Guest writer Lois Shearing spells out clearly the challenges faced by the increasing number of bi people in the UK today.
Hadley considers the implications of the Daily Mail’s most recent indulgence in casual homophobia.
What does the online response to that same-sex kiss on ‘Coronation Street’ tell us about how far we have come and how far we have yet to go? Hadley discusses.
Premier League footballer Andre Gray has come under fire for homophobic tweets posted in 2012. In this piece, Hadley argues that actions speak louder than words when it comes to repentance.
It’s time for many of us to jet off on holiday to warmer climes. But what of life for LGBTQ+ people in our destinations of choice? Guest writer Hadley discusses.
Christopher Biggins’s removal from ‘Celebrity Big Brother’ and subsequent denial of biphobia show just how far we have to go when it comes to recognising and addressing our own prejudices. Guest writer Holly Matthies writes for The Queerness.
The X-Men characters are presented in more palatable heterosexual bodies but they are very much a coded narrative on two branches of queer protest and resistance. Sean O’Toole writes about why X-Men stories resonate with queer trauma, safe spaces, and survival.
Andreja Pejić was featured on the cover of ‘ES Magazine’ last week. Why was this so significant? Guest writer Hadley discusses.
In a powerful guest post Jonathan Hume reminds people that when you are poor and disabled, it’s not as simple as moving to somewhere “better”.
Guest writer Holly Mathies muses post-Orlando on #loveislove, mental health and being a bisexual woman married to a man.