Guest writer, Anthony Lorenzo, follows up on Jonathan Boniface’s piece on the Rebel Wilson furore earlier this week by explaining, from the perspective of a person of colour, why her words about Idris Elba were, in fact, offensive.
For LGBT History Month, guest writer Pamela Rani Chabba chooses her personal Queero: DJ Ritu, who created a much needed haven for British South Asian LGBTQ+ people in London
Ciera Littleford explores the option of civil partnerships being made available to opposite-sex couples.
In this incredibly powerful piece, genderqueer disabled guest writer, Becca Baker, takes aim at those that would appropriate disability for their own selfish motives.
In a guest article for The Queerness, Steve Topple gives a deeply personal account of coming out as bi and looks at the issues of bisexuality and class within the LGBTQ+ community.
What is up with the lack of queer spaces, and why are existing ones so exclusive? Ciera Littleford explores this matter further.
Following Lee Williscroft-Ferris’ piece on the Tyson Fury furore, guest writer Lewis Henshall looks at what the issue says about homophobia in the media and in society at large.
Increased transgender visibility is heralded as a “tipping point” for the transgender community, but is it helping the trans community? Aria Ehren offers her perspective.
With recent progress made for trans men and women in law and society, we risk leaving non-binary trans individuals behind. Aria Ehren examines the issues facing non-binary transgender people in the workplace and makes recommendations on inclusive policy and practice for employers.
With the release of Will Young’s Brave Man came a discussion about what it means to be a trans ally. Our guest writer ‘How Upsetting’ takes issue with the concept of allyship and asks who does it really benefit?