All posts tagged LGBTQ+


Born this Gay – Mental health in the LGBTQ+ community

I remember when I was about 13, my parents gave me a little book about all things puberty, from getting hairier down under, to the more puzzling aspects, including sexuality. […]

In the beginning

When I first heard of feminism, I thought it was about a group of aggressive, man hating women who thought that women were superior to men. Of course, I was […]


So, About Your Sexuality…?

Since being forced to leave my warm cosy closet of homosexuality after being bullied in school, I haven’t really had much negativity since then. The world has evidently changed since […]

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Why Trump’s Victory Is Not a Shock.

“I didn’t actually think he would win”, “I’m so surprised Trump won”, “I’m in shock”. I’m not being cynical but why do people say these things? Are you surprised that […]

Hillary Clinton: New Beginnings

This is the fifth and final article in a five-part series – MATRIARCHS – in which Arts Editor Connor Gotto explores some of the forgotten women from across the arts; […]


Generation Label

I think we are the first generation to have a real discourse and set of vocabulary to help us understand, come to terms with, and define our sexuality. No longer are we trying to […]

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A Queer Reflection on Orlando

In light of the horrific events from last weekend, I was originally planning to write a piece critiquing the media and politicians response to it. I was going to decry […]


This Week’s Need To Know

On the 12th June, 2016, a mass shooting took place inside gay nightclub Pulse in Orlando, Florida, United States. 53 people were wounded, and 49 were murdered (50, including the […]

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Important People Who Queered History

Following the horrific events that have occurred this week in Orlando, rather than dwell on tragedy and give more coverage to homophobia I have decided to highlight some of the incredible LGBTQA+ people who have changed this world for the better. This week we lost 49 people, any of who could have had the potential to have queered and changed the world and history for the better.