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.
Hooray, it is LGBTQ+ History Month. This is held every year up and down the country to recognise the history and progress that has been made for LGBTQ+ rights since the Stonewall Riots in 1969. It is celebrated around the world, in June in the US (when the Stonewall Riots occurred), and in February in the UK to mark the repeal of Section 28 in 2003 (more on that later).
Frank O‘Hara Choice Poem: Une Journee de Juillet Often considered one of the leading figures of the 1950s and 60s ‘New York School’, O’Hara remains a hugely influential poetic voice despite his tragically short life. […]
Amid controversy and protests in its home country and buzz on the festival circuit, Sabrina Martins reviews the Georgian queer coming-of-age film Directed by Levan Akin, And Then We Danced tells the story of Merab (Levan […]
Sex Education is now in its second season, and after the success of the first it continues to provide a new take on ‘coming of age’ drama along with adolescent sexuality. Laurie Nunn, the creator […]
Over the last decade LGBTQ+ representation in media has soared. Artists such as Kehlani, Troye Sivan, Halsey and Hayley Kiyoko top endless lists entitled ‘Best Queer Artists of the Decade’, ‘LGBT artists you can’t miss’, […]
Lizzie Wright voices her take on the topic of queer-baiting within modern music. Do artists have the right to remain ambiguous or should we require artists to index their sexuality in their music? Queerbaiting Definition: A […]