Coming of age, in a time of fear
The cocksure narrator of Steven Alcock’s first novel, Blood Relatives, is Rick, a gay teenager growing up in Leeds - a city on edge because a serial killer the press have dubb...
Sweeping aside the clichés of mainstream gay publications is Butt, a magazine launched in 2001 to much acclaim. Now the best of those back issues, from the first issue to the ...
Important Vagina Wolf news
And that news in full: Who’s Afraid of Vagina Wolf is now out on DVD. Fancy that.
Simply Divine, darling
I Am Divine is a film that tells the story of one of the underground’s biggest stars - and it’s just been released on DVD. Hooray.
Scenes of a graphic nature
There are plenty of scenes of a graphic nature in the original book of the award-winning film Blue Is The Warmest Colour (mainly because it’s a comic book i.e. there are loads...
Out In The Dark. Now out.
Just released on DVD is the award-winning film Out In The Dark which made its debut at the BFI London Lesbian Gay Festival earlier this year and was garlanded with all kinds o...
Right to bi scheme
Hey bisexuals! Sick of being yawn-inducingly labelled as “greedy” or “traitorous”? A new book “Bi: Notes for a Bisexual Revolution” might be right up your street.
Are you thinking about having a family…?
LGBT Fostering and Adoption Week is in March so this seems a good a time as any to tell you about the Durham County Council Adoption and Fostering Service.
Reporting homophobic incidents For many Christmas is a time of fun and nights out, but it is also a time when crime and homophobic incidents increase.
In a New York state of mind
Featuring very nearly an actual blow-job, Tuck It Away, is an ebook describing Newcastle lad Noddy Taylor’s jaunt to New York City, a trip he embarked on not long after emergi...
Get your throng on for Pride Café
Judging by the amount of people sampling the delights of the recently opened Pride Café in this pic, it looks like it’s something of a hit.
I got my Pride…
This month Gareth Longstaff wonders about just how queer we all are and if a bit of tension from within our own culture is a good thing…