Thirty five international filmmakers are set to compete for £30,000 prize money as the organisers of Cardiff’s International LGBT+ Short Film Prize.
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.
Pride presenter Saski will be hosting LGBTQ+ Disabled Queer and Hear, a Pride event for those in our community who are disabled and, of course, their allies.
Taking the top job at Britain’s top LGBTQ+ charity during a pandemic may not be ideal, but that hasn’t stopped Stonewall’s Nancy Kelley already making her mark.
Rob Harkavy spoke to Moonlight Experiences’ Aisha Shaibu about some of London’s best kept LGBTQ+ secrets.
Who’d launch a new LGBTQ+ club night in the middle of a pandemic? Jade Phoenix, that’s who. Here’s Rob Harkavy in conversation with the very lovely Jade.
What does Pride mean to you? This is the question that our friends at Wales’ largest LGBTQ+ charity are asking ahead of their online Big Week which kicks off on 24th August.
The free-to-access More Films for Freedom debuts on 15 June with three short films exploring LGBTIQ+ stories commissioned by the British Council, BFI Flare: London LGBTIQ+ Film Festival and BFI NETWORK.
This 24-year-old model speaks against beauty standards and explains her journey to self-love… Annie is a busy young woman. Between her charity work and her modelling career, this West-Yorkshire influencer turned East-Londoner wears many hats. The 24-year-old who also happens to identify as a pansexual woman uses her Instagram page to Continue Reading
Still in her early 20s, Yasmin Benoit has accomplished more than many of us achieve in a lifetime. She’s one of a vanishingly small number of black alt-models, she’s the UK’s most prominent activist for asexual visibility and she’s appeared on radio, TV and in countless magazines. Her series #ThisIsWhatAsexualLooksLike is Continue Reading