In light of the events in Orlando, Karen Pollock personally responds to the ideas of blame, responsibility and how we should respond.
Whilst it’s always heartening to have support, Jon B explains why, in his view, #prayfororlando is a hollow gesture that diverts people from taking real action against hate.
From the Greek isles to the streets of New York City, Tom Ana brings you the most important headlines and stories you might have missed from the last 7 days.
In this follow-on post, Juno Roche discusses her HIV diagnosis and the unchanging face of stigma.
Karen Pollock discusses how for many survivors of child abuse, the fact they are LGBTQ+ impacts on how they are treated, and their ability to heal.
In a very personal piece, first published on burntroti.com, guest writer Pamela Chabba shares her own coming out story as a British South Asian woman
Following his two-week hiatus, Tom Ana returns with his regular summary of the most important stories and headlines from the last seven days.
Throughout June, we want to talk about what’s going on outside of London for LGBTQ+ people in the UK, and ask, do all queer roads actually lead to London?
In this intensely personal guest post, Juno Roche shares her experience of being HIV+ and transgender.
Pride in London’s decision to allow the RAF to stage a fly-past at this year’s event has caused consternation in some quarters. Lee Williscroft-Ferris gives his view on the need for less drama and more insight.