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.
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.
Pride in London’s decision to allow the RAF to stage a fly-past at this year’s event has caused consternation in some quarters. Lee Williscroft-Ferris gives his view on the need for less drama and more insight.
Diversity: a word so often banded about in LGBTQ+ circles. But what does it mean in reality for less ‘visible’ members of our community? Juno Roche discusses.
Can the LGBTQ+ pride flag ever be non-political, and should Eurovision even try to insist that it is? In her latest blog Karen Pollock discusses the issue of asking for ‘non-political flags only’ at this year’s Eurovision.
For many LGBTQ+ people life outside the cities is anything but a rural idyll.
As part of our Queeroes series to mark LGBT History Month, Lee Williscroft-Ferris explains why the members of Lesbians & Gays Support The Miners are an personal inspiration to him.
A pioneering project seeks to bring LGBTQ+ heritage in England to light in a way never seen before – Jonathan Boniface takes a look at ‘Pride of Place’ in the run-up to the project’s upcoming digital seminar.
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.