Joe W Wilson looks back at the LGBT movement’s early days and the pride that drove 700 people to change the nation.
Lisa Harrison reviews Ash by Malinda Lo, a subtle, happily-ever-after genre story that just happens to be between two women.
Jasmine Andersson looks at the press coverage surrounding the Duchess of Cambridge and the muted femininity they present.
Callum Scott responds to a heckler of his gay material by exploring this new face of homophobia. Shove it down people’s throats. It’s equality.
Charlie Sarson makes the case for the word queer – with all of its glorious connotations.
Flora Renz brings you a glorious mix of chocolate and carbs with her ever so easy, ever so indulgent, Millionaire’s Shortbread.
Daniel Browne writes of the tendency to use Queer in place of gay, a reclamation too far in his eyes.
William Connolly provides insight into the excitement and backstage preparations for when Acorn Antiques comes to Sheffield next week.
Miki Bryant writes about his love of MasterChef and the new series. You have to love that buttery biscuit base.
Stuart Forward looks at Benjamin Zephaniah and Lemn Sissay in conversation and anticipates West Yorkshire Playhouse’s production Refugee Boy.