It’s that time of year again! As the ‘Eurovision Song Contest 2018’ approaches, Lee Williscroft-Ferris reveals what we can expect from this year’s event.
Guest writer Callum Kenny reviews ‘The Inheritance’ at the Young Vic in London and finds it lacking.
Shakhawat Hossain Rajeeb is a leading Bangladeshi LGBTQ+ rights activist. After a series of death threats and the loss of close friends, he left the country and is now living in exile abroad. He was kind enough to respond to questions sent by Ibtisam Ahmed about the struggles of the movement and the celebrations of its successes.
In this article, Jonathan Boniface rejects the notion put forward by Rebecca Reid in her recent Metro article that it’s time for trans people to be more receptive to cis people’s concerns about trans issues.
Bisexual visibility was on full display during Joy 949 Sydney Mardi Gras coverage. Andrew Macdougall tells us why it’s so important.
Hadley considers the role of gay designers in increasing LGBTQ+ visibility in the fashion industry.
Karen Pollock explores why in order to challenge the process of othering we have to accept we all have labels and identities.
Guest Writer, Gareth Davies asks who are your queer heroes when you grew up with in a world where the very word was unspeakable except as a slur
Two of our curators, teacher Annette Pryce and psychotherapist Karen Pollock discuss the publication of advice for schools by the anti-trans lobby group Transgender Trend
Edit 07/02/2018: Vue cinemas have confirmed that the film is not being shown, however Core Issues Trust continue to promte conversion therapy. Karen Pollock looks at just what Core believe.