The marriage of two straight men in Ireland has drawn criticism from many quarters, our curator Karen Pollock explores why LGBTQ+ people should be congratulating them
Holly explores why the Twitter bisexual ban is about more than easy to use social media search tools
Ibtisam Ahmed examines the voting patterns in a historic UN resolution supporting LGBTQ+ rights.
Guest writer, Hadley, reflects on the issue of gender in relation to school uniforms.
It is not in the public interest to broadcast the opinions of people who believe in “curing” us. Is it a free speech issue? Louise McCudden explores the hypocrisy.
A guest writer Gareth Davies challenges those who have been critical of Colin Jackson for not coming out sooner, and asks what exactly is a role model?
On the back of the announcement of the hung parliament Dónal Murray-Ferris profiles just who exactly the DUP are, and why this doesn’t promise a good future for the LGBTQ+ community
To kick of our Gender Month, Karen Pollock expresses her disappointment with celebrities who want to police who is “trans enough”.
Karen Pollock looks at how the lack of regulation of counselling and psychotherapy leaves LGBTQ+ people unprotected from the harms of conversion therapy
After two years of waiting, trans people have finally been added to the Memorandum of Understanding on conversion therapy, an issue which Karen Pollock has been following.