Jay Gallagher on the death of Fred Phelps and why one man’s hate should not be appeased in death.
Vada’s Agony Aunt, Asifa Lahore, takes on this week’s reader’s woes: LGBT Islam, the GF’s ex and marriage trouble.
Stuart Forward reviews Dr Christian Jensen’s intensely problematic ‘Undercover Doctor: Cure Me, I’m Gay’.
Carl Eden takes a look at how queer characters and films are defined and represented in the mainstream cinematic landscape.
Help change the world by signing Vada’s change.org petition to bring RuPaul’s Drag Race back to UK screens.
We share Dismus K.A.’s first-hand story of LGBTQ life and homophobia in Uganda, and how he was outed in the national press.
Vada’s Agony Aunt, Asifa Lahore, takes on this week’s Agony: HIV, Friends at War & Mum on the Scene.
Callum Scott reacts against James Wharton’s call for an end to gay saunas, writing on the absolute necessity of free sexual expression.
Raks Patel previews the BFI London LGBT Film Festival, expanded and rebranded this year with a new identity – BFI Flare.
Michael Prescott takes an in-depth look at the nine nominees up for Best Picture at Sunday’s Oscars.