Adam Lowe tells us that it’s fine to boycott vodka out of solidarity with the plight of LGBT in Russia, but maybe we should boycott rum and ouzo too.
David Dey looks at the invention of the internet and how we took something majestic and used it to expose how silly and insufferable we all are.
Shane Germaney brings you his top 5 tunes for the weekend to get your evenings moving. Ray Foxx, Brookes Brothers The 1975, Tich & Azealia Banks.
Laura Kelly reviews French hit, The Returned, in anticipation of the series finale this Sunday. Send your theories her way.
Mitch Cole looks at Lauren Aquilina’s second EP sinner, and chats to the singer, talking new music, life changing decisions, sexuality, and the future.
Raks Patel looks at the passage of The Alan Turing (Statutory Pardon) Bill through Parliament and the need to commemorate Alan Turing’s life and achievements.
Daniel Wren reflects on Lady Gaga’s come back and the individuality she is known for, an individuality we seem to be losing in our hashtag culture. #sass
Raks Patel reviews Call Me Kuchu, a film tracing LGBT rights in Uganda and the country’s problematic and often violent relationship with LGBT.
Daniel Wren on why he hates being classed as a twink in the gay community, and the unreal expectations that come with the tag.
Christos Dallas on his experience of growing up gay in South Africa and looks at how the Rainbow nation’s history of Apartheid influences attitudes today.