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 woman
In this intensely personal guest post, Juno Roche shares her experience of being HIV+ and transgender.
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 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.
LGBTQ+ people have long had to fight against scientific theories which medicalise and pathologize. Karen Pollock argues it’s time to leave the bad science behind.
In a very personal piece, Lee Williscroft-Ferris discusses growing up gay in the 80s and 90s.
Karen Pollock explores the idea that online identities are somehow less real, or less valid than meatspace ones
February 29th is the day that women can traditionally propose to men. Danni Glover proposes that her marriage to a man could still be a queer one.
No platforming is a hot topic, but what do we do when someone opposing one form of hate speech themselves uses hate speech against marginalised issues? Karen Pollock explores the thorny issues of free speech and a right to be heard. Is it true your enemies enemy is not your friend?
In the wake of yet another LGBTQ+ charity closing as a result of cuts, Stephanie Farnsworth examines the cost of austerity for the community.