Poet Jackie Hagan On Bisexuality And Biphobia

by Jackie Hagan In 1994, I was 13, the internet didn’t exist and I was in love with Linda Lusardi, Boy George, and Rambo. Section 28 still forbade anyone in my school from ‘promoting homosexuality’ – that is, saying gay is okay. I was obsessed with figuring out if I was gay or straight. Which …

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Do I Look Queer In This?

by Amelia Abraham Why, for LGBTQ+ people, getting dressed is still a delicate balance between safety and self-expression. What is it that dictates the way we dress? For designers, brands and trend forecasters, it’s the million-dollar question – or rather, the $3 trillion dollar question, since that’s what the global fashion industry is worth. But it’s …

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My First Pride: Jack Guinness

We chat to the bearded model/DJ about all things Pride… Where was your first pride? London a few years ago. I didn’t go till I was much older and when I finally got there I could not believe the atmosphere. It was the most accepting, empowering place I’d ever been. You don’t realise how unsafe and …

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How Bullying Shaped Me

by Max Wallis From coke cans to the head, and soldering irons in Electronics, how Max Wallis faced the Mordor of High School I am fourteen and a red-faced teenager in Electronics Class takes out a knife while the teacher is in his storeroom. Another holds a soldering iron and I can feel the heat …

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The Black Panther Clips You’ve Never Seen Before

Loved Black Panther? Us too. So to celebrate the release of the 4K Ultra HD™, Blu-ray™, DVD and On-Demand release of the Marvel blockbuster, we’re taking a look back at our favourite thing about the movie: the girls. Whether it’s on the battlefield or in Wakanda’s unique technology lab, the female characters dominate. To illustrate just …

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