There’s nothing wrong per se with the content of Owen Jones’ piece in The Guardian on racism in LGBTQ+ spaces, but it says a lot about the voices mainstream media chooses to publish.
Stephanie Farnsworth looks at the historic arguments that being LGBTQ+ is unnatural
Hadley considers the implications of the Daily Mail’s most recent indulgence in casual homophobia.
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.
Our newest Curator, Donal wonders if the announced return of Will and Grace really is a cause for celebration?
This is The Queerness, but what is queerness, and who should be allowed to call themselves queer? Karen Pollock explores some of the thorny issues around queer identity
Lee Williscroft-Ferris wonders whether he is the only person left feeling cold by GT’s footage of ‘straight men’ kissing other men.
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.
Stephanie Farnsworth examines the idea that bisexual people experience “straight privilege”
Premier League footballer Andre Gray has come under fire for homophobic tweets posted in 2012. In this piece, Hadley argues that actions speak louder than words when it comes to repentance.