In the wake of yet another LGBTQ+ charity closing as a result of cuts, Stephanie Farnsworth examines the cost of austerity for the community.
Ciera Littleford explores the option of civil partnerships being made available to opposite-sex couples.
#BlackTwitter is never far from the media spotlight, as black people campaign, debate and discuss black culture. Marcus Stow investigates how black LGBTQ+ people are uniting via the power of the tweet.
While LGBTQ+ scenes are places of freedom and fun for much of the community, the welcome sign isn’t out for everyone. Stephanie Farnsworth examines how queer disabled people have been failed. The LGBTQ+ world is […]
Despite statistics showing LGBTQ+ people are just as likely to experience domestic violence the issue has largely been hushed by the community – Stephanie Farnsworth examines why.
Despite all that older generations of LGBTQ+ people have endured – from conversion therapy, experiencing a time when it was a crime to be who they are, to the AIDS crisis- their struggle remains. Stephanie […]
With recent progress made for trans men and women in law and society, we risk leaving non-binary trans individuals behind. Aria Ehren examines the issues facing non-binary transgender people in the workplace and makes recommendations on inclusive policy and practice for employers.
As Cardiff University comes under pressure to cancel a lecture by Germaine Greer on account of her unapologetic transphobia, Jon B offers his view on why so-called ‘no-platforming’ is a thoroughly justifiable standpoint.
With the release of Will Young’s Brave Man came a discussion about what it means to be a trans ally. Our guest writer ‘How Upsetting’ takes issue with the concept of allyship and asks who does it really benefit?
We’re in the midst of Asexuality Awareness Week, and guest writer Pip Williams shares her thoughts on the subject.