Review: RuPaul’s Drag Race UK: Season 2, Episode 1

Start your engines! RuPaul's Drag Race UK is back for a second season. Lee Williscroft-Ferris gives his take on the first episode.

Queer As Folk turns 20: A retrospective

Lee Williscroft-Ferris considers the legacy of groundbreaking TV series, 'Queer As Folk', 20 years on.

The future is queer in San Junipero

For September's monthly theme, curator Ibtisam Ahmed looks at the heartwarming intersectional love of 'San Junipero'.

Debunking myths: Why Supergirl isn’t as bad as you think it is

Guest writer Ell M. responds to Stephanie Farnsworth's recent article critiquing LGBTQ+ representation on 'Supergirl'.

Want strong LGBTQ+ representation? Supergirl isn’t the ship you’re looking for

Stephanie Farnsworth examines why the popular new ship 'Sanvers' is a deeply toxic relationship.

Gay service Dekkoo’s original series “FERAL” gets a green light for Season 2

Back in October I reviewed LGBT drama Feral for TQ and did an interview with director Morgan Jon Fox in which he hinted upon a second season for 'Feral'. It has been officially announced that the second season IS going ahead. For those not in the know Feral follows the lives of a group of 20 somethings and the … Continue reading Gay service Dekkoo’s original series “FERAL” gets a green light for Season 2

‘I think representation is positive in general as long as it’s not totally hurtful. Things have come a long way.’ TQ meets filmmaker Morgan Jon Fox

Dónal Ferris chats to Morgan Jon Fox, director of Feral about his inspiraiton behind the show and how he found himself working with new streaming service Dekkoo.

Keeping up with the heteros

Dan Phillips looks at the way gay men have been represented on our screens, and wonders how helpful representation has really been.

The Oscars, media diversity, and can LGBTQ+ people get paid?

As the debate about the lack of diversity in the Oscar nominations intensifies, Marcus Stow asks, can LGBTQ+ people get paid for telling our own stories?

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Eastenders and the responsibility of language

What responsibility do soap operas have to use sensitive language? Danni Glover takes issue.
Content note: this post discusses and directly references transphobic language.