Art is subjective; arguably anything could be described as art. It has been said that as long as an artist says “what I have made is art” then it is art.
Steven Smith looks at the drug we call “love” and asks, is it be the worst addiction of all?
Henpire is all about queer women helping each other, its laugh-out-loud moments frequently tempered with poignancy.
Pedro Sousa Lourois one of the most talked-about LGBTQ artists at the moment, exciting the art world with his blend of styles and fresh take on painting.
Before starting Create Space Retreats with his brother Angus, Michael Edward Stephens spent over 10 years working in various leadership positions for some of the world’s most respected British brands.
Steven Smith tells us why the way forward for LGBTQ people involves encouraging the media to educate, inform and highlight our struggle for equal rights.
In the wake of current events, “Tales of a single, middle-aged gay man” looks at the question, “Is everyone unintentionally a little racist?”
Tales of a single, middle-aged gay man takes a long look at the woman who could arguably be called the ultimate gay icon and LGBTQ ally: leading mental-health campaigner, actress, presenter and author Denise Welch. Steven Smith takes a look at what makes this lady special to so many. Her book The Unwelcome Visitor is out Continue Reading
Hero or villain? Steven Smith looks at what it takes to be the man who has everyone talking, the heavyweight boxing champion of the world, Tyson Fury. A hero to the poor with his charitable donations to the homeless, a champion for mental health and the self-proclaimed ‘King of the Gypsies’. Continue Reading
It is not often you get to take someone as fun as Cortney Van Olphen out to see the band 1975 play. She is the sister of American actress and reality star Scheana Shay, who is infamous for her antics in one of the most popular U.S. shows, Vanderpump Rules. My sister Karen is Continue Reading