The problem with The Guardian’s take on racism in LGBTQ+ spaces

There's nothing wrong per se with the content of Owen Jones' piece in The Guardian on racism in LGBTQ+ spaces, but it says a lot about the voices mainstream media chooses to publish.

Coming out when you’re a British south Asian

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

Why Rebel Wilson’s ‘chocolate’ comment at the BAFTAs was offensive

Guest writer, Anthony Lorenzo, follows up on Jon B's piece on the Rebel Wilson furore earlier this week by explaining, from the perspective of a person of colour, why her words about Idris Elba were, in fact, offensive.

“I don’t fancy Black or Asian people, it’s just a preference” – or is it?

There's been renewed media interest in "sexual racism" in queer spaces and how it impacts our dating lives. Marcus Stow ponders: shouldn't we be asking some deeper questions about what it says about our society in general?

Why do you see so few black same-sex couples?

Marcus Stow delves into the reasons behind so many black gay men being in relationships with white guys and comes up with some fascinating conclusions.