Bridget Eke explores arguments surrounding gender-balancing festivals following the announcement of Wireless Festival’s 2021 lineup, which includes only five women.
Ioana Grădinaru investigates why lesbians have faced worsening mental health and loneliness in recent times.
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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 […]
The President of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, Sir Suma Chakrabarti, stated that the UK should demand more representation for itself in higher management of the World Bank. His justification is that the […]
In recent years, there has been an increased push for diversity, of all kinds, in the workplace, whether that be in business, marketing, education or public institutions. The public are tired of air-brushed pictures of […]
I’d like to start with the caveat that I don’t know whether opinion journalism is as important as news reporting. In order to have some kind of value, I guess this kind of journalism has […]
Black Panther is a technicolour world, constructed by cinematographer Rachel Morrison, to the cast who are, to borrow from an popular black hair product line, ‘Dark [skinned] and Lovely’, the film’s politics are woven into […]
Arts Editor, Mikhail Hanafi, explores the politics of LGBT+ representation in film. Which films are going to be cemented in LGBT+ film canon? If you ask the general public, you’d likely get answers like Brokeback […]
Seeing yourself accurately and fairly represented when you turn on TV or read a book is an unacknowledged privilege – and it’s so important. The importance of this is often swept under the carpet or […]
The second instalment in the hugely popular Hunger Games trilogy ‘Catching Fire’ is out in cinemas at the moment. I for one will most definitely be taking advantage of Orange Wednesdays to go see it, […]
When it comes to education, politicians are very dismissive when it comes to the inclusion of authors of colour in GCSE and A-level syllabuses. It is blatantly obvious that these authors are under-represented, yet any […]