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.
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.
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: […]