In this deeply personal article, a guest writer and survivor of sexual violence objects to the appropriation of sexual assault to deny trans people their basic human rights.
In his latest guest post for The Queerness, Steve Topple discusses them minefield that is dating as a bisexual man.
Guest writer, Hadley, discusses the ramifications of a controversial decision by a Paris tribunal in a case of homophobic language in the workplace.
In the wake of the Channel 4 show, What Muslims Really Think, we look behind Islamophobic headlines and scaremongering, with a first person account of growing up gay and Muslim in the UK by Hannah Noor, a gay British Muslim woman.
In this guest post for The Queerness, a reader contributes their experience of being a non-monogamous bisexual person and navigating what that means for them.
Steve Topple returns to The Queerness to vent his spleen about Loose Women and their ‘debate’ on bisexuality.
Virna Gvero went along to MEP and was bowled over by a retrospective on French photographer Bettina Rheims’ work, including her oeuvres challenging binary gender norms.
Guest writer, Anthony Lorenzo, follows up on Jon B’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.