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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
BBZ London is a relatively new queer friendly night in London, held at the family owned eatery and creative space, Buster Mantis. BBZ is quite young at the ripe age of only 6 months but have taken London by storm. It is a space where you can be free and be your authentic self, while dancing to some amazing music. […]
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Updated 27/07/16 Have you every thought about the afterlife? Well Becca Human has explored it in her most recent two part comic, Foyer which is set in the backdrop of a place that isn’t quite heaven or hell. The colours, narrative and artistry makes this a brilliant comic to read. Take 5 minutes out of […]
My coming out story is one for the history books, a wave of shame comes over me whenever I think about it. I was an excited and carefree 17 year old, who wanted to utilise my ‘free yard’ at every opportunity. Everything was planned perfectly for my encounter with Anita. My Mum would leave […]
I really never expected to have a coming out story. I thought I’d always be able to dismiss conversation about when I’d get a boyfriend; when all I wanted was date a girl.