Each month here at The Queerness, we explore a subject in more depth and invite guest posts. This November we are looking at music. For many queer people, music is an integral part of their life, their […]
Danni Glover turns off the telly long enough to discuss Bojack Horseman’s recent coming-out storyline.
The X-Men characters are presented in more palatable heterosexual bodies but they are very much a coded narrative on two branches of queer protest and resistance. Sean O’Toole writes about why X-Men stories resonate with queer trauma, safe spaces, and survival.
Can we have meaningful LGBTQ+ representation without showing same-sex PDAs? Danni Glover investigates.
Stephanie Farnsworth reviews the latest season of the award winning Netflix show ‘Orange is the New Black’.
Stephanie Farnsworth takes a look at how we write about asexual and aromantic identities.
In the wake of the Channel 4 show, What Muslims Really Think, we look behind Islamophobic headlines and scaremongering, with a first person account of growing up gay and Muslim in the UK by Hannah Noor, a gay British Muslim woman.