Callum Scott reacts against James Wharton’s call for an end to gay saunas, writing on the absolute necessity of free sexual expression.
Callum Scott discusses CBB winner Jim Davidson, and his unblemished record on social justice. (May contain sarcasm).
Callum Scott on the societal misogyny and internalised sexism that has seen ‘cunt’ evolve into the most offensive swear word.
Callum Scott looks at Channel 4’s Sex Box, in which couples have sex in a box…
Sherlock Holmes obsessee Callum Scott anticipates the third series of Sherlock and looks at the detective’s many incarnations throughout history.
Callum Scott on gay men and innuendo in comedy, reflecting on the place of the double entendre. Empowering or reductive?
Callum Scott reviews Black Sabbath’s “reunion album” 13, a return to the heavy metal riffs and howls that made the band iconic.
Callum Scott looks at the modern face of live comedy and the irony umbrella that allows racist, sexist, classist and transphobic jokes to be acceptable.
Callum Scott explores the world of TV cookery and presents the case for The Hairy Bikers to take the crown as top TV chefs.
Callum Scott writes in defence of Grindr, its often ridiculed users, and for a culture of sexual acceptance over one of slut shaming.