Following Annette Pryce’s article on Julie Bindel’s controversial LGBT History Month appearance, guest writer Sam Hope gives a trans perspective on the matter.Read more "Julie Bindel’s transphobia is a constant source of trauma"
Stephanie Farnsworth reviews ‘And the Band Played On’, one of the most detailed books documenting the AIDS crisis of the 1980s.Read more "Book Review: And the Band Played On"
For the first time in its history, an unsigned artist has won the BBC Sound of…award. Dónal Ferris profiles the Sound of 2017 winner Ray BLK.Read more "Unsigned Soul singer wins BBC award"
Michael Paramo interviews activist Queer Xicano Chisme, discussing the inception and ascension of his online platform, his inspirations and aspirations, as well as his greatest and most difficult moments.Read more "‘Who is looking out for sissy Brown boys?’: TQ meets Queer Xicano Chisme"
Annette Pryce examines why Bindel speaking at an LGBT History Month event is an insult to the community.Read more "Now now, be nice! Why Julie Bindel has no place at LGBT History Month"
Guest writer Ell M. responds to Stephanie Farnsworth’s recent article critiquing LGBTQ+ representation on ‘Supergirl’.Read more "Debunking myths: Why Supergirl isn’t as bad as you think it is"
After Boy George’s biphobic twitter comments, Karen Pollock argues that it is time for the LGBTQ+ community to stop defending people based on who they might have been in their personal coming out storyRead more "We need Boy George like a fish needs a bicycle"
In January, The Queerness is opening the pages on its favourite books, with personal views, and reviews.Read more "January: The 2017 Book Club"
Stephanie Farnsworth examines why the popular new ship ‘Sanvers’ is a deeply toxic relationship.Read more "Want strong LGBTQ+ representation? Supergirl isn’t the ship you’re looking for"
Stephanie Farnsworth takes Richard Hammond’s comments to task that straight men don’t eat ice cream.Read more "Fragile masculinity: Hammond’s homophobic fear of ice cream"