimi, a man who risked everything by coming out live on TV in his native Nigeria.
In a very personal piece, Lee Williscroft-Ferris discusses growing up gay in the 80s and 90s.
As part of our Queeroes series to mark LGBT History Month, Lee Williscroft-Ferris explains why the members of Lesbians & Gays Support The Miners are an personal inspiration to him.
Peter Tatchell polarises opinion like no other human rights activist. TQ curators, Stephanie Farnsworth and Lee Williscroft-Ferris go head-to-head in this first ‘Queerbate’.
South London-based mental health in arts charity, CoolTan Arts, are staging two exciting events to mark LGBT History Month. Find out more here.
Totaljobs are conducting research on the challenges faced by trans employees in 2016 Britain. Lee Williscroft-Ferris gives more detail.
February is LGBT History Month in the UK. Lee Williscroft-Ferris explains how we intend to mark the month here at The Queerness.
CN Lester is a trans activist, musician, teacher, academic and author. They took time out in their typically hectic schedule to talk to Lee Williscroft-Ferris about a very exciting new project, as well as the ongoing battle for trans equality.
Why does the idea of gay men having sex freak so many people out? Lee Williscroft-Ferris discusses the issue of social desexualisation.