“Writing it was a hard process”: TQ meets Nathaniel Hall

Hadley Stewart speaks to Nathaniel Hall about stigma, shame and his one-man show, 'First Time'.

“There’s this myth of the Big Break”: Patrick Cash speaks to TQ

Hadley Stewart sits down for a chat with Patrick Cash; playwright, spoken-word poet and activist.

What are we afraid of?

On World Aids Day Karen Pollock looks at how attitudes to acceptable types of sex still lead to stigma and prejudice towards those with HIV Today is World Aids Day, a day that many of us hoped would have had become unnecessary when we first stared wearing red ribbons to show our support for those … Continue reading What are we afraid of?

PrEP: No Holy Grail but no cause for sexual moralisation either

Surely, the ruling that the NHS can fund the distribution of PrEP can only be seen as a positive development? Apparently not. Lee Williscroft-Ferris is troubled by some of the reactions to this historic decision.

Chapter two – It’s different now?

It's different now though isn't it, the stigma, it's not as bad as it was in the early days of inscribed tombstones and crashing rocks? Juno Roche continues looking back over her story.

Chapter One – white lino

In the first part of an unfolding tale Juno Roche takes a look back at 'rock bottom

Just a small question about PrEP…

As questions concerning PrEP abound, Juno Roche looks at the issue of the omission of women in the discourse around HIV.

The Valley of the Kings

In this follow-on post, Juno Roche discusses her HIV diagnosis and the unchanging face of stigma.

My anger, my apology

In this intensely personal guest post, Juno Roche shares her experience of being HIV+ and transgender.

Diversity schmiversity!

Diversity: a word so often banded about in LGBTQ+ circles. But what does it mean in reality for less 'visible' members of our community? Juno Roche discusses.