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.
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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 […]
Patients who have recovered from Covid19 are being encouraged to donate plasma from their blood to aid the fight against Coronavirus. This convalescent plasma could help acutely ill patients to combat the virus if their […]
The Inter-American Court of Human Rights has made its decision public after ruling in March that Peru has been responsible for the rape and torture of a trans woman whilst in police custody. This decision […]
Alex Gibbon talks to partners Ray and Nicola from ‘The Bookish Type’ about seeking solace in among the shelves, the ups and downs of setting up their business and the queer fiction you should be reading.
According to Sexing the Body, a book on gender politics and sexuality by Anne Fausto-Sterling, being intersex is about as common as having red hair. It is estimated that 1.7% of the population is intersex. But […]