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.
After Boy George’s biphobic twitter comments, Karen Pollock argues that it is time for the LGBTQ+ community to stop defending people based on who they might have been in their personal coming out story
Karen Pollock explores how in asking a transphobic academic to comment on support for gender non-conforming children, ‘Metro’ highlights the rotten core of our current media.
Back in October I reviewed LGBT drama Feral for TQ and did an interview with director Morgan Jon Fox in which he hinted upon a second season for ‘Feral‘. It has been officially announced that the second […]
The digital economies billstells people with “non conventional” sexual desires that they are lesser, Karen Pollock explores why this is an unacceptable step backwards in the treatment of LGBTQ people
Karen Pollock responds to the Daily Mail attack on the charity Mermaids
Yesterday the British LGBT awards claimed to be bi inclusive by promoting its largely unknown Lesbian and Bi women group. Karen Pollock explores the reasons why they have fallen short of the mark.
The news that the Bishop of Grantham is gay, and in a celibate relationship, prompts Karen Pollock to ask why the Church of England puts the feelings of homophobes above those of LGBTQ+ Christians.
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