Introducing: Roya


Barry Quinn introduces you to Roya, an up-and-coming artist who is sure to be BIG.

Top 5 Scary TV Shows


Maisie Barker looks, armed with a blanket, at the scariest television shows ever to grace our screens.

Auntie Vada needs you!


As Vada grows, Editor-in-Chief Scott McMullon is looking for new blood. Writers, editors and reviewers welcome.

12 irritating things lesbians do on social media


Sophia Carter takes us through her top 12 most irritating things Lesbians do on social media.

Cocktail recipe: CÎROC Coconut Frost


This zesty cocktail is the perfect addition to any Bonfire Night party.

Tricki Roderick: the face of #GiveItTheV – Interview


Alex speaks to poster boy Tricki Roderick about the #GiveItTheV campaign to end HIV stigma.



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    Faux Q, Manchester – Preview

    Faux Q launches in Manchester next month. Here’s the lowdown.

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    Billy Lloyd: Flying the flag outside the Kremlin

    Genderqueer pop sensation Billy Lloyd talks flying the rainbow flag in Russia.

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    DHC Pore Series – Review

    Craig Lomas takes a look over the amazing pore series by skincare brand DHC.

    Here’s our thank you to all those wonder-mums who support their queer kids no matter what.

    Maisie Barker attends the launch of the NAT’s Red Ribbon campaign at the Groucho Club in Soho.

    The penultimate episode of Glue reveals the killer, but TV Editor Barry Quinn thinks it’s all a ruse.

    Another rock band documentary and Taylor Swift becomes NYC’s tourism ambassador in this week’s Music News Roundup.

    As the final characters are introduced, American Horror Story: Freak Show throws yet more chaos into the pot. Mark Rocks reviews.

    Rebecca Swarray checks out Maxine Peake in this queer version of Hamlet.

    James Patrick Carraghan reports on a movement to name a US naval ship the ‘USS Harvey Milk.’

    US army discriminates against transgender employee.

    TV Editor Barry Quinn journeys to an unfamiliar London as he reviews Doctor Who’s In The Forest Of The Night, a beautiful tale light on threat.