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.
Guest writer Caitlin Logan shares her thoughts and feelings on AfterEllen’s worrying proximity to anti-trans politics.
In the latest piece on the Julie Bindel controversy, guest writer and trans woman, Debbie Hayton, explains why she believes Bindel should be given a platform.
Guest writer, Lewis Henshall, looks at last week’s political events through the lens of his and other LGBTQ+ people’s personal experiences.
In a personal post guest writer Kimberley Hills explores how the musican Halsey inspires her as a bi woman of colour
Guest writer Ell M. responds to Stephanie Farnsworth’s recent article critiquing LGBTQ+ representation on ‘Supergirl’.