February was LGBT history month. It has been celebrated across the country with talks, flag raising and events. Karen Pollock talks to the founder of the LGBT History project North East about why our history matters for more than 1 month of the year.
In a very personal piece, first published on burntroti.com, guest writer Pamela Chabba shares her own coming out story as a British South Asian woman
This week saw the International Transgender Day of Visibility celebrated across the world, with hundreds of events taking place in all four corners of the globe. In the latest edition of the LGBTQ+ news round-up, Tom Ana presents the stories you might have missed from the last seven days.
Karen Pollock explores the idea that online identities are somehow less real, or less valid than meatspace ones
Ciera Littleford explores the option of civil partnerships being made available to opposite-sex couples.
Ivan Massow, the 1990s poster boy of gay respectability politics, has raised his head above the parapet once more. Lee Williscroft-Ferris takes issue.
#BlackTwitter is never far from the media spotlight, as black people campaign, debate and discuss black culture. Marcus Stow investigates how black LGBTQ+ people are uniting via the power of the tweet.
Conversion therapy has been shown to have as much scientific basis as magic mirrors, so why is it still acceptable to offer it to the trans community? Content Notes for suicide, transphobia and homophobia. A year […]
Are you a straight person considering a night out at a gay bar? Danni Glover has some words of caution.
It’s more than just wanting a ‘ladies’ handbag’. Jon B explains why he’s tired with traditional notions of gender and masculinity that no one chooses, but which still dominate how society at large views us.