When Labour’s leadership and deputy leadership candidates signed a pledge labelling Woman’s Place UK and the LGB Alliance transphobic hate groups, we published this piece in defence of Woman’s Place UK. Several readers got in touch asking why we hadn’t mentioned the LGB Alliance and the answer was simple: we didn’t 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
I don’t know about you, but I am mightily fed up with the division, polarisation and hatred that seem to have defined life on these islands since the 2016 Brexit referendum. Social media, especially Twitter, has become a rancid sewer of unfettered bile, not only directed at Muslims, Jews, people of Continue Reading
It’s no secret that British political discourse has turned into something of a depressing-as-fuck shitshow, chiefly driven by the election of a hard-left Marxist to the leadership of the Labour Party, and a Conservative Party driven to the right in order to pander to pink-faced Brexiteers with little flecks of spittle Continue Reading
Anthony Watson is urging Government to legislate for ‘trans zones’ to be created in major towns and cities to help protect minority group against alarming rise in hate crime The Labour Party’s diversity and equality advisor and British entrepreneur, Anthony Watson, is calling on the Government to designate ‘safe spaces’ across the Continue Reading
Jeremy Corbyn has called for the leaders of the British Commmonwealth nations to be confronted on their anti-LGBT+ laws. This could be done by the Foreign Office but Her Majesty the Queen is head of the Commonwealth so the famously anti-monarchy Labour Leader is understood to be asking her to take action Continue Reading
But Stonewall and the Fawcett Society say progress is still too slow.
It’s claimed that an Irish Labour party advert showing Sinn Féin leader, Gerry Adams, and Fianna Fail leader, Micheal Martin, photoshopped as a gay couple was “drafted but not actually commissioned”, said a Labour party spokesperson.