Have you heard of Queer Acts of Resistance? The photography project aims to share the voices of the LGBTQ+ community through beautiful photos… Queer Acts of Resistance is an on-going portrait series which aims to celebrate and join the dots of disparity under the umbrella of queerness. https://www.instagram.com/p/B8zamgWFfpp/ Each portrait is Continue Reading
Check out some of our favourite queer influencers in our second weekly round-up. We keep you updated, every Friday, with the best social media content you might have missed. So without further ado, here is the queer content you need to see from this week: 1. UK’s LGBTQ+ Icon and UN advocate, Munroe Continue Reading
Yesterday’s RuPaul’s Drag Race UK episode’s sewing challenge revealed the most creative queens with some drag artists, notably Blu Hydrangea and winner of this week’s maxi challenge, Divina De Campo standing out from the crowd. Unfortunately, the sewing challenge would be the one to dispatch Everybody’s Talking About Jamie’s legend Vinegar Strokes. Crystal Continue Reading
The Home Office has for the first time published statistics showing the number of asylum claims on the basis of sexual orientation The data shows the number of asylum claims where sexual orientation was raised as part of the basis for the claim, as well as the outcome of these claims Continue Reading
Number of LGB people in UK grows to more than 1 million The number of lesbian, gay and bisexual people living in the UK has grown significantly in the last year, from 1.7% to 2%, according to new statistics released by the Office for National Statistics (ONS). In 2016, just over 1 Continue Reading
North Carolina and Mississippi’s controversial new laws affecting LGBT rights are already threatening to cost the U.S. states millions in lost business and tourism.
Marriage equality is a Northern Ireland Assembly election issue, campaigners have said as they prepare to launch a new campaign, Love Equality, which aims to deliver equal marriage rights for same-sex couples in the region.
Hate crimes and incidents come in many different forms. It can be because of hatred on the grounds of your race, religion, sexual orientation, transgender identity or disability.
The two are nominated in the Best Actor and Best Actress categories for their roles in The Danish and Carol, respectively, where two LGBT stories lead the list of Bafta film nods.
Sodexo, the world’s largest services company, launched the UK and Ireland chapter of its global LGBT employee network this week at an event at its London headquarters.