Review: Pride in Trafford Double Bill: The Chosen Haram and BI-TOPIA
Pride in Trafford was kicked off with a two pieces of theatre, one exploring the intersection of sexuality and religion, the other sexuality and masculinity
Why I’m fed up with straight people telling me to visit Dubai
Why would I want to go on holiday to somewhere I wouldn’t feel welcome?
Sapiens aren’t the only homos
Did you know homosexuality can be found elsewhere in nature? In time for LGBTQ+ history month we talk about the ‘coming out’ stories of some of the world’s favourite animals, and how they could change people’s perceptions of LGBTQ+ people.
Homosexuality and science: the good, the bad, and the ugly
In the wake of LGBT history month, we take a look at how scientific understanding of homosexuality shaped our cultural and political attitudes.
LeFou or LeWho?
With the release of Beauty and The Beast this week, we look at the controversy surrounding LeFou and his (possible) homosexuality, and question whether the fuss is worth it
Review: Gypsy Queen
Though moving and at times hysterical, Rob Ward’s Gypsy Queen didn’t quite meet its potential
Gay men need feminism
Marcus Johns explains why feminism is beneficial for gay men, and why current standards of masculinity are harmful for everyone
William S. Burrough: The man and the legend
Alister Pearson looks back at the life of the controversial writer William S. Burroughs, who was born a century ago this year
Time to give homophobia the boot
In light of LGBT History Month, Andrew Georgeson looks to the future of homosexuality in sport