Miles Oliver takes a closer look at the impact of Roe v. Wade and what it means for the whole of humanity – including LGBT+ people.
A Manchester-based graphic designer has launched a collection of Pride phone cases to raise funds for a charity supporting LGBTQ+ young people facing homelessness.
Glen Scott sits down with Vada Magazine to tell us about how he went from being made redundant to launching a successful fashion label, DEN Loungewear.
Alexis Gregory sits down with Vada Magazine as he tours the UK with his solo show, Riot Act. He tells us about why it’s important for audiences today to know about their history and the pivotal moment we find ourselves when it comes to queer storytelling.
Speak Out Sister is a new group formed to represent trans-inclusive feminism and challenge the disproportionate media coverage given to the small minority of transphobes who claim to be feminists.
‘Transphobia is a strong predictor of lesbophobia, biphobia and homophobia,’ say researchers at Opinium.
Author Justin Myers returns with his third novel, and sits down with Vada Magazine to talk about being in the closet, class, and working with Adam Kay.
John Preston shares his seven best new tracks of the week – with Rose Gray, Desire, Ethel Cain, Leikeli47, The Smile, Mallrat and Shygirl.
Laura Kay sits down with Vada Magazine to discuss the importance of queer representation in fiction, her writing process, and the impact of shame, ahead of the publication of her second novel, Tell Me Everything.
Laura Kay features on the cover of Vada Magazine’s spring cover.