Anuli Changa talks to Lizzie Morris and Ayden Brouwers after their work in progress performance in Oxford as part of the OffBeat Festival
“I’d like for us to be able to talk about games the way we talk about other media”
Adrian Kanyoli reviews Bohemian Rhapsody, a biopic on the musical phenomena that is the band Queen.
University is all about sex, but perhaps not in the way you may first think. We take a look at the sex-positive movements in Manchester expanding conversations and affecting change.
Netflix’s latest phenomenon are small lessons in how to love yourself and how to see the beauty in others
‘Oriented’ is a documentary following three Palestinian Gay friends, living in Israel who are raising awareness of LGBTQ rights in Israel
James Huyton speak candidly to The Mancunion about LGBTQ hate crime, how we can recognise it, and what you can do to combat it
Students were asked about their sex education, contraception, and protection, with many suggesting sex education was too heteronormative and uninformative
Louise Avey reviews a revival of Hair the Musical at the Palace Theatre
February marks the national education campaign, which will feature a theatrical performance at Manchester’s People History Museum
Libby reviews the annual LGBTQ+ comedy and drama night organised Hope Theatre Company
The Manchester Pride Festival has seen pedestrian signal across the city centre changed to represent LGBT+ relationships for the forthcoming Pride parade
Because the Student’s Union forgot about us
The month will kick off with a club event ‘OUT’ at Manchester Club Academy
The Mancunion talks to the university’s LGBTQ+ society about World AIDS Day and the importance of knowing your status
With the 30 year anniversary of the first fully publicly funded ‘gay centre’ built in Europe’s opening soon approaching, Kizzy Bray talks to Dr. Ali Hanbury, the centre manager to discuss links with UoM, plans for the future and why places like The Proud Trust are just as important today as they were 30 years ago