As part of a Pride month series, The Queerness presents Part 3 of a lesbian fiction story by Erica Knight.
This December the Queerness team are talking about sex, and all the good things, and the bad things, it can be!
Stephanie Farnsworth examines how the LGBTQ+ community is erasing romantic identities.
In this follow-on post, Juno Roche discusses her HIV diagnosis and the unchanging face of stigma.
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
As the debate rages about diversity in LGBTQ+ media, Marcus Stow discusses how it’s just part of a wider problem that can make anyone who isn’t a cisgender white gay male feel excluded
Stephanie Farnsworth looks at a show that’s leading the way for portraying sexuality.
Stephanie Farnsworth goes through different steps which can help people coming to terms with their sexuality and/or gender.
Stephanie Farnsworth dissects what it means to be lesbian and whether it can be considered a political label.
Suddenly it seems everyone has an opinion on anal play, after Amber Rose used a liking for it to attempt to embarrass Kayne West. Karen Pollock explores the idea that sexuality is defined by sex acts.