Across the world, June has become known as Pride month, but is June Pride Month in the UK?
You can still see the original rainbow flag – and it’s right here in the UK.
A day to celebrate your gay uncles and aunts.
Tan France is probably most famous for being one-fifth of the Netflix reboot of Queer Eye, however, since his debut on the show five seasons ago (2018), he has gone on to star in a number of other shows for […]
As Sir Keir Starmer is now the official leader of the opposition, we take a deeper dive into how he has supported LGBT+ rights in the UK.
Boris Johnson’s position as the UK’s Prime Minister is problematic for many, particularly as he has referred to members of the LGBT+ community, particularly gay men, in a less than complimentary way. Here we look at some of the most […]
Once upon a time, Islington was North London’s hub of queer activity. There were several gay bars, but over the years, like so many parts of London, the number of LGBT+ spaces has dwindled. Are there any gay bars left […]
Pansexuality, might not be on your radar as much as homosexuality or bisexuality, but its all-inclusive nature has got people falling in love with the idea and message behind pansexuality – which is, essentially hearts, not parts – you fall in love and lust with the heart of someone not their biological sex or gender expression.
Have you ever noticed at the end of RuPaul’s greatest bop, “Sissy That Walk” that something is said, in a childlike voice?
What does AFAB mean? AFAB stands for Assigned Female At Birth, where a person’s gender was given by the genitalia found at birth giving a person a sex or gender marker on their birth certificate. Using this acronym could be […]
This is an idea where someone does something sexually for the benefit of someone else. Usually, within a relationship, it means one half does something sexually for their partner to make the other half happy. That is, the activity wouldn’t […]