LGBTQ+ visibility in fashion: Are times changing?

Hadley considers the role of gay designers in increasing LGBTQ+ visibility in the fashion industry.

February: Looking forward, looking back

Our curator Karen Pollock looks forward to whats happening at TQ this month

I’m a trans woman and I believe Julie Bindel should be heard

In the latest piece on the Julie Bindel controversy, guest writer and trans woman, Debbie Hayton, explains why she believes Bindel should be given a platform.

Julie Bindel’s transphobia is a constant source of trauma

Following Annette Pryce's article on Julie Bindel's controversial LGBT History Month appearance, guest writer Sam Hope gives a trans perspective on the matter.

Queeroes: Lesbians and Gays Support The Miners

As part of our Queeroes series to mark LGBT History Month, Lee Williscroft-Ferris explains why the members of Lesbians & Gays Support The Miners are an personal inspiration to him.

Queeroes: John Waters

Danni Glover shares why the Pope of Trash helps contextualise her queer politics.

Mental health charity CoolTan Arts plans events to mark LGBT History Month

South London-based mental health in arts charity, CoolTan Arts, are staging two exciting events to mark LGBT History Month. Find out more here.

Queeroes: DJ Ritu and her contribution to British South Asian LGBTQ+ culture

For LGBT History Month, guest writer Pamela Rani Chabba chooses her personal Queero: DJ Ritu, who created a much needed haven for British South Asian LGBTQ+ people in London

Queeroes: Keith Haring

Danni Glover shares a few thoughts on one of the most influential 20th century artists.

LGBT History Month 2016: Queeroes!

February is LGBT History Month in the UK. Lee Williscroft-Ferris explains how we intend to mark the month here at The Queerness.