Stranger Things just got queerer

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An ode to Stranger Things 3’s unofficial misfit-turned-heartthrob, Robin Buckley BY YAIZA CANOPOLI Intelligent, multi-lingual, funny – and she even looks great in a sailor uniform – Robin Buckley is everything we could have possibly wished for as the new (queer) addition to Netflix’s Stranger Things 3.  Her wonderfully snarky attitude towards Steve Harrington (see [….]

OPINION: Yes, I’m bisexual. No, I will not have a threesome with you

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“They seem to assume that we have a WhatsApp group of other bisexual women who are thirsty for some action. We don’t” BY ABIGOLIAH SCHAMAUN I’ve been with my boyfriend for close to five years now. And being out of the dating scene has some advantages, as we all know. I don’t have to wade [….]

THEATRE: “Impactful, intimate and original” Willow comes to The Bunker, London

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Director Krysianna Papadakis on the continued importance of queer representation in theatre INTERVIEW BY JENNIFER CERYS As Lemon House Theatre prepares to bring new “queer post-break up” play, Willow to The Bunker Theatre, London, we caught up with Willow director, Krysianna Papadakis… JENNIFER CERYS: First off, describe Willow in three words? KRYSIANNA PAPADAKIS: Impactful, intimate, original. As director, [….]

OPINION: Amplify the voices of women with HIV

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HIV positive women deserve equal access to prevention, treatment, support and care around HIV, says activist Philip Baldwin BY PHILIP BALDWIN When discussing issues around HIV, women’s voices have often been ignored and have rarely been heard alongside those of gay and bi men. This is particularly true for lesbians, bi, pan, trans and queer [….]

REVIEW: k.d. lang at Hammersmith Apollo

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“As long as k.d. keeps parading her talents for the world to see, we butches have a role model” BY LINDA RILEY Since k.d. lang first burst on to the international scene after performing at the winter Olympics closing ceremony in 1988, the Canadian singer-songwriter has held a special place in the hearts of lez/bi [….]