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.
Join Rob Harkavy and Nicole Conn as they discuss Nicole’s award-winning film, More Beautiful for Having Been Broken, starring Zoë Ventoura, Kayla Radomski and the amazing young actor Cale Ferrin.
When OutNews Global staff writer Andréa Oldereide was writing this piece about the LGB Alliance, she invited comment from people within the trans community. Eva Echo sent through such detailed and well-though-out comments that we thought we’d invite her back for a full-on, one-to-one interview with our own Rob Harkavy. Check Continue Reading
Rob Harkavy chats to writer Samantha Lee Howe about her thriller The Stranger in our Bed, what she’s been up to during lockdown and why she turned to penning a thriller after a career spent writing horror and fantasy.
Meet the star of Channel 4’s Genderquake who last year became the first British trans model to feature in a Pantene shampoo campaign.
Not content with winning a bunch of team and personal gongs during a glittering sporting career, Rugby League royalty Keith Mason has gone on to act in Hollywood, appear in one of Britain’s most popular dramas, pen a graphic novel, launch a clothing line and get his own movie project off Continue Reading
Got a problem with your hair during lockdown? Is your skin as rough as a badger’s bum? Never fear, Steven’s here! OutNews Global’s chief correspondent Steven Smith knows a thing about hair and beauty so sit back and enjoy as our Rob probes him relentlessly. Contact Steven on Facebook here. Twitter Continue Reading
Joanne Lockwood is the founder and CEO of SEE Change Happen, an Equality Diversity & Inclusion Practice specialising in providing Transgender Awareness and support to organisations and businesses. Her mantra is Smile, Engage and Educate and she passionately believes that “people are people” and, no matter who they are, deserve to Continue Reading
Paul Burston is a journalist, activist and a successful author. He’s also the founder of the legendary Polari Salon. In this interview he tells us about a lifetime of activism, what led him to found Polari and how real life experiences inspired him to become one of the UK’s most successful Continue Reading
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