Three poets share their first queer experiences.
We interviewed Stewart O’Callaghan, founder of Live Through This – a cancer support and advocacy service for the LGBTIQ+ community.
Luce Howell reflects on their personal experience of being a filmmaker centering their work around sexual violence, and begins to build the case for why prison abolition should be at the centre of radical queer activism.
Both celebratory and reflective, Jack Burnett interrogates the histories of public and private queer expression in the North of England. In his in-depth, compelling case of the intersections between class and sexuality, he draws up a conversation about which Northern LGBTQ stories get remembered and why.
Drawing on deep and varied experiences, Ashleigh J Mills identifies the multiple intersections between blackness and transness- celebrating their journey to becoming visible.
Love Muscle is a Leeds based lgbtq alternative night for the more discerning night life enthusiast.
Anna Clingan explores the Stonewall riots of 1969 in New York and how they have grown to become a global celebration of LGBTQ culture. A rich and sweeping, history of the Queer Liberation Movement – she argues the legacies of fighting for LGBTQ rights is not over.
Gal Pals is a queer dance party centring womxn, trans & non-binary folks based in Brighton and East London.
Maud Woolf explores her personal journey around biphobia, interrogating the effects of internalised shame and how to affirm your sexuality despite stigma.
Beginning with a video game in 2008, Sam Cullen takes us on a journey through their relationship with cosplay, fandom and the world of online friends. Detailing the highs and lows of queer self-discovery, and how this has often intersected with their online presence, Sam provides a candid view into the importance of online communities. Anime, Cosplay & Online Friends: […]