Lee Williscroft-Ferris considers the legacy of groundbreaking TV series, ‘Queer As Folk’, 20 years on.
Ely Percy, an established Scottish writer talks to The Queerness about her soon to be published novel about lesbian life for her chosen protagonist in the early noughties. It has something for everyone, whether the protagonist excites or annoys you, you’ll definitely want to find out what happens.
Hadley Stewart sits down for a chat with Patrick Cash; playwright, spoken-word poet and activist.
Our guest writer Alex Wainwright deconstructs privilege from a personal perspective and makes an important contribution to the ongoing discussion around why even within our own communities we need to check our privileges.
Guest writer, Hadley Stewart, speaks to journalist and writer, Matt Cain, about his new book and the background to the story.
Guest writer Claire Mullaly discusses the Supreme Court’s decisions to uphold discrimination on religious grounds in the provision of goods and services.
Bisexual visibility continues to rise, with prominent celebrities coming out to help pave the way for greater acceptance. Andrew Macdougall explains.
Guest writer Chase Ledin explores whether AIDS is part of a shared queer history, or an unbridgeable divide between the generations
Guest writer, Hadley Stewart sits down with Justin Myers, the man behind The Guyliner and author of ‘The Last Romeo’.
Our guest writer Claire Mullaly, a trade unionist and LGBTQ+ activist, discusses with Trans Media Watch all about challenging transphobia in the media: the 13 steps to beat the ‘active violence of silence’.