In the first part of a series where we explore the coming out experiences of real people rather than those in the limelight, our first guest writer Laura Henares Vinaches, from Spain, gives us her very personal account of her coming out experience and discusses issues around biphobia and invisibility.
Noah Rue our newest international guest writer discusses how the overturning of Roe v. Wade can affect the queer community in the U.S as well as its global implications and how the U.K. queer community can show up and help fight against the warped logic of the far right to protect the right to legal and safe abortions everywhere.
Lois Shearing discusses the often hostile discourse around bisexuality, opposite sex relationships and the unfair bias the communities we all exist within, often promote or demonstrate.
Joint editor Annette Pryce discusses racism in the LGBTQ+ community.
"There is no pride for some of us without liberation for all of us."
Brexit has unleashed an ugly wave of right-wing populism and bigotry. It needs to be stopped to stem the tide, argues Lee Williscroft-Ferris
LGBTQ+ socialising has been centred around alcohol for as long as we can remember. Daz Skubich explores why now is the time for more dry queer events.
Returning to the write for The Queerness, Jon B addresses recent criticism of Victoria Beckham’s decision not to join the Spice Girls on their recent tour and what this says about the misogyny that still dogs successful women making their own choices in today’s society.
The British version of 'RuPaul’s Drag Race' has many in the queer community worried. Is drag all that different across the pond? Daz Skubich discusses further.
Guest writer Claire Mullaly discusses the Supreme Court's decisions to uphold discrimination on religious grounds in the provision of goods and services.
Bisexual visibility continues to rise, with prominent celebrities coming out to help pave the way for greater acceptance. Andrew Macdougall explains.