My First Speed Dating Experience

Andreena and Gee Jay are well known for their monthly open mic event, Poetry LGBT which has been running for nearly 2 years. Poetry LGBT allows people to showcase their various talents from singing, rapping, poetry to dance. The couple have ventured onto a new project, Lez Minglez in conjunction with their infamous open mic […]

Gifts From Frank Ocean

You know that one old friend that you haven’t seen in time? The one you consistently make arrangements to meet up with, who consistently lets you down at the last minute.  You may even find yourself rolling your eyes when you see their name flash up on your phone the night before a meet-up, because […]

Mikael Owunna Is Showing The World That LGBT Africans Are Limitless

Limit(less) is a photography project Mikael Owunna exploring and showcasing LGBTQ 1st and 2nd generation Africans through photography and interviews. I spoke to Mikael, the Nigerian-Swedish photographer and writer about his innovative project. What were your main motivations behind Limitless? There were three primary motivations for me, personal experiences, media representation and decolonising Africa. Growing up […]

My Gay Son And Me

By Anonymous When my son was about 12 years old I decided that when I spoke about someone special in his future it would be a good idea to stop saying ‘girlfriend’ and instead use ‘partner’. At that time it was a just a cautionary measure. Fast forward about two and a half years, my […]

When No Isn’t Enough

Trigger warning – rape/abuse We live in a society where women have become more sexuality liberated and empowered. We have a huge way to go but each day both on the internet and in real life I am seeing stories and witnessing women who completely exercise there right to be sexual beings. I’m also not saying […]