The problem of comparing self-promoting white people doing blackface with the millions of trans people worldwide is explored by Sam Hope.Read more "The problem comparing trans people with blackface"
For Bisexual Visibility Day, Lois Shearing explores that ways that non-bisexual people can celebrate and be better allies to the bi+ community. Today is Bisexual Visibility Day, a day dedicated to highlighting the issues faced by the bi+ community, but also celebrating our diversity and resilience. Maybe you’ve seen a few people posting about it […]Read more "How to celebrate Bi Visibility Day if you aren’t bi"
Steph Farnsworth argues that the community needs to be more accepting of different kinds of queer loveRead more "The LGBTQ+ community only cares about one kind of love"
As the Pride season ends, Karen Pollock asks why some people keep demanding they be allowed to have a “Straight pride”Read more "Straight Pride Matters?"
Guest writer Chay Brown, an activist from the National Union of Teachers, responds to the assertions that the reforms to the gender recognition act are in contradiction to the rights of others.Read more "Dear cisgender feminists, trans women are not your enemy"
Trans writer, campaigner, and mental health worker Sam Hope explores why there will always be trans people in the military, and why Trump’s tweets banning trans soldiers could signal a risk to everyone’s health.Read more "Trump is attacking trans people and healthcare with one stone"
Transport for London’s decision to introduce more inclusive language has provoked outrage – and not just from those you might expect. Lee Williscroft-Ferris takes issue with selfish cis gay men.Read more "Selfish cis gay men: The stubborn stain on our community"
In light of the report into the demise of Broken Rainbow, an LGBTQ+ domestic violence charity Karen Pollock explores what is needed to support LGBTQ+ survivors.Read more "LGBTQ+ domestic abuse needs more than rainbows and hand-wringing"
The Queerness responds to Donald Trump’s election win and Brexit, and discuss what it means for LGBTQ+ rights and where we go from here.Read more "The Queerness responds to the US elections"
In this multi-part series, Michael Paramo explores some of the intersections between queer people of color and the criminal justice system. Part one focuses on the classification and incarceration of queer people of color.Read more "Queer people of color & criminal (in)justice, Part 1: classification and incarceration"