Following Annette Pryce’s article on Julie Bindel’s controversial LGBT History Month appearance, guest writer Sam Hope gives a trans perspective on the matter.Read more "Julie Bindel’s transphobia is a constant source of trauma"
In this guest post Gareth Davies explores what the gay anthem “Glad to be Gay” meant to him growing up, and trying to work out what labels did, or did not apply to him.Read more "The perils of being a pop star"
In this anonymous post the writer explores how a song heard on the radio can be life changing when you are young and queer.Read more "Ever fallen in love with someone"
In this personal essay, Michael Paramo reflects on his experience as a homoromantic asexual in southern California and examines how this identity has played an integral role in shaping his life.Read more "Life as a homoromantic asexual"
James Gent takes a look at ‘Myra Breckinridge’ and the wider issue of trans roles in film.Read more "Myra Breckinridge and trans roles in film"
The great unexplored realm of the trans vagina, in this piece Juno lays bare.Read more "Other lands"
As part of our July theme “Talkin ’bout my generation”, Karen Pollock explores why so many of the big names of LGBTQ+ activism seem resistant to change and new ideas.Read more "July: Dont look back in anger"
In the first part of an unfolding tale Juno Roche takes a look back at ‘rock bottomRead more "Chapter One – white lino"
In a very personal piece, first published on burntroti.com, guest writer Pamela Chabba shares her own coming out story as a British South Asian womanRead more "Coming out when you’re a British south Asian"
In this intensely personal guest post, Juno Roche shares her experience of being HIV+ and transgender.Read more "My anger, my apology"