LGBTQ+ media outlets have offered only token posts to bisexual people in the last twelve months. Stephanie Farnsworth challenges their sincerity and commitment to bisexual people. In the last year you’d be forgiven for thinking that […]
Cis gay men have fallen out with Caitlyn Jenner because she still plans to vote Republican. Jon B explains why this shouldn’t come as a surprise, and explores some of the misguided assumptions that cis gay men make of trans people.
Rather than refuse to ‘give oxygen’ to toxic views and poisonous commentators, we need to play them at their own game. Jon B offers his view on why ‘turning the other cheek’ no longer seems to work.
The ignorance surrounding the media frenzy around Charlie Sheen’s HIV status shows we have much progress still to make. Stephanie Farnsworth offers her take on the situation.
While newspaper and magazine columns dedicate pages to debate trans lives, Stephanie Farnsworth examines the issue and calls for a boycott. White, cis media feminists are doing everything they can to hold women back so […]
Conor Horgan’s new documentary The Queen of Ireland is intimate enough to get to know Panti and her male alias Rory O’Neill as friends, and reverential enough to get to respect them as national treasures. Danni Glover reviews.
Despite statistics showing LGBTQ+ people are just as likely to experience domestic violence the issue has largely been hushed by the community – Stephanie Farnsworth examines why.
Increased transgender visibility is heralded as a “tipping point” for the transgender community, but is it helping the trans community? Aria Ehren offers her perspective.
In the aftermath of the rejection of #HERO, Jon B puts forward his view that whilst public figures such as Beyonce cannot be held responsible for the failure of such movements, they should still be subject to scrutiny for their failure to act.
It’s more than just wanting a ‘ladies’ handbag’. Jon B explains why he’s tired with traditional notions of gender and masculinity that no one chooses, but which still dominate how society at large views us.