“When I was growing up, I can remember going to clubs and being the only black person there”: TQ meets Dean Atta

Hadley Stewart catches up with poet and author Dean Atta as he prepares to release his new book, 'The Black Flamingo'.

Our community needs to recognise its own privileges

Our guest writer Alex Wainwright deconstructs privilege from a personal perspective and makes an important contribution to the ongoing discussion around why even within our own communities we need to check our privileges. 

Will Young, India Willoughby and 2018: Year of the intersectional fightback

Lee Williscroft-Ferris issues a rallying call to the LGBTQ+ community to stand up and defend their rights in the era of the alt-right ascendency.

“Me Too”: LGBTQ+ people and sexual assault

When all LGBT+ people including men are at elevated risks of sexual violence, how can we speak about this without erasing men's violence against women? Sam Hope shares some intersectional insight on the issue

The case for animal rights as an intersectional issue

Lee Williscroft-Ferris proposes that intersectionality should extend to non-human species.

The future is queer in San Junipero

For September's monthly theme, curator Ibtisam Ahmed looks at the heartwarming intersectional love of 'San Junipero'.

Pride in London is not worthy of the LGBTQ+ community’s support

Pride in London have, once again, proven themselves incapable of intersectional vision. Lee Williscroft-Ferris discusses the implications.

Et tu, Chimamanda?

Guest writer Sam Hope reflects on Chimamanda Ngozi Adichi's recent pronouncement on trans women and challenges the notion of 'real women'.

‘Who is looking out for sissy Brown boys?’: TQ meets Queer Xicano Chisme

Michael Paramo interviews activist Queer Xicano Chisme, discussing the inception and ascension of his online platform, his inspirations and aspirations, as well as his greatest and most difficult moments.

Call-outs: a user’s guide

It can be frustrating to be called out for being oppressive, particularly when you feel marginalised in some way yourself. Danni Glover considers how to approach the situation with grace.