Guest writer and Biblical scholar, Jo Henderson-Merrygold, takes a look at the stated reasons behind Tim Farron’s resignation as Liberal Democrat leader.
Guest writer, Emily Jessica Turner, visits Bournemouth’s Russell Cotes Art Gallery and Museum’s current exhibition, ‘Refracted’ to see how the LGBTQ+ community is coming together to explore its heritage.
Guest writer Stefan Simonovic explores same sex-marriage around the world looking at how far we have come in the mission towards full equality.
A guest writer, Gareth Davies explores how rejecting fixed ideas about what sport should look like, intertwine with a rejection of other fixed identity norms.
A guest writer explains why accusations of privilege levelled at assigned female at birth non binary people are rooted in misogyny and transphobia. This writer has asked to remain anonymous.
Guest writer, Hadley Stewart, examines the situation of LGBTQ+ journalism.
For Gaming Month, Kath Rella explores the complexities behind one of Dragon Age’s most infamous characters: Sera. Sera; a polarising presence in Bioware’s Dragon Age: Inquisition. The lesbian anti-elf is rude, crude and thoroughly argumentative. […]
Due to the content of this post, the writer has request anonymity to be able to safely reveal the struggle of working for an organisation that aids transphobia.
For this month’s theme, guest writer Sarah Ellis explores the much beloved Dungeon’s and Dragon’s game.
As part of our February theme of ‘faith’, guest writer, Catherine Baker, describes her experiences at St Paul’s Girls’ School and comments on their introduction of a gender identity policy.