While big name issues in America continued to garner much media attention the world saw saw events and changes all across the LGBTQ+ spectrum. In his latest weekly instalment Tom Ana shares some of the most important news stories from the last seven days.
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.
Jon B makes his latest ‘attack’ on freedom of speech, or put another way: he explores the power structures that underpin why people exercise their rights with no attention to their responsibilities.
For many LGBTQ+ people life outside the cities is anything but a rural idyll.
Peter Tatchell polarises opinion like no other human rights activist. TQ curators, Stephanie Farnsworth and Lee Williscroft-Ferris go head-to-head in this first ‘Queerbate’.
As part of our Queeroes series in celebration of LGBT History Month, Karen Pollock talks to Meg-John Barker.
For many, makeup can be critical in constructing their queer identity. For others, it is constrictive. Danni Glover considers the role cosmetics play in her own identity.
Ciera Littleford explores the option of civil partnerships being made available to opposite-sex couples.
With recent reports linking dating apps to crime, Stephanie Farnsworth defends Grindr and Tinder against recent criticisms in the media.
In this incredibly powerful piece, genderqueer disabled guest writer, Becca Baker, takes aim at those that would appropriate disability for their own selfish motives.