Following the incident in which no bisexual organisations were going to march in the Pride in London parade until UK Pride gave up half their slots, Lois Shearing addresses the isloation that young bi people may feel during Pride season.
Durham Pride has apologised for booking a white performer impersonating Beyonce with blackface make-up. Marcus Stow asks: Do we really need to remind people that blackface is offensive in 2017?
In light of yesterdays revelation that there is no separate Bi representation at Pride in London Karen takes the role of critical friend and asks what is Pride for?
Looking at both an alt-right attack on trans woman Sophie Labelle, and an attack by another trans woman, India Willoughby, on non-binary people, guest writer Sam Hope uses these unconnected incidents to examine some important questions.
Steph Farnsworth pulls apart the myth that certain identities are “less queer” than others.
Guest writer, Rachel Charlton-Dailey examines how The Gay UK’s Twitter polls were biphobic.
Everyone seems to want to talk about toilets. Karen Pollock tries to look past the myths, and into the facts of public toilet provision.
Stephanie Farnsworth takes apart the acephobia in the LGBTQ+ community
Stephanie Farnsworth tackles the myths being pushed about aromantic identities.
Can a religion that places heavy focus on balancing male and female energies and uses wombs and fertility as symbols of feminine power ever be truly inclusive and welcoming to queer and gender variant people? Lois Shearing explores what it means to be queer and Pagan.