Lifestyle & Culture

  • Jul172017

    Afropunk’s Best Moments From The Last 12 Years

    Afropunk Fest London is back for the second year and is set to top last year with the lineup...

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  • Jul172017

    Being Gay Is Not In The DNA Of A South Indian

    “You’re not gay are you?” the question that I didn’t want to answer as my mum was driving me...

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  • Jun262017

    I Should Not Have To Defend My Bisexuality

    Every time someone has asked me the dreaded question about my sexual orientation, I sigh then mentally prepare myself...

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  • Jun202017

    A Letter From Anonymous

    For a number of years, the only gay person I knew was the person I was dating. I was...

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  • Jun182017

    Why Queer Means Sexual Freedom To Me

    Consider this an official ‘Coming Out.’ I’m a brown woman who likes boys and girls. I work in the...

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  • Jun142017

    Summer Is Coming So Hide

    I have just been travelling in Venice, it was hot and white. My friends and I walked around the...

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  • Jun102017

    An Ancestral Trail Of Desire: The Queer History That Time Forgot

    Those who belong to marginalised communities are probably familiar with the (often infuriating) retort that ‘things are better now...

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  • Jun072017

    How My ADHD Affects Relationships And Interactions

    I was diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Dyslexia and Dyspraxia in my final year of university. I...

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  • Jun032017

    Meet Eryn Mitchell The Creator And Host Of The Lez Factor

    The Lez Factor first debuted on YouTube 4 years ago. Located in Los Angeles, California, The Lez Factor offers...

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  • May192017

    It’s Time For All Of Us To Jump On This Voting Ting

    Right mate, if you’re anything like me you are living somewhere between, not paying attention to current affairs because...

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