Premier League footballer Andre Gray has come under fire for homophobic tweets posted in 2012. In this piece, Hadley argues that actions speak louder than words when it comes to repentance.
As part of our All roads lead to…series Karen Pollock writes of their personal experiences of being told London was the place to be.
The anti-PC brigade are at it again. It turns out we’re still oppressing them by objecting to their hatefulness.
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.
Guest writer, Hadley, discusses the ramifications of a controversial decision by a Paris tribunal in a case of homophobic language in the workplace.
For many LGBTQ+ people life outside the cities is anything but a rural idyll.
Why does the idea of gay men having sex freak so many people out? Lee Williscroft-Ferris discusses the issue of social desexualisation.
Christmas can be a difficult time for many LGBTQ+ people who are estranged from their families. Karen Pollock explores the myths and pressures of the perfect family Christmas
Following Lee Williscroft-Ferris’ piece on the Tyson Fury furore, guest writer Lewis Henshall looks at what the issue says about homophobia in the media and in society at large.
Karen examines how a new report into the health and wellbeing of 15 year olds highlights the way we prefer to ignore the gender and sexual identities of young people, regardless of the harm this does.