how legal equality brought on new challenges for gay men
From white-washing Stonewall’s history to living secret lives of sex, drugs and addiction, there’s never been a worse time for gay men to be free…
coming out with the krays: we talk to tom hardy and legend director brian helgeland
In director Brian Helgeland’s new film, Legend, gangster Ronnie Kray is boldly open about being gay in 60s London.
trans pioneer april ashley celebrates her 80th birthday
The society beauty had gender reassignment surgery in 1960, was shot for Vogue by David Bailey and married an aristo. Here’s her story.
performance artist, david hoyle, prophesises the future of religion, politics, and gender definitions
We ask divine David how we can survive on a planet of perpetual war.
a queer manifesto for radical change
Since the dawn of time, artistic expression has existed to counter the iron fist of authority. In gay culture, drag has been used for over a century to subvert the gender roles that patriarchal structure dictates. Even if a drag queen doesn’t get...
lips, wigs, heels, attitude? welcome to jonny woo's lipsync 1000
Jonny Woo's new bar, The Glory, is the home to 2015's most outrageous craze, drag lipsynching.
russell t davies is defining gay culture again for a whole new generation
We talk to Russell T Davies, director of Cucumber, Banana and Tofu, about following up Queer As Folk and reimagining gay culture for the 21st century.