Brexit has unleashed an ugly wave of right-wing populism and bigotry. It needs to be stopped to stem the tide, argues Lee Williscroft-Ferris
Guest writer Claire Mullaly discusses the Supreme Court’s decisions to uphold discrimination on religious grounds in the provision of goods and services.
Guest writer Otis Robinson takes us on a personal journey on what it is like to be out in queer Britain, and the difficulties we still face.
Edit 07/02/2018: Vue cinemas have confirmed that the film is not being shown, however Core Issues Trust continue to promte conversion therapy. Karen Pollock looks at just what Core believe.
Annette Pryce examines why PE teachers could be the LGBTQ heroes of the future… perhaps.
As a therapist who works with survivors of childhood sexual abuse, Karen Pollock takes issue with the idea being an abuse victim gives you license to abuse others.
Hadley considers the implications of the Daily Mail’s most recent indulgence in casual homophobia.
Karen Pollock takes issue with the idea of a deeply queerphobic government issuing pardons for acts which should never have been crimes in the first place.
What does the online response to that same-sex kiss on ‘Coronation Street’ tell us about how far we have come and how far we have yet to go? Hadley discusses.
The news that the Bishop of Grantham is gay, and in a celibate relationship, prompts Karen Pollock to ask why the Church of England puts the feelings of homophobes above those of LGBTQ+ Christians.