Joel Rochester Channel: FictionalFates Bio: Joel identifies as a “bisexual Black British boy”. He is currently in his third year at university, studying English Literature and Creative Writing. He began his bookstagram and blog back […]
For LGBTQ+ history month, Tharushi Wijesiri delves into the life of a hero whose actions saved millions of lives during WW2.
Last month, several human rights groups and LGBTQ+ organisations sent a letter to Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga of Japan, calling for the introduction of new legislation that prohibits discrimination on the grounds of gender identity […]
Madeleine Gauci Green reviews Hulu’s latest holiday hit ‘Happiest Season’.
McIntosh retired from the School of Chemical and Process Engineering in 2014 and is currently the director of the organisation Truth In Science, which produced the film.
This article discusses Starbucks new advert “every name’s a story”
Oh yes, Bake Off is back! Check out this article to see what have been the highs and lows of the 11th series so far
Naomi Momoh reflects upon the critical need for safe spaces in clubbing for queer POCs, and their complex importance to the community they represent.
Oh, J.K. Rowling. Have you ever known anybody make such a royal mess of an empire they’ve built up over the best part of a few decades? I certainly haven’t. Once beloved for creating a […]
The appointment of Petra de Sutter, a trans woman, as the Belgian deputy prime minister is a huge step forward for trans representation in politics. She is now the most senior trans politician in Europe, […]
On the 24th of October, Leeds’ own Nicola Adams will, once again, make LGBT history by becoming the first Strictly Come Dancing celebrity contestant to compete with a same-sex dance partner. There is unspeakable bravery […]
The first step in stamping out domestic abuse, intolerance and hatred is speaking out. A verbal conversation, a written email, a virtual message chat; all can lift some weight off shoulders about a situation, even […]