we didn't need a sequel to 'call me by your name' after all
'Find Me' painstakingly details the in-between years of Elio and Oliver's love affair when we already know how it's going to end.
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in defence of oversharing on social media
'U ok hun? DM me xx'
why the words 'minor gangsters' are so dangerous
Activist Athian Akec writes about how insidious and commonplace assumptions like these are for black Britons.
transphobia is alive and well both in and outside the queer community
More cisgender queer people need to oppose transphobia, urgently.
how the 'stormzy effect' is changing the narrative around elite university access
In acknowledging the tireless hard work of Cambridge's African and Caribbean Society, Stormzy has spotlighted the Black students reforming access systems and governance from within.
what’s it like being a black woman gamer in 2019?
A look at the rampant misogynoir of the global gaming community.
how london’s young designers are weaponising womanhood
Charlotte Knowles, Supriya Lele, Nensi Dojaka and Sinéad O’Dwyer are redefining what feminine power dressing means today.
the reinvention of gwyneth paltrow
Gwyneth Paltrow was never going to be relatable. But whether she can be likeable is a different question.
our obsession with 'munchausen syndrome by proxy' stinks of misogyny
Netflix's 'The Politician' is the latest show to explore the rare mental health condition
30 years later, this film remains a powerful portrait of black queer love
Against a backdrop of AIDS crisis fear-mongering, ‘Tongues Untied’ explored intimacy, love and desire as the behaviours which governed black gay men's lives.
how do we make sure diversity isn’t just a trend?
We investigate the issues raised in the wake of the Business of Fashion-Kerby Jean-Raymond scandal.
when your body is treated by men as if it's a house to be lived in
Read an extract from 'Soft Fruit in the Sun' by Oliver Zarandi, a new anthology best described as 'tender body-horror'.