2020 has been a long, hard and debilitating grind for most of us, and it is perfectly reasonable for ministers to want to give the nation a reprieve.
Back in the olden days, when I was growing up, we had three TV channels and none of them broadcast all day.
Activities that once involved training, practice and skill were superseded by the touch of a button, with more and more people deciding to give them a whirl.
Since the murder of George Floyd by police officer Derek Chauvin in Minneapolis in May, the Black Lives Matter movement has exploded worldwide.
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?”
In the run up to the second annual Bi Pride, it’s crucial to reflect on the attitudes towards bi and pan sexualities within our culture.
When The Telegraph and the Mail join the almost universal condemnation of a Conservative government, you know that something serious is going down.
Another weekend and another needless, tragic suicide, the fourth associated with the ITV show Love Island. The death of TV presenter and former Strictly champion Caroline Flack highlights, yet again, the terrible price of fame. Although I met her a few times, I didn’t know Caroline, but I understand she was Continue Reading
Cast your eye to the top of the page you’re looking at right now and you’ll see this website described as “the world’s most fabulous LGBTQ online magazine”. The important thing here is not that we’re fabulous – everyone knows that – but that we proudly include the T for trans. Continue Reading