Karen Pollock speaks to Hidayah, an organisation for LGBTQ+ muslims
The marriage of two straight men in Ireland has drawn criticism from many quarters, our curator Karen Pollock explores why LGBTQ+ people should be congratulating them
Minister Jo Johnson threatens to fine universities for not “allowing free speech” and the BBC uncritically wheels out Julie Bindel on Boxing day to support the Tory. Sam Hope explores the growing phenomenon of “free speech” authoritarianism
Stuck for that last minute Christmas gift? Karen Pollock has some suggestions for the queer people in your life (or even yourself, as it is the season to be giving)
Annette Pryce examines the impact of the anti trans rhetoric in the press and what teachers really think about changes to the Gender Recognition Act.
Lois Shearing reviews previous Bisexual Book award winner, Vow of Celibacy; a flirty, fun, an undeniably sexy exploration through one woman’s love live.
With the festive season approaching, guest writer Hadley ponders on what this means for many LGBTQ+ people.
For the week of the bi flags 19th birthday (because lets be real, everyone loves a birthday week) Lois Shearing explores what the bi flags means to the community it represents.
Australia passed a marriage equality bill Thursday allowing same-sex couples to marry, Andrew Macdougall looks at the effects it has had on the LGBTQ+ community.
Our curator Karen Pollock explores the sudden media fascination with trans kids, and trans masculine identities, and asks what it tells us about societies attitudes to gender diversity.