With recent reports linking dating apps to crime, Stephanie Farnsworth defends Grindr and Tinder against recent criticisms in the media.
Stephanie Farnsworth discusses the conflation of sexual orientation with romantic orientation.
One of the biggest issues facing the bisexual community is poverty, but why are LGBTQ+ groups so reluctant to acknowledge this? Stephanie Farnsworth argues that we cannot continue to exclude issues of class and poverty from our activism.
What is up with the lack of queer spaces, and why are existing ones so exclusive? Ciera Littleford explores this matter further.
On the International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers, Karen Pollock speaks to sex workers about why sex work is an LGBTQ+ issue, and the need for LGBTQ+ organisations to do more to support decriminalisation.
While LGBTQ+ scenes are places of freedom and fun for much of the community, the welcome sign isn’t out for everyone. Stephanie Farnsworth examines how queer disabled people have been failed. The LGBTQ+ world is […]
Conversion therapy has been shown to have as much scientific basis as magic mirrors, so why is it still acceptable to offer it to the trans community? Content Notes for suicide, transphobia and homophobia. A year […]
Despite statistics showing LGBTQ+ people are just as likely to experience domestic violence the issue has largely been hushed by the community – Stephanie Farnsworth examines why.
Gay men have become increasingly tribal, choosing to place themselves into a box that binds them with kindred spirits. What are the advantages of this and what are the potential pitfalls? Lee Williscroft-Ferris discusses.