Alexia Pieretti reviews The Funeral Director on its visit to HOME
Libby reviews the annual LGBTQ+ comedy and drama night organised Hope Theatre Company
In the first of a four-part series on the continuing relevance of LGBT History Month, Michael Petch discusses the progress that the needs to be made on the street
Tom Chadwick discusses the bar on gay men donating blood, and finds it to be outdated.
Following the recent ‘Piggate’ allegations, Jack Howell reports on the prevailing and dangerous phenomenon of initiation ceremonies at UK universities
It’s not too late for religions to shed their homophobic and socially irrelevant image—they just need to take a more positive, metaphorical, and liberal approach
MGLC stood in solidarity with victims of a homophobic attack in a mass sing-along on the city’s Metrolink
Jessie Cohen explores theatrical spectatorship in Queer Theatre – is it a step towards political activism or a force for perpetuating passivity?
Jay Darcy writes about the need for campaigns for equality with regards to oppressed or minority groups either in race, gender or sexuality to recognise their overlapping aims.
The newly elected Manchester Metropolitan Co-Chair of Manchester Labour Students, Tayyib Nawaz, has been forced to resign after the uncovering of Anti-Semitic and homophobic tweets
Richard Hammond’s comments about homosexuality reveal a worrying underbelly of prejudice that still pervades popular culture
Christian social work student expelled from University after he posted his views on same sex marriage on his personal Facebook account
The Abbotts, a secret black tie drinking society, was accused of tearing down LGBT+ pride flags from the walls of Corpus Christi JCR, and their behaviour has been described as “unacceptable.”
Opinions Editor Marcus Johns rants about the subjective (and non-existent) concept of political correctness