Fringe! Queer Film & Arts Fest

To Bey Or Not To Bey: How A Freakum Dress Got Black Queer & Trans* Folk Into Formation

There are very few recording artists who can capture the public’s attention to become a global household name. There are even fewer artists who achieve icon status and maintain their solo success for 16 years, growing ever stronger with each passing year. Beyoncé Giselle Knowles-Carter has done just this in a wide variety of ways, […]

A Letter From Anonymous

For a number of years, the only gay person I knew was the person I was dating. I was always told that love is not enough. Therefore, no matter how lovely, caring and supportive my partners were. I still felt isolated in my sexuality. LGBT people live in a heterosexual world, that drowns out the […]

UK Black Pride 2016

The theme for UK Black Pride (UKBP) 2016 was “Transforming Our Community” and that is exactly what was achieved at UKBP’s 11th annual pride event held in Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens. Once you strolled into the park you were greeted with the stewards from Pride in London who were flying rainbows flags. Which should have meant […]

Pride In London 2016

If Pride last year was a celebration of marriage equality, then this year it was definitely about supporting one another and coming together to celebrate our colourful community. After the tragic events in Orlando there was a sense of duty to come out and celebrate our LGBT+ siblings. London’s famous Oxford Street was drenched in […]

This Week

I spend my life running from an amalgamation of truths, poverty, race, queerness, Islamaphobia and gender. It is an epic race, running and running. I have been running faster and faster the older I get, sweat running down my aging body as I jump over more and more hurdles – housing–running–health- running-education- running-work-running. This week […]