As Cardiff University comes under pressure to cancel a lecture by Germaine Greer on account of her unapologetic transphobia, Jonathan Boniface offers his view on why so-called ‘no-platforming’ is a thoroughly justifiable standpoint.
There’s been renewed media interest in “sexual racism” in queer spaces and how it impacts our dating lives. Marcus Stow ponders: shouldn’t we be asking some deeper questions about what it says about our society in general?
With the release of Will Young’s Brave Man came a discussion about what it means to be a trans ally. Our guest writer ‘How Upsetting’ takes issue with the concept of allyship and asks who does it really benefit?
We’re in the midst of Asexuality Awareness Week, and guest writer Pip Williams shares her thoughts on the subject.
A year without sexual activity for MSM is a pointless and alienating gesture, and the lifetime ban on blood donation in Northern Ireland egregiously so. Danni Glover shares her thoughts.
While cis lesbian women and cis gay men are facing greater acceptance than ever before in the media it is a very different story for bisexual and transgender people, as Stephanie Farnsworth examines.
As LGBT+ equality moves forward, we are increasingly presented with the selfishness of the white cis gay man. Jonathan Boniface gives his opinion on why gay men need to do better by the rest of the LGBT+ community.
Marcus Stow delves into the reasons behind so many black gay men being in relationships with white guys and comes up with some fascinating conclusions.
Sometimes, being supportive of those that are oppressed just means making sure their voices are heard. Stephanie Farnsworth discusses privilege and oppression.
The Conservative Party Conference has divided people down political lines. For many gay Tories, Cameron’s ‘equal marriage’ project proves his credibility as an ally. Lee Williscroft-Ferris takes issue.