Review: The Miseducation of Cameron Post

Before going to see this film I had read up as much as possible about it, even though I was always going to watch it after having seen Desiree Akhavan’s debut Appropriate Behaviour a number of equally entertaining times. Akhavan’s work is creative, entertaining and relatable; notably, it is queer. However, while Appropriate Behaviour is […]

Infamous Afropunk Takes Over Brixton

AFROPUNK, the festival that celebrates blackness and everything alternative has returned to London and where else would be better than Brixton to host this culture filled extravaganza. The Afropunk takeover will span over a week from 1st to 8th September with a week of panels, workshops, talks, club nights and live shows! The prodigious lineup […]

Choose One

“If monogamy is two married people who agree to only have sex with each other, there isn’t much of a history of it.” explains Isabella Rotman . I don’t practice monogamy because.. I don’t want to. Despite this being the case for longer than I can remember, I’m still asked the same reductive questions by friends […]

And The Rest of Me Floats Review

Gender seems to be the hot topic not only within the LGBT+ community but in the wider society. We’re in a time where Britain’s Next Top Model welcomed their first transwoman and Munroe Bergdorf became an ambassador for the major brand L’Oreal (we’re not going to talk the drama) and everyone is realising that gender […]

Counterfeit Personality

I couldn’t bear to imagine how the vicar and his wife would react when in fact, their offspring has breached the rules and regulations, ignored the terms and conditions of the contract.How will they react when in fact, their offspring is a homosexualwho would rather spend her Sunday morning nursing a hangover?rather than reading the bible […]