Published in: 50.50: News‘Safe to Be Me’ in the UK? It’s anything but, say LGBTQ+ protesters
Trans people and allies demonstrate at Downing Street after conference is cancelled due to boycott
Jake Daniels’ bravery will change the lives of other young LGBTIQ athletes
Blackpool’s teenage striker says coming out will allow him to be “free and confident”. I wish I had been able to do the same
I was a child of Section 28. ‘Heartstopper’ helps heal the pain
The new British drama series shows LGBTIQ freedom as a normal part of school life. If only my own school days had...
Published in: 50.50: FeatureThe media disinformation campaign against Ghana’s queer community
Ghanaian journalists are driving an anti-LGBTIQ campaign that could result in one of the world’s harshest homophobic laws
A message from a Russian LGBT+ activist
We can’t stop this war, started by our own government, but we can express our solidarity and support for Ukraine and...
Published in: openDemocracyUK: OpinionI covered Stephen Port’s murders. I know Cressida Dick’s departure isn’t enough
As a gay journalist, I connected the dots on the killings – and was intimidated by police for doing my job
Published in: 50.50: NewsUK Nationality and Borders Bill risks ‘sending people to their deaths’
MPs warn against disproportionate and ‘devastating consequences’ for LGBTQ refugees and asylum seekers
Published in: ourEconomy: OpinionTrans activism isn’t just about pronouns and bathrooms. It’s about class struggle
The new field of ‘trans Marxism’ teaches us that we shouldn’t be fighting for inclusion but for liberation
Published in: Home: OpinionLet’s talk less about UEFA – and more about Hungary’s new anti-LGBT law
Where discrimination leads, corruption often follows. We need a combined strategy to tackle both
Published in: democraciaAbierta: OpinionToday's Brazil is worse than Marielle Franco's. But its future belongs to the Marielles
Today's Brazil is not the same as the one the murdered young councilwoman knew and fought for. But the seed planted...