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QUEER REPRESENTATION IN DOCTOR WHO: CONVERSATIONS WITH MY 13 YEAR OLD SELF

Joint editor Annette Pryce discusses the latest episode of Doctor Who. A very personal review of where we now exist in this cultural shift and its significance for Gen X viewers so used to never quite getting what they need from mainstream media.

LGBTQ+ Business Leadership

Guest writer, Peter Minkoff, tackles the topic of LGBTQ+ business leadership.

The 13th doctor will always be ours

With the lingering subtext now all out in the open for everyone to see, joint editor Annette Pryce gives a heartfelt response to The Eve of the Daleks episode of Doctor Who and the ongoing saga between the 13th Doctor and her female companion Yasmin Kahn.

The Pride’s guide to understanding sexual health

The Queerness is pleased to run a guest piece on the issue of LGBTQ+ sexual health to mark World Sexual Health Day.

Night moves

As part of a pride month series, a story by: Dan Fitzgerald

Butch. [yes] please!

TQ's Joint editor Annette Pryce is in short, a little bit butch, she's a bit short as well, but we wont hold that against her. She took a look at the renowned lesbian club night Butch. Please! at The Royal Vauxhall Tavern

Alex in wonderland: author Simon James Green speaks to TQ

Hadley Stewart sits down with Simon James Green to delve into his third young adult book entitled 'Alex in Wonderland'

What now for Northern Ireland and marriage equality?

Annette Pryce takes a look at the situation as it stands now in Northern Ireland for equal marriage.

Transphobia: An increasingly liberal affair?

In this article, Jon B rejects the notion put forward by Rebecca Reid in her recent Metro article that it’s time for trans people to be more receptive to cis people’s concerns about trans issues.

The hidden wellbeing issues underlying the Pride and policing debate

How do we bridge the chasm between those who want a visible police presence at Pride events and those who do not? Sam Hope proposes that those with power need to listen harder.