Callum Scott looks at the comedian’s relationship with the internet, Twitter and Sickipedia.
Will Holmes leads a one man crusade against voter apathy as he argues why politics truly does matter.
Daniel Browne wonders why gay men share a certain affinity with strong female characters and reflects on diva worship… One for the trekkies!
Conor Collins looks at the bizarre world of Kim Jong Il and a few facts you might not have known: Godzilla, 4 inch heels, golfing pro, inventor of the hamburger…
Lewis Shepherd looks at the recent denial of a double hotel room to a gay couple as a possible indicator of a subversive homophobia still to be overcome.
Will Holmes remarks on the 21st Century sickness of commuting and the skewed anti-social world we seem to foster around us.
As LGBT History Month draws to a close, Robin Wells reflects on the movement and counters voices calling for ‘straight pride’.
Philip Ellis looks at the evolving face of queerness in pop-culture and the media and explores the new generation of representation.
Lewis Shepherd looks at Robbie Rogers recent coming out and swift retirement from football and what it means for the wider picture.
Conor Collins looks at the position of the Pope in the modern world and asks whether he’s still relevant.