Why climate change should matter to LGBTQ+ people

Stephanie Farnsworth examines how climate change will impact LGBTQ+ people across the world.

Labour crushing LGBTQ+ people again

Stephanie Farnsworth examines the situation within Labour and what it means for LGBTQ+ people

EU vote will have lasting impact on LGBTQ+ rights

As the referendum on the UK's membership of the European Union draws closer, Sally Brett, Senior Policy Officer in the TUC’s Economic and Social Affairs Department, describes what is at stake for LGBTQ+ people.

Coming out: Keep the champagne on ice

As David Mundell becomes the latest MP to come out as gay, Lee Williscroft-Ferris takes a look at reactions to the announcement and what they tell us about the process of coming out.

Trans healthcare is in a state of emergency

With the release of the Trans Inquiry, Stephanie Farnsworth examines the health care situation which trans people must battle every day.

Cis gay men and Caitlyn Jenner: a match made in ignorance and assumption

Cis gay men have fallen out with Caitlyn Jenner because she still plans to vote Republican. Jon B explains why this shouldn't come as a surprise, and explores some of the misguided assumptions that cis gay men make of trans people.

Northern Ireland’s democratic failure

The DUP has blocked a majority vote in favour of same-sex marriage in Northern Ireland. How are power sharing measures hindering democracy and progress? Danni Glover investigates.

On the selfishness of the white cis gay male

As LGBT+ equality moves forward, we are increasingly presented with the selfishness of the white cis gay man. Jon B gives his opinion on why gay men need to do better by the rest of the LGBT+ community.

Why do you see so few black same-sex couples?

Marcus Stow delves into the reasons behind so many black gay men being in relationships with white guys and comes up with some fascinating conclusions.

Inside and out: acknowledging privilege and oppression

Sometimes, being supportive of those that are oppressed just means making sure their voices are heard. Stephanie Farnsworth discusses privilege and oppression.