As part of Vada’s Out at Work series, we meet the poker-playing journalist, Will Shillibier. He has been able to combine his passion for playing cards with international reporting.
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.
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.
As part of Vada’s Out at Work series, we share Alexis Bushnell’s path to helping others use social media, through offering ethical social media guidance for neurodivergent business owners.
As part of Vada’s Out at Work series, we meet Neil Sharp from Red Bull. He shares his career path in the retail industry, how he landed his current role, and advice for fellow LGBTQ+ people hoping to come out at work.
As part of Vada’s Out at Work series, we meet content manager, Sam Mehmet. He shares his career path to date, LGBTQ+ inclusion in the workplace, and the challenges of starting at a new company during a pandemic.
A gentle coming of age drama steeped in early 00s nostalgia, Yes, God, Yes deals with progressive ideals in a trite but comfortable fashion.
Steph Talliss-Foster, Director of Student Affairs at Birmingham City University, shares her views on National Coming Out Day, and explains how straight people can make it easier for their LGBT peers.
Philadelphia’s Outfest gears up for another year of history, street parties and charitable fundraising.
ChildLine’s video ‘Coming Out Is A Journey’ is part of a series that educates young people about LGBT lives.